Hypnotherapy:
What is it?

Hypnotherapy:
How is it Used?


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Hypnotherapy Side Effects and Warnings

Side Effects and Warnings

#Safety Issues

In the hands of a competent practitioner, hypnotherapy should present no more risks than any other form of psychotherapy. These risks might include worsening of the original problem and temporary fluctuations in mood.

Contrary to various works of fiction, hypnosis does not give the hypnotist absolute power over his subject. However, as with all forms of psychotherapy, the hypnotherapist does gain some power over the client through the client’s trust; an unethical therapist can abuse this.

References

  1. Alladin, A., Alibhai, A. (2007). Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Depression: an empirical investigation.t J Clin Exp Hypnosis (55) 147-166.How does it work?
  2. Alladin, A. & Heap, M. (1991). Hypnosis and Depression. M Heap, W Dryden (eds) Hypnotherapy: A Handbook. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 49-67.

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