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Title: Hypnotic Phenomena


1
Hypnotic Phenomena
  • Bill OHanlon
  • Dec. 2011 MHE Conference
  • BillOHanlon.com
  • Free Stuff, Slides

2
ERICKSONIANVS.TRADITIONAL
  • PERMISSIVE
  • VS.
  • AUTHORITARIAN

3
ZORAN SAYS YOU WILL
4
ERICKSONIANVS.TRADITIONAL
  • EVOCATIVE
  • VS.
  • SUGGESTIVE

5
Trance Phenomena
  • Getting ones hand on the control knob on
    non-voluntary experience
  • Inviting alterations in
  • Perception
  • Sensations
  • Memory
  • Time orientation
  • Spatial orientation
  • Physiology

6
WHY USE TRANCE PHENOMENA?
  • To evoke automatic changes
  • To convince you and/or the person that they are
    in trance
  • To evoke resources
  • As an analogy for the therapeutic changes you are
    after

7
HOW TO EVOKE/INVITE TRANCE PHENOMENA
  • General permission
  • Presupposing
  • Remind and evoke previous everyday experiences
  • Analogies/anecdotes
  • Emphasized words/phrases

8
Class of Problems/Class of Solutions
  • Presenting problem Intervention
    Link to problem context
  • Class of problem Class of Solutions

Generate the opposite
9
Class of Problems/Class of Solutions
  • Find a clear focus/problem
  • Turn problems into processes
  • How does or would a person or body or neurology
    DO this problem?
  • What class of problems could it belong to?
  • What is the opposite class (or set of resources
    or abilities) that could resolve the problem?

10
How to evoke automatic shifts with hypnosis
  • Tell stories
  • Guide associations
  • Remind people of previous experiences
  • Emphasize phrases and words
  • Presuppose and create expectations

11
Hand Levitation
  • Evoke everyday experiences of automatic
    hand/arm/muscle movement
  • Use analogies/anecdotes/stories
  • Use general permissive statements
  • Use presupposition
  • Once you see a response, amplify and direct/link
    it to something more

12
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