George Pegios identifies our behavior patterns in different situations and helps us to improve in them, thus improving our quality of emotional, family or health life.
Clinical Hypnosis is an effective way to combat suggestions, programs or operations that have been automated, and which, therefore, the patient cannot control of his own free will.
We could talk about a very wide range of applications of Clinical Hypnosis. In both medicine and psychology, there can be different therapeutic uses, although the most common areas of hypnotherapy are pain, anxiety, psychophysiological disorders, and also smoking or obesity.
It should be noted that when used it is usually part of a treatment package in which it is combined with other procedures. On the other hand, hypnosis is not a panacea, but it is a very useful technique with its logical limitations.
Sometimes patients come to the office looking for a magic cure for their disorder, but although the mechanisms involved in hypnosis are powerful, the changes that take place take time.
In general, hypnosis is not a dangerous technique, but it must be in the hands of appropriately trained specialists in Psychology and health professionals. Unfortunately, there is a lot of intrusion in this field.
The Clinical Hypnosis session can last between 1 h. and 1:30 h. Possibly half the time is spent talking and the rest of the session is used for hypnosis. At this time, the patient will go through four distinct phases:
* Induction (start of hypnosis)
* Deepening (brings the patient to the level required for therapeutic changes)
* Therapeutic suggestions (we try to restructure the problem)
* Dehypnotization (redirect the subject)
Typically the patient takes home a series of therapeutic tasks, including listening to recorded audios in the office.
George Pegios - Sometimes hypnosis can be used as a method of exploration or diagnosis.