by Gemma Bailey
- Language - English
- Publication date - 31 July 2009
- Dimensions - 14.38 x 1.12 x 22 cm
- Publisher : O Books; Illustrated edition (31 July 2009)
- Paperback : 200 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1846941970
- ISBN-13 : 978-1846941979
- Best Sellers Rank: 452,124 in Books
Creating Trance and Hypnosis Scripts contains tried and tested hypnosis scripts for professional or trainee hypnotherapist's who are looking to help clients solve problems and ailments, from the more common quit smoking session to the less familiar candida. The collection of scripts contained in this book have been collated over many years and have been written by Gemma Bailey who is a qualified practicing hypnotherapist. Gemma has designed each script to include several hypnotic patterns (including language, voice tone, double binds etc) to help aid the trance experience.Changes in the hypnotists voice tonality have been marked out by altering the font of the text. Towards the end of the book there is a section called writing hypnosis scripts which gives details about the hypnotic patterns and language used by professional hypnotherapists and NLP Master practitioners. This section provides tasks for the reader, encouraging them to use and identify hypnotic language so that they can create their own hypnotic scripts.
The strength of this book is its structure.The lay-out has created a user friendly tool for both professional and amateur hypnotherapists. Definitely worth adding to the collection. --Toby & Kate McCartney, BBNLP / GONLP.
The gentle style of this book offers a valuable resource for both the amateur and professional Hypnotherapist. Once you have added this to your collection you'll wonder how you got by without it. --Kieren & Jai Gallen, Bristol HypnoBirthing
This book is a wonderful resource for budding hypnotists and those already familiar with the potentially life changing effect of hypnosis. Gemma's style is gentle yet informative and she guides you skilfully through the book with great insight into how trance can be used effectively to address a number of different issues. A delicious selection of hypnotic scripts covering general topics such as relaxation through to more specific issues like addiction and phobias, combined with a chapter dedicated to teaching the reader how to create their own linguistic masterpieces makes a delightfully enjoyable read, and one which leaves you with fantastic tips for practical implementation. --ANLP International CIC
"The gentle style of this book offers a valuable resource for both the amateur and professional Hypnotherapist. Once you have added this to your collection you'll wonder how you got by without it..."