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What are the pros and cons of clinical hypnosis?

May 9, 2010 by relax  
Filed under Hypnosis Questions & Answers

I’m looking into it, by suggestion from my therapist. But I have doubts. I know it doesn’t seem like the same as regular hypnosis – but anyone with first hand experience – is it unpleasant?

How important is it to “know” or have talked a great deal with the therapist who’s doing the hypnosis?

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2 Responses to “What are the pros and cons of clinical hypnosis?”
  1. robertminidriver says:

    To me, clinical hypnosis provides an indirect channel into a free discussion and release of emotions, especially ones which have been consciously suppressed or unconsciously repressed.

    But, I am personally convinced that therapy which is administered while the client is in his most conscious state is the better option.

  2. Tony T says:

    There is absolutely no scientific evidence that hypnosis even exists. It is a myth that is common in the public but dismissed by any psychologist with any credibility. If I were you I would look for another therapist, preferably a clinical psychologist,because the therapist who suggest hypnosis is a quack!!!

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