Four forms of Hypnosis
Classic (or “traditional”) Hypnosis, Ericksonian Hypnosis, New Hypnosis and Humanist Hypnosis.
Classic Hypnosis : This is the first way to do hypnosis. It is directive, and is characterized by a very dominant aspect of the hypnotist. It is mainly used in shows
Ericksonian Hypnosis: Is characterized by the way to manage the relationship with the patient, to communicate with him, to lead the therapy in a strategic approach and also by the way to induce hypnotic trance. Far from the classic hypnosis marked by doctors: Charcot, Bernheim and, even more so, music-hall hypnosis: “Sleep, I want you to! “, Ericksonian hypnosis is experienced as a learning experience with the active participation of the person.
New Hypnosis: New hypnosis is an evolution of traditional hypnosis and Ericksonian hypnosis
Humanist Hypnosis: Humanist hypnosis is the most recent, unlike other forms of hypnosis, this one is non-dissociative, it allows to work on the unconscious of the person through his Consciousness.
Based on an original mapping of the mind (body-conscious-conscious-conscious-consciousness-Consciousness), this technique is a kind of return to the roots.
It presents the advantages of Hypnosis without its disadvantages (no manipulation, no loss of consciousness, educational contribution and meaning, etc.). Thanks to Humanist Hypnosis, the person is no longer asleep; on the contrary, the person can participate and access more consciousness of himself and the world around him.