The ends justify the means. I'm sure everyone dealing with hypnosis and NLP has heard this phrase. If a client comes to your office, they obviously have some sort of issue that they need resolved. Some times they may not be ready consciously to resolve it, but the fact remains that they are coming to you for help, and as a therapist you should use whatever tools are at your disposal to help them as much as you can. Sometimes it may seem unethical, but if they could resolve the issue on their own, they wouldn't have come to you for help in the first place. Besides aren't we supposed to be following in the footsteps of the great MHE. Did he do everything by the book, or did he improvise and deal with every client in the way he thought would effect the most change for them?
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