Written by: Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, NCC
There are many ways in which a therapist might try to help a Client. The approach might vary according to the Client’s presenting problem or issue, a Client’s specific goal, or the therapist’s training. Among other things, I was trained as a Clinical Hypnotist, a therapist who uses hypnosis to facilitate change for her Client. Extensive research on Clinical Hypnosis points to its efficacy in helping with sports or artistic performance, weight loss, weakening addictions including smoking, stress management, the reduction of anxiety and depression, and other things.