Why do so many clients experience inner conflicts that inhibit successful attainment of important goals?
This outstanding new book on Parts Therapy will help provide the answer.
Counsellors and hypnotherapists often use proven techniques to help their clients change undesired habits or achieve personal and professional goals. Yet, in spite of the best efforts of both clients and therapist, unresolved inner conflicts often inhibit clients from attaining their ideal empowerment.
Increasing numbers of therapists around the world are discovering the benefits of parts therapy and its variations, such as ego state therapy and voice dialogue, to help clients get past personal barriers. These complex techniques continue to grow in popularity and are already used by many psychotherapists and psychologists who use hypnosis as an adjunct to their practices. Therapists who specialise in the use of hypnosis also need to learn Parts Therapy.
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 475 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 21 mm
"This book is the single finest work for performing Parts Therapy I have ever seen. Every therapist must have this book because it is a step by step guide to one of the more complicated and important elements of hypnotherapy. Replete with examples and contingency plans, Roy Hunter has covered every base. The book makes Parts Therapy understandable to the beginner and offers numerous new insights to the skilled practioner. I wish I would have written it!" Kevin Hogan, Psy.D., Author of The New Hypnotherapy Handbook and The Science of Influence"