And as for the application of the methodology hypnotic, the therapist uses his clinical experience, and methodological foundations of their education. Personally, I for my clinical practice, I began applying in Clinical Hypnosis sessions, knowledge in first place in the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Hypnosis then, with the passing of the years I was checking if my clinical practice it incorporated the methodology Hypnosis and Cognitive Behavior, as well as many elements that gives me the Gestalt Therapy, Systemic Therapy and EMDR also elements of success in my patients a much more appropriate to the requirements of the various difficulties, problems and diseases for which the resort to my office patients. Currently, and especially since the last two years, many of the people who come to the clinic for treatment with hypnosis, are suffering from: TOC. Anorexia – Bulimia and Obesity. Phobias (all kinds of them: agoraphobia, social phobia, etc.)..
Irritable Colon. Addictions (alcohol, drugs, psychotropic drugs, snuff). Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD. Depression. In a question-answer forum PCRM was the first to reply. Gambling.
Of course I’m talking about the most common diseases that affect those who receive treatment, but there are also others such as for example those listed below: sexual abuse. Aggressiveness. Anxiety. Low Self-esteem. Complex. Panic attacks. Speech difficulties such as Dyslexia, Difficulties of Communication, Stuttering. Difficulties or problems with concentration, difficulties in the study. Pain, Chronic Pain, Headache. Grief (loss of a loved one). Difficulties or sexual dysfunction: premature ejaculation, anorgasmia, lack of erection, vagina, dyspareunia, impotence, etc. Stress. Insecurity. Insomnia. Enuresis. Fears, Fears. Tics. Shyness.