I said something along these lines in another forum (not hypnosis or Ericksonian centered). I was told that using "hypnosis" in helping a client safely process a traumatic event would now completely invalidate that client's account in some states. I am referring to the dissociative, non-abreactive, gentle techniques that you teach, in particular, which I believe offer little or no danger of the therapist participating in a confabulation. Do you have any information on the state of affairs in Florida in this regard? That is, do we run the risk of ruining the client's day in court if we ever use hypnosis with that client?
Paul Emmett, MSW
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