New practice

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By Glenna    

Glenna
Glenna
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Feb 28th, 2019 10:33
New practice

Hi
I am re starting my hypnotherapy practice after not working in the field for a number of years. Can anyone recommend any books for refreshing my skills?

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Anna Fellowes
Anna Fellowes
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Mar 01st, 2019 01:50
Re: New practice

Rory Z Fulcher's - B eginners Guide to Hypnotherapy - comprehsive guide not just for beginners.- very informative = good luck Anna

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Glenna Debosco
Glenna Debosco
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Mar 05th, 2019 08:34
Re: New practice

Thank you Anna

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Vashti
Vashti
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Mar 14th, 2019 06:58
Re: New practice

The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis (Les Brann:Jacky Owens and Anne Williamson) was very helpful.
My favourite was Hartlands, Medical and Dental Hypnosis by (David Waxman)
I am a nurse by trade and most of my clients do have a medical condition but this book is not only medically focused. I found it vital being a clinical hypnotherapy student and not a nurse!

Good Luck

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Den Clare
Den Clare
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Mar 14th, 2019 09:14
Re: New practice

Hi! Medical and Dental as mentioned is excellent, my copy dates back to 1966

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Den Clare
Den Clare
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Mar 14th, 2019 09:22
Re: New practice

as I was saying an excellent, easily readable text book and a mine of information. Over the years I have found Hypnotism today by Le Cron and Bordeaux, very useful, along with Dave Elman's Hypnotherapy, a classic we used when I studied with Gil Boyne in California, again some while ago. Can't go without mentioning Kroger's Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis another font of wisdom. There are so many but any thing by Charles Tebbetts is good and the wonderful Ormand McGill who I did a fire walk with in the States, too many years ago to mention!! Happy reading and enjoy a lifetime of helping others with this amazing science, or whatever you wish to name it! Warm wishes Den https://www.uk-hypnotherapy.com

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