Years ago one of my hypnotherapy students with claustrophobia was facing an MRI, and asked to experience regression in the classroom. His initial sensitizing event was also the activating event...and after successfully releasing his emotional attachment to the core cause, he reported a comfortable and successful MRI three weeks later.
I have known professionals of both genders who have an office in home. In my opinion it is more acceptable when you have a separate outside entrance and bathroom. There are advantages and disadvantages, because some people prefer to go to a business location rather than a residence.
Did your client lose a friend or relative in the shooting?
If a client sees me regarding a problem that was contributed to by loss of a loved one within the past two years, I suggest counseling. However, in a few cases, I have worked with someone for a recent loss when done so in collaboration with grief therapy.
If it is PTSD simply from being at such a horrible scene, then any of the techniques mentioned in this discussion may provide some help. Also note that Dr. Bruce Eimer wrote an entire chapter on PTSD in our book on regression therapy. In addition, if you google PTSD you will get over 25 million results.
My latest book is about spiritual hypnosis, and next week I am teaching a two-day workshop in Portugal regarding how to facilitate spiritual hypnosis.
I have an induction video available on my website that was recorded in Iceland in 2013. Contact me privately and you can include some of them provided you give proper credit.
This post reminds me of meeting Henriette Klauser, PhD, the author of WRITING ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BRAIN (1987). Combined with my hypnotherapy training and self-hypnosis, the concept of using both sides of the brain has helped me with writing my books.
Before writing a chapter or chapter section, I choose the objective or message for said chapter, and then enter a light state of hypnosis before writing...and then start typing on my keyboard WITHOUT editing typos or grammar errors until finishing either the chapter section or entire chapter. After a short break, then I go back and edit for grammar, typos, etc.
This has worked for me for all the titles published with my name as author.
PS: Thank you, Dr. Klauser, for the amazing tips!
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