Principles of Hypnotherapy: What it is, how it works, and what it can do for you Revised Edition
This introductory guide gives a definitive introduction to hypnotherapy. It explains what hypnotherapy is, how it works, what its origins are, what to expect when you go for a treatment and how to find a reputable hypnotherapist. It also looks in detail at how hypnotherapy can be used to address difficult memories and help with mental and emotional trauma, anxiety, depression, phobias and confidence problems, and unwanted habits such as smoking. This comprehensive introduction will provide guidance for everyone interested in learning about hypnotherapy and its benefits, as well as students, life coaches and counsellors.
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