Learn Hypnotic Pain Control step-by-step. Learn how to adjust your induction and delivery style to promote success in every session you conduct. Observe your reputation grow and the referrals flow. Sign up for an upcoming Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner Course. Here is a snippet of a live demo at my Pain Control Hypnosis Course at Hypnothoughts Live 2018 last year.
If you, as a professional hypnotherapist, are not trained in using hypnosis to create effective pain relief, you are missing out on helping a lot of people.
Plus, you are losing additional income that you can earn when you build a Pain Control Hypnosis niche in your hypnotherapy practice. So, stop waiting. Get trained to offer hypnosis for pain relief. Attend one of my Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner courses this year. You will learn:
- Why Pain Management is still so inadequate in 2019.
- The principles of Pain Psychology.
- How to become a valuable member of the pain patient’s medical team.
- Ten challenges people with chronic pain face that the hypnotherapist can help them with.
- The most important differences between acute and chronic pain.
- When people with Acute Pain see a hypnotist.
- Why people with Chronic Pain will go to a hypnotist.
- How to get physicians to refer their pain patients to you for hypnotic pain control.
- The six most important ways a hypnotherapist can help someone with acute pain.
- The six most important ways a hypnotherapist can help someone with chronic pain.
- Eimer’s Eight-Step Pain Control Hypnosis Protocol.
- How to integrate Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, and Hypnosis.
- How to teach the client to bust through “pain panic”.
- And much more…
If you want to see immediate results in your work as a hypnotherapist, learn how to do pain control hypnosis. Take my hands-on Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner workshop, and after two days, you will be hypnotizing people out of pain. Watch the accompanying pain clinic video to observe some of what you will learn.
This is an excerpt from a pain control hypnosis pre-talk at the hospital pain clinic. You will learn how to do this at my Pain Control Hypnotherapy Practitioner Workshop.
The first 6-minute video filmed in the client’s backyard, demonstrates some rapid pain relief techniques you will learn if you attend my Pain Control Hypnotherapy Practitioner Course. You will take this home and use it in your successful hypnotherapy practice to help more people. In the second 1-minute video, the gentleman shares how much better he feels.
Watch this video and learn how to do it at one of my 2-day Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner Courses.
Learn in the comfort of your home. When you purchase the Hypnosis for Pain Control Course & Video Bundle or the Video Only lectures, you will also get access to a 38-minute video. In this video Dr. Eimer will be hypnotizing a patient with the Dave Elman Induction for pain control.
Dr. Eimer talks to a patient about how to get the pep to get herself out of bed and get herself moving in the morning.
Living with chronic pain that won’t go away is a heavy burden. This burden of pain makes life more stressful than it already is. Our Taming Pain Program is a drug-free approach designed to ease this burden by providing you with the tools to find the pain relief you have been yearning for.
No one can ever know your pain as well as you know it. Therefore, the keys to healing your chronic pain problem lie within you. The challenge is finding these keys. Therefore, when everything that can be done and should be done has been done medically, you must search for pain relief within yourself. That’s where our Taming Chronic Pain program comes in. Our program can help you find the answers within yourself so that you can get lasting pain relief.
Taming Chronic Pain is based on simple common-sense principles. These principles are grounded in the science of psychology, the practice of mindfulness meditation, the art of hypnosis, our years of experience treating patients with chronic pain, and our own experiences of living with chronic pain.
So, what does it mean to tame your pain? It means to establish ties and to stop fighting your pain. The fact is that you are tied to your pain and to your body whether you like it or not. Your pain is in your body. You live in your body with your pain. But you make sense of your experience in the world with your brain. So, the strain of the pain in your body is felt mainly in your brain where pain signals and sensations are interpreted. Because of this mind-body connection, your persistent pain is physical, mental and emotional. Taming Chronic Pain addresses all three factors.
To learn how our Taming Chronic Pain program can help you get lasting pain relief and for a free chapter from our forthcoming book, Taming Chronic Pain: Get Pain Relief with Mindfulness and Compassionate Self-Awareness, sign-up for our newsletter on the home page.
Chronic pain is not just physical hurt; it is a whole lot more. Pain affects your thoughts, your moods, your relationships, your motivation and ability to work, your ability to experience pleasure, and your view of yourself. Research shows that these psychological and social factors are more predictive of your long-term adjustment to chronic pain than is the severity of your physical pain or the extent of your injuries.
It was very frustrating for me (Bruce) to experience healthcare professionals as well as my friends and family questioning if I really was in that much pain. I was reminded repeatedly that I looked okay. They could not see my pain as I did not wear it on my sleeves. I did not broadcast it. Plus, I was the only person who could feel my pain. Others told me, directly or indirectly, that I should just “snap out of it” and “get back to work”. I felt alienated, and developed resentments.
I discovered that my use of the self-help tools of self-hypnosis, mindfulness meditation, focused imagery, relaxation techniques, and cognitive-behavior therapy became life-saving for me. I have also helped hundreds of patients cope better with their chronic pain by teaching them how to use these powerful yet gentle and respectful tools after I thoroughly assessed each patient from a psychological perspective.