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London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH). LCCH ASIA LCCH Asia established in 2006 LCCH Malaysia established in June 2006 LCCH Singapore established in August 2007. Founded in 1984 by Michael Joseph FBAMH

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London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH)

LCCH ASIA

  • LCCH Asia established in 2006
  • LCCH Malaysia established in June 2006
  • LCCH Singapore established in August 2007
  • Founded in 1984 by Michael Joseph FBAMH
  • Mission: To train would-be practitioners to deal safely, confidently and effectively with the enormous variety of presenting symptoms
  • LCCH is also engaged in empirical research - 40% methodology developed by LCCH
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History of Hypnosis
  • The British Medical Association 1955American Medical Association 1958BMA recommendation for re-classification to Integrative Medicine 2002
  • Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 200325% increase in treatment for Anxiety Disorders 2012
  • Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia & LCCH 2006The Hypnotherapy Chapter

AADK & Pain Clinical University Malaya 2011

  • Tan Tock Seng Hospital Singapore and LCCH 2007

NUH Natural Birthing

  • Masters degree in Clinical Hypnosis 2007 (UWL)Royal Society in Medicine 2011
practising techniques
Practising Techniques
  • You must not practise on the general public (including friends and family)
  • You must not practise on children of any age
  • Do not try to do therapy
  • Do not practise techniques you have not been formally taught - i.e. from YouTube, DVD etc
hypnoidal states
Hypnoidal States

Hypnoidal States - Naturally Occurring Altered State of Consciousness

defined by Boris Sidis 1909

Waking Hypnosis

  • Occurs naturally when attention fixed on one thing or experienced several times a day & absorbs you to the exclusion of all else.

Generally few seconds - but may be longer

  • Characterised by
    • rapport
    • representational systems aligned
    • directed thought pattern
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Day-dreaming & Reverie
  • Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic day-dream / mini relaxation vacation
  • IPI - Imaginal Processing Inventory ( Singer 1966) - Yale University

(1950's Educational Psychologists warned that day-dreaming could lead to neurosis or psychosis, Eric Klinger 1987 American Psychiatric Association)

  • Levinson 2002 Wisconsin University - Day dreaming improves memory and creative thinking
  • Characterised by
    • train of thought
    • moving away from immediate surrounding
    • more and more immersed in inner thoughts
    • emotional content
hypnogogic and hypnopompic
Hypnogogic and Hypnopompic

Hypnogogic

Sensory features

  • Fleeting or rapid - random speckles, lines, patterns, geometric colours or monochrome figures or images
  • Sense of heaviness

Hypnopompic

  • Out of body experiences / floating / falling / hypic jerk or myoclonic twitch (startle reflex)
  • Paraesthesia
  • Synaesthesia
  • Proprioceptive effect - numbness, change in body size
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Light Trance

lower beta  - upper alpha (8-12htz

Attainability 90%-97%

Characteristics

  • Close Eyes

-40% of brain capacity internally focused / encourage other modality

  • Move their eyes rapidly

- inner processing (rapid eye movement or REM)

  • Don't move - increased passivity (economy of movement)
  • Breathe more slowly - parasympathetic activity
  • Swallow more frequently – lachrymation
  • Have flattened or relaxed facial features - relaxation of muscle tension
  • hand remains floppy - i.e. no catalepsy
  • can hear external sounds
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Medium Trance

Alpha

Attainability 70%-90%

Characteristics

  • Head sinks towards chest
  • Body sinks in chair - relaxation
  • Their jaw slackens - muscle tension reduces
  • Facial features flatten more
  • Eyelids stiffen (catalepsy)
  • Skin becomes flushed or pale
  • They feel lethargic - and drowsy, motor activity decreases
  • Heavy feeling in their limbs - suggestions of heaviness
  • May experience partial loss of sensation (partial anaesthesia)
  • Reduced awareness of body - specific or all over
  • arm catalepsy
  • loss of interest in external sounds
  • lose startle relax - first stage of analgesia
deep trance
Deep Trance

(somnambulistic state) Delta- Theta

Attainability 10% - 15%

Characteristics

  • Amnesia - (about 20%) full or partial
  • Out-of body feelings - spiritual feelings
  • Hallucination
  • Full anaesthesia
  • Somnambulism - pallor to lips
  • Slump in chair
  • Appear fully wide awake
  • Have eyes open
  • Walk and talk
  • Take a long time to respond to suggestion
  • Trance logic - Can you tell me your name - 'Yes"
introduction
Introduction
  • Rapport - be interested in them (60% remission)
  • Answer their questions about hypnosis - misconceptions & fears
  • Find out what they want - goals / problem thinking - establish purpose
  • Case history - what, why here, who, likes
  • Name - yours and theirs
  • Voice - hear my voice
  • Sleep - like sleep
  • Control - collaboration
  • 90% of effort here - Erickson - seed, utilize, reframe
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Induction
  • Effecting comfortable eye closure - adequate preparation necessary
  • Methods - visual, auditory, sensory
  • Eyes closed - focus on inner world
  • make comfortable
  • leg position
  • move away from waking state
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Deepening
  • Creating a state for working - fluctuating depth
  • Rapport
  • Breathing
  • Heightened inner focus
  • Safe & secure
  • Down and float
  • Encourage dissociation "go"
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Post Hypnotic Suggestion / Therapy
  • Phrased positively
  • Relating to one subject at a time
  • Direct or indirect
  • Repeat suggestions (3 *)
  • Use imagination
  • Time specific - SMART
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Awakening
  • remove suggestions - no longer required
  • return to full consciousness
  • re-orientate
  • re-integrate
  • positive experience
  • hypermnesia to suggestion – well-being suggested
homework
Homework
  • specific task / thought / behaviour /
  • maintain change
  • assess motivation
  • reinforce therapy / suggestion
  • responsibility
  • take process outside therapy room
  • self-hypnosis
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Awakening
  • Failure to awaken

- fallen asleep

- forgoten to remove suggestions

- enjoying and want to continue

- resistance

  • Strategies to awaken

- raise your voice

- move around

- gently blow on eye lids

- charge by the hour!

  • Always

-Remove suggestions

- Use a signal

  • Eyes Open

- before awakening

- during awakening

  • Increased Suggestibility

- good health & feelings

-reinforce suggestions

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