Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy
26th July, 20110 Comments
Introduction to the Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (CBH)
Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CBH) utilizes cognitive and behaviour philosophies as well as hypnotherapy. CBH also uses counseling skills to facilitate rapport building.
This eclectic type of therapy also deals with any misconceptions, psychological education, assertiveness exercises, role plays, identifies any challenging unhealthy beliefs and thoughts as well as strengthening any healthy counter parts.
How can CBH assist you in everyday life?
It can help you to tackle anxiety, reactive depression, generalised, but also specific fears, phobias, unhealthy lifestyle habits and relationship issues.
CBH and scientific research
The use of CBH is becoming a much more popular and recognised way in which patients can overcome and rationalise their concerns. Success in the use of CBH for treating pre and post-surgery anxieties has been widely scientifically documented and verified.
Healthy versus unhealthy negative beliefs
CBH can assist with an examination of healthy and unhealthy negative beliefs, which can be adjusted to patients’ advantage. Healthy negative beliefs i.e. rational, flexible, logical and accepting beliefs are strengthened and the unhealthy negative beliefs i.e. irrational, inflexible, dogmatic beliefs are weakened throughout the therapy.
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