The course of treatment

The course of treatment

In a direct and interactive dialogue with each patient, I offer support in determining individually-tailored objectives. These are solution-oriented, specifically worked out with the patients and directly experienceable.
By working hypnotherapuetically with the subconscious, I do not give directive solutions or guidelines but rather foster access to forgotten, progressive, and personal resources through specific feedback.

Coaching is effective, goal-oriented, and often temporary (limited to a few sessions). Extra-occupational, it can nontheless be applied over a longer term. Depending on the individual or group, sessions average out to about 2–5 appointments.

Appointments usually last 90 minutes as individual conversations, or, if desired, in a different time slot or in small groups. Work in groups is especially effective for team-building and improvement of relationships in the professional field. The appointments will be adapted to your individual needs and after a first interview.

The union of coaching and therapeutic work with transactional hypnosis must be strictly differentiated from the rarely respected show- and stage-hypnosis. Hypnosis should not be misunderstood as a “miracle method“ by means of which the therapist reprograms the psyche by eliminating consciousness, or induces somebody to do something they would not do under normal circumstances. It is possible to willingly interrupt hypnosis or trance at any time.

After the exploration of your personal goals and resources, you will be guided into a physical and mental state of relaxation (trance) which you will find to be pleasant (it is comparable to one’s state immediately before falling asleep).

Body and soul will increasingly come to rest, respiration will become steadier and slower, heart rate and blood pressure will drop. Other physiological changes include reductions in muscle tension and stress hormone levels, as well as steady, measurable changes in blood count.
Hypnosis is therefore a pleasant state. Many patients experience it as a time of active relaxation during which the consciousness can refrain from the exhausting thought processes associated with a hectic daily life, while the subconscious takes over. Inner composure, security, and strength step into the center of experience.

In order to work with the subconscious, a light trance will suffice.
Your daily consciousness is limited in this changed state of perception, and you will be receptive to inner images, symbols, and suggestions. Directed attention is the goal; it can be effectively and individually reinforced by diverse hypnotherapeutic instructions and inductions.
Within this goal-oriented state of relaxation, the conception and establishment of new, step-by-step solutions and personal strategies can be managed successfully. This can be directly experienced and tried out by the patient during trance and permanently applied to daily life.
The basis of the coaching process is a treatment contract in which duration, goals, and fees will be mutually agreed upon.
The therapist’s confidentiality, as well as the patient’s voluntariness and sense of personal responsibility, are conditions which must be met for successful treatment.

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