Are Often the Best Subjects for Hypnotherapy
can benefit from hypnotherapy in more ways than you
might imagine. The research and clinical literature
on hypnosis with children suggests that they are good
hypnotic subjects and typically more easily hypnotizable
than an adult. Children generally have very active
fantasy lives, which will enable easy access to the
imagination, making change work possible.
can help to eliminate habits such as:
today’s practice, an overwhelming number of
case histories are of adults who seek help understanding
childhood memories. It is really amazing how much
damage can be done by a well-meaning, but misunderstood
remark especially when it comes from a trusted source
like a parent or a teacher.
all have individual personalities, just as adults
do. They each respond to comments by authority figures
in their own way. For instance, a parent might see
a poor report card and try to use reverse psychology
to motivate the child. The parent might say something
like: "I can't believe any kid of mine is this
dumb." If the child has enough self-confidence,
it might provoke him into trying harder; but if the
child is insecure, a statement like that could make
him believe that he really is dumb, or worse, that
his father or mother doesn't love him.
can also benefit from hypnotherapy. It can be effective
in improving concentration, memory and learning ability.
Hypnotherapy is a wonderful tool for redirecting energy
and negativity. It can also be helpful in dealing
with behavior problems such as peer pressure, anger,
delinquency and drug addiction. With teenagers, however,
motivation plays a much larger roll. It is essential
that they understand and want the change.
can help children to understand what was really meant,
and prevent the misunderstanding from becoming an
emotional scar that would limit their personal growth
or performance throughout their life.