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Clinical Hypnosis and Pain Control. Truths and Myths

Description:

The Persistence in Pain Memory
What is “pain memory”?
How do we remember pain?

Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis
What hypnosis is not - breaking the myths about hypnosis
Pain control through Clinical Hypnosis - the truths about hypnosis

Exercise / Demonstration in a professional context
What is real? The power of the imagination

Introduction to the Persistence in Pain Memory
A look at what Pain Memory is and how it affects the mind and body.
Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis

Share knowledge of the benefits of pain control through the use of clinical   hypnosis;   methods, objectives and results. 

 

 

Biography:

Certified in Conversational Hypnotherapy by the International Association of Professional Conversational Hypnotists – (IAPCH) since 2011, Lachlan Cox is highly skilled in clinical hypnosis, conversational hypnosis and using techniques of psychology to coach his clients to be at their peak. 

He is specialised in chronic pain control, treatment of addictions (in particular smoking), control and treatment of stress (fears, phobias, panic, anxiety, insomnia and depression), motivational stimulation, and personality stimulation.