“A goal without a date just a dream” Milton H. Erickson
What is ericksonian hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a therapeutic technique where the therapist brings the person into a modified state of consciousness in order to restore a better communication between his conscious and subconscious. In ericksonian hypnosis, we assume that each person has all the resources in him to find the solutions that suit him, and the therapist’s job is to make them emerge through the hypnotic process.
This approach will allow you to:
- Imagine your ideal future and clarify your resources to achieve it
- Restore better communication between your conscious and subconscious
- Develop your creativity, new skills, and bring out the best in yourself
Ericksonian hypnosis is useful in the following areas:
- Change support (professional, personal, relational)
- Weight management, weight loss
- Behavioural changes: smoking cessation, nail biting, bedtime urination
- Pain management/reduction (chronic pain, fibromyalgia, polyarthritis, etc.)
- Functional digestive disorders
- Mental preparation and performance optimization for athletes
- Improving self-confidence
- Grief, loss
- Creativity development, brainstorming, problem solving, decision making
- Reframing disruptive nightmares
- Conflict Management
- Stress Management
- Emotional management
Anyone seeking to increase their well-being by developing new skills and habits, finding their professional path and improving their interpersonal relationships.
Who is not the target of Ericksonian hypnosis?
- Persons with proven psychopathology who require full psychotherapeutic treatment.
- Persons in life-threatening situations