One of the things that I had personal experience of in my own hypnotherapy training was that some of the trainees that had had a counselling background seemed to be trying to steer myself and the others to feeling emotions that they thought correct. I would often watch others working and see a great smile on the face of the therapist if they had some how managed to get their client to cry whilst hypnotised. WEIRD! The other thing that I found myself was that I had to describe my feelings to my therapist in words that they wanted to hear, I would describe how I felt about particular issues and would be asked again and again how I felt until I had said something that fitted with the therapists ideas. On one occasion I became quite annoyed about this and let MY! feelings be known.
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