Episode 3: Interview With Anthony Jacquin
Anthony Chats About…
What to tell clients ahead of time before a session – managing a client expectations.
The unwavering belief that change is possible.
Why SUD scale testing is flawed… but perhaps the best we have.
How the people in a clients life are hypnotists without even knowing it.
Why regression work may still have its place within hypnotherapy.
Why less control may indeed be worth more.
Developing a mindset that goes beyond “technique”.
How to create a sense of “I’m with you on this!” and the importance of collaboration.
Anthony Jacquin has been a hypnotist for over 20 years. He is the author of the seminal book, ‘Reality is Plastic – The Art of Impromptu Hypnosis’ and a vastly experienced therapist, performer and trainer.
With over 5000 sessions of ‘brief’ therapy to draw upon, his approach is simple and pragmatic, with the hypnotic experience playing a significant role. As a director of the ‘Jacquin Hypnosis Academy’ and with his previous company ‘Head Hacking’, he has had the opportunity to travel the world, work with, and learn from some of the best.
You can learn more about Anthony Jacquin’s services at http://www.anthonyjacquin.com
And more about the training he offers with his father Freddy Jacquin at http://jacquinhypnosisacademy.com
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