Questions about therapy

Hypnosis is a focused state of mind entered into voluntarily, not unlike being deeply absorbed in a book or a TV programme. If you’ve ever driven home on a familiar route, only to realise, with a jolt possibly, that you cannot remember having actually done it? You were driving ‘automatically’ in a kind of a trance, without thinking about it…

Nearly. Some people with very low intelligence (very), and some kinds of epileptics (due to the nature of their brains’ electrical activity) don’t seem to respond to hypnotism. Some highly intelligent, highly analytical individuals can seem, initially at least, unwilling or unable to engage, but usually succeed with practice, and with the reassuring understanding that quickly develops, that to be…

As indicated in the last answer, hypnosis is a collaboration between the therapist and the client, and the client can withdraw their co-operation at any time, open their eyes and walk away. The reason they don’t, of course, is because the hypnotic state is an enjoyably relaxing experience, and the therapist is saying some very helpful things, that in time…

No, your secrets are safe with you! Your verbal input is required only to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’, in only the most limited of circumstances, and more than that is simply not needed, and you will not offer.  As should be becoming obvious by this point, it simply isn’t possible for you to do something that you wouldn’t want to…

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