Within my research and writing for a new course being offered at my college next year all about the neuroscience of psychotherapy, I came across some cool facts about the brain that formed an article on my personal blog last week. (You can read it here)
There were two specific areas that seemed to capture people’s interest the most and created the most discussion and I thought I’d record a short video about them…. In particular they were very relevant to hypnotherapy and hypnotherapists.
In this video I firstly explain about the brain not feeling pain (and how we therefore get headaches). I then go on to talk about superior pattern processing (SPP) and how learning to harness it can be so beneficial to anyone and everyone.
Let me know if you have any questions or queries and if you’d like to discuss it, come post a question in my college’s Facebook group.
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