Clinical Hypnosis is scientific, and an art form. Using verbal and nonverbal communication to bring about a powerful hypnotic trance is an artform. We evaluate psychological issues and prepare effective treatment plans based on published scientific research.
Psychiatrist and Psychologist
The work of Milton Erickson, often dubbed the grandfather of modern hypnosis has been a major influence on the style of hypnotherapy developed and used at Clinical Hypnosis. An American psychiatrist and psychologist specialising in medical hypnosis and family therapy, his approach of utilisation and goal oriented hypnosis helped create brief therapy, strategic family therapy, family systems therapy, solution focused brief therapy and neuro-linguistic programming.
Jordan Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto. His work on Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief helped develop the Clinical Hypnosis approach of helping people change their story and internal representation of the world to improve belief systems and use of brain functions to quickly improve how they interact with the world.
We measure each client's success and failure to continue improving our methods, which are used in hospitals throughout the world. We provide a clinical application of hypnosis that is free from esoteric and spiritual influence.