In this never before seen video interview, Gil share his views about the regulation of the hypnotherapy profession.
Usually, hypnotic questioning serves to elicit the information more readily than can be done in the waking state, but the entire process depends on the development of a good client-therapist relationship rather than upon hypnotic technique and the hypnosis is essentially a means by which the client can give the information in a comfortable manner…. [Read More]
Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy combining trance induction of hypnosis with individualized techniques of counselling secured by each Hypnotherapist uniquely. Therefore, Hypnotherapy cannot be confined within a detailed description. Every Hypnotherapist has specialized tools, techniques and background specifically directed to the counselling field. Hypnotherapy encompasses a holistic approach to health and healing and the… [Read More]
Hypnotherapy is not taught in universities. In fact, most professors in universities still deny that there is a vocational title of “hypnotherapist.” They still say that hypnotherapy is only a ‘tool’ that licensed mental health therapists use as one of many “techniques”.
I describe the study of hypnotherapy a ‘mystic art’. Let me illustrate: Millions of people take piano lessons and a percentage of them learn to play well enough to entertain their family and friends. An even smaller percentage learn to play well enough to earn income at weddings or at an elegant restaurant. A smaller… [Read More]