The short answer to the question in the title is that I believe it is, yes. In this video I give my full rationale for saying this.
This video came about as a result of a question asked in my college Facebook group (the full question and discussion starter is shared in this video) and I give my reply to the question in the discussion – the question was asking if it is ethical to see our hypnotherapy clients for a certain number of sessions, and what happens if the client pays for that, and then gets better sooner. It makes for a stimulating debate and I hope you enjoy this video and the answer I give – I think it offers some very useful advice for therapists in terms of making greater therapeutic gains for clients, and also for advancing the way hypnotherapists run their businesses in a more commercially viable way.
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Likewise, if you’d like to learn more about self-hypnosis, understand the evidence based principles of it from a scientific perspective and learn how to apply it to many areas of your life while having fun and in a safe environment and have the opportunity to test everything you learn, then come and join me for my one day seminar which does all that and more, have a read here: The Science of Self-Hypnosis Seminar. Alternatively, go grab a copy of my Science of self-hypnosis book.