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Two things a trained Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner does to succeed

We train hypnotherapists to become Certified Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioners (PCHPs).

Communicates to the client that he/she is aware that the pain feels like something in the client’s body has been, or is being damaged, and that the pain feels like a threat to the client’s functionality and health.

Finds out whether the client has been feeling anxious, fearful, angry or depressed, and the basis for any of these negative feeling states. Explains how these emotional states affect pain levels and why these persistent feelings must be addressed.

**The two things you must do to succeed with hypnotic pain control:**1. Let client know you are aware that the pain feels like something in client’s body has been, or is being damaged, and that the pain feels like a threat to the client’s functionality and heath.1. Assess whether the client feels anxious, fearful, angry or depressed, and the basis for any of these feeling states.To learn more, watch this video AND sign up for my 2-day "Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner" Course at HTL2019 on Aug 13-14.

Posted by Bruce N. Eimer on Wednesday, July 31, 2019