A BRIEF OVERVIEW – Dynamic Therapy Scripts
Thank you for your interest in Dynamic Therapy Scripts.
Please note that this E-book is not just another one of 'those' programs that is supposed to teach anyone "how to hypnotise". It would be of little use or interest to anyone other than a therapist with some training and/or experience. It has been written for therapists who have received at least basic training, and who want to move beyond the basics and increase their effectiveness, professionalism and their percentage of positive results.
It has been compiled specifically to give readers lots of valuable 'how to' information in the field of professional subconscious-mind therapy. The book is made up of 25 Sections of 'information' pages, along with more than 30 therapeutic dialogue scripts, (all of which have detailed explanations of the principles and therapeutic language patterns used in them). The scripts cover subjects such as induction, re-orientation, confusion, fear, decision-making, getting through difficulties, and many others. They can be adapted to deal effectively with any subconsciously based problem. Most importantly, all of the dialogue pieces, and all other parts of the book, are aimed specifically at helping the reader learn how and why to do things, rather than simply supplying scripts for you to read. If you are prepared to take the time to study and learn what the scripts and other information really have to offer, you will have a far more valuable resource than if the book just contained hundreds of scripts. (There are many such 'scripts' books available.) There is also a number of graphic displays sprinkled throughout the book that are related directly to the text, and heaps of other useful information and ideas.
The main information pages cover topics describing 'hypnosis' – outlining the most up-to-date understandings, and many of the fallacies and myths that have surrounded hypnosis (and been routinely taught and used in hypnotherapy) for (almost) longer than living memory. You will find definitions and other information to help you understand not just what to do, but how, why and when to do it. It removes the mystery and 'mumbo-jumbo'. All of the information in this book comes from a professional clinician who began full-time clinical practise in 1973, and who, since 1990, has continuously taught a professional training program for therapists, in what is arguably the most effective method of subconscious-mind therapy available today.
You will learn things such as the real nature of subconsciously-based problems, how the subconscious part of us really operates, and why so many of the old 'tried & true' methods are so limited in their application and results. You will learn about ways the re-orientation process is used to gain very positive outcomes – along with things that should not be done during re-orientation. You will find detailed information about how to construct therapeutic dialogue that gets results. This includes how to construct simple, effective, 'confusion' dialogue – how to quickly help the client who is afraid of hypnosis or therapy – how to effectively suggest amnesia – when not to suggest amnesia – how to work effectively with the 'analytical' client, and many others. You will learn how to 'compound' hypnotic experience for effective induction results. You will learn how to deal with many of the self-sabotaging rituals and other behaviours that clients so often use, and which cause so many therapies to 'fail'. You will learn what suggestion actually is, the vitally important principles that govern the application of suggestion, and how most of what is used in suggestive techniques is not really suggestion at all. When you understand this, you will be appalled at some of the sloppy procedures that are taught all around the world and routinely carried out by therapists from all walks of life. You will understand why there are so many unhappy subconscious-mind therapy customers out there – and how to keep YOUR clients off that list.
There is a whole Section covering the most important and useful therapeutic language patterns including presupposition, splitting, prefix phraseology, rhetorical questions, truisms, and others – along with how to construct them – how they are constructed and how and when to use them.
There is a major Section entitled "A Healing Paradigm", in which you will find a simple, scientifically-based, holistic model of healing that brings all of the principles and methods described together in an easy-to-understand, common sense manner. A thorough understanding of this Section alone will give you insights that can be incorporated immediately and directly into your work and 'put you way ahead of the crowd'.
There is a Section of 5,360 words outlining some of the most valuable contributions made to the profession by the late Milton H. Erickson MD, along with some biographical information and parts of an interview with Jay Haley. A similar section of 1,250 words about the late Dave Elman, who is renowned for his contributions to induction techniques and hypnosis in general, is also included. You will find two scripts that are the author's adaptation of the famous 'Elman induction'. You will have access to many 'outside' links, which point to some of the major professional hypnotherapy organisations in Australia, America and England, along with other resources including a list of recommended, 'cutting edge' reading. You will find a 15 question, multiple-choice 'mini test' to see how much you have learned, and even a page of helpful study tips. You will even find a therapy crossword puzzle to give you some fun learning.
You will not find any 'wishy-washy' ideas or unsubstantiated claims in this book. You will find simple, sound, solid principles and philosophies and practical techniques and methods that have proven to be very effective in the author's professional work. You will find valuable information here that you will not find anywhere else.
You will have to read carefully and you will have to think about what you read. You will have to take your time to find and integrate all of the information offered. There are more than 66,000 words of valuable information packed into this program. Read carefully and you will find it worth your time and effort. The entire book is fully searchable from every main Section page. Just type in a word or phrase and you will instantly have a hyperlinked list of every place your word or phrase occurs.
The author's Website and email addresses are included in several places, and you are invited to email him with any questions, comments, or feedback that you may care to ask, make, or give.
In the interests of better therapy,