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What is the difference between a Hypnotherpist and a therapist?

December 13, 2012 by relax  
Filed under Hypnosis Questions & Answers

Question by AquaGuy: What is the difference between a Hypnotherpist and a therapist?
I mean, I get that a Hypnotherapist uses hypnosis, but, can you go to a Hypnotherapist to just talk to them, like a ‘normal’ therapist?
Does that make sense?

Thank you
AquaGuy

Best answer:

Answer by Anna Farlane
A hypnotherapist solely uses hypnosis to treat patients, such as overcoming addiction or phobias.
Just because it has the word ‘therapist’ in the title doesn’t mean its the same thing, for example a physiotherapist treats injuries or disabilities, but you wouldn’t sit and talk to them.

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One Response to “What is the difference between a Hypnotherpist and a therapist?”
  1. Shelley says:

    Anna is correct. ‘Therapy’ just means ‘treatment’.
    Even in psychotherapy there are different forms or styles, ie. cognitive therapy; behavioural therapy and psychanalysis.
    You might have occasion to see a physiotherapist or a radiotherapist, but you wouldn’t go just to talk to them. When you see a therapist they will expect to treat you according to their practice.

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