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Live Webinar Course: Introduction to Hypnotherapy

What can I actually imagine under hypnosis or hypnotherapy?

“Hypnosis helps even when everything else fails!” James Braid, Doctor People have always been fascinated by hypnosis. What was known by the pharaohs as "healing sleep" became famous as a show number and developed more and more into professional clinical hypnosis. For several decades it has found its way into psychotherapy and medicine. And for a good reason:

Hypnosis helps people cope with psychological, emotional, and sometimes physical problems. Because we all have both a conscious mind and a subconscious mind.

Consciousness, or “conscious thinking”, includes everything you are concentrating on right now - reading this text, for example. The subconscious, on the other hand, is the part of you that focuses on all the rest of the things. These are physical processes such as breathing, maintaining balance, feelings such as fear or joy, skills such as running, cycling or swimming and of course all habits.

During hypnosis, you enter a relaxed state of consciousness. This enables a stronger contact with the subconscious. There changes and healing processes can be stimulated, which quickly show their effects. It is not necessary to "give up control", nor does the therapist gain "control" over the hypnotized person during hypnosis.

Scientifically proven
The hypnosis / hypnotherapy was recognized on March 27, 2006 by the "Scientific Advisory Board for Psychotherapy". The strong effect on a wide variety of problems has been demonstrated in many different studies. Even today, hypnosis can be measured in a brain scan and its effectiveness is well known.

What is hypnosis

Your hostess of the course, Sabine Luitjens (formerly Behlau) explains on TV what hypnosis actually is