Roles and Responsibilities and the Client Interview
1. Hypnotist or Hypnotherapist?
What do you think are the main elements that distinguish a hypnotist from a hypnotherapist?
2. What should and shouldn't a hypnotist do?
3. The Client Interview
What do you need to think about during the Client Interview?
4. Creating a Sacred Space
Note down some important considerations when creating a sacred space for hypnosis.
5. A Listening Attitude
Developing listening skills is an ongoing process. Discovering your attitude about listening is an important first step toward personal success. Attitudes determine our behaviours. To discover your listening attitude, click here for the self-evaluation quiz, 'A Listening Attitude'.
6. The Experience You Bring.
In the next section, you will be conducting a practice Client Interview.
Before doing this interview, take a moment to think about what occasions you may have had in the past, or in other roles currently, that are similar to the kind of role you will play working with a client in the client interview. What kind of skills can you draw on from your existing experience?
Think also about how it may be different and what patterns or behaviours that were suitable to the other role that might not apply here.
Use the response field below to notes down your answers.