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Step into my Las Vegas classroom as I share my opening keynote presentation at the 2020 ICBCH Winter HypnoConference. The keynote and workshop were so well received by the people in attendance, I felt compelled to share it with you, my loyal podcast listeners.

Watch the video and download the presentation transcription now at:
https://WorkSmartHypnosis.com/framing/

Why do you believe hypnosis works? How do you take techniques that are already successful for your clients and make them even more effective? It all comes down to a few powerful phrases and the way you frame your questions.

In this episode, I share the hypnotic power behind using phrases like “Before we get started...” and “For your benefit and mine…” in your next hypnosis session. I explain how your use of phrases and the way you frame your questions impact your clients and sets the foundation for your sales pitch or hypnotic next steps. I also explain the process of anchoring and how words and phrases can act as a trigger for your client, helping them - and you - achieve the desired results from your hypnosis session.

“The brilliance inside of your client is what we’re harnessing.”

 

Learn the Hypnotic Power Behind These Phrases:

 

  • “Launch with Raving Fans”
  • “I Quit Smoking…”
  • “Belief. Imagination. Credibility. Expectation.”
  • “The way This Obviously Works…”
  • “Before we get started…”
  • “For your benefit and mine…”
  • “You might tell me something that has been difficult for you…”
  • “Do I have your permission for things to get a little weird…”
  • “I do things differently here.”
  • “What works best for you?”
  • “Rather than a magnifying glass…”
  • “Do you ever feel like part of you wants this…”
  • “Have you ever felt good by accident?”
  • “Here’s the part you’re going to be talking about later…”
  • “You’ve been waiting to have the last word…”
  • “Now that we’re done…”
  • “What do you notice now?”

 

 

 

 

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When you consider that change happens at the speed of thought, you may begin to wonder if you need to use long, drawn-out inductions or whether you can motivate change through the induction itself. Can you use an instant induction? How do you layer multiple inductions in quick succession to consistently help your clients enter a more reliable hypnosis state for change?

 

Watch the Dave Elman 3-Minute Routine:

https://youtu.be/P2al9-J4B0w

 

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https://WorkSmartHypnosis.com/elmanchange/

 

Today, I unpack the Dave Elman Induction for Change, revealing the story behind it, how it works, and how you can use it to create change. I share how a phenomenon in hypnosis called fractionation, a rising and falling of energy, can be used to deepen hypnotic states so your clients become profound hypnotic subjects. I share the six steps of the Dave Elman Induction and break down each step. I also share three customizations of the induction for use with smoking cessation, weight loss, and fear of public speaking.

 

There are no resistant clients - only inflexible hypnotists.” - Jason Linett

 

  • Creating a temporary opening where you can make things different than they were before
  • Weakening or strengthening the suggestions you do and don’t want to happen
  • How to layer multiple inductions on top of each other through pyramiding
  • The two ends of catalepsy
  • How to create amnesia through suggestion
  • The Dave Elman Induction customized for smoking cessation, weight loss, and public speaking

 

 

The Six Steps of the Dave Elman Induction for Change:

 

  1. Catalepsy of a small group of muscles to bypass the critical factor of the conscious mind
  2. A brief deepening process to prepare for fractionation
  3. Fractionation through pyramiding
  4. Catalepsy of a large group of muscles
  5. Amnesia by suggestion
  6. Deepening throughout

 

 

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Amber Cox joins me today to discuss medical coaching, raising the bar, and promoting the hypnosis profession. She shares what emotional intelligence is and its importance in helping people with stress, anxiety, and chronic pain. Amber reveals the hypnotic and NLP techniques that she coaches doctors to use to raise the client experience and find greater treatment success. She also shares how hospitals have a requirement to seek out alternatives and complementary medicines and her dream to have a formal hypnosis program in every hospital.

 

Amber is a world-renowned hypnotist, keynote speaker, a board-certified member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and the founder of Maine Hypnosis Center. She helps people make positive behavioral changes, working in stress management, anxiety, motivation, and pain management. Amber works in the medical field, helping physicians manage stress through hypnotic techniques to avoid burnout and the use of emotional intelligence.

 

 

 

“Emotional intelligence is the foundation of communication.” - Amber Cox

 

 

 

  • Moving from corporate sales to clinical hypnotherapy
  • What emotional intelligence is and working with stress management, anxiety, and chronic pain
  • How emotional intelligence in the corporate world is a trending topic
  • Coaching physicians on the set of behaviors and language they can use to improve their patient's experience
  • The two-minute rule and other hypnotic techniques that doctors should use
  • How clinicians can develop patient-centered care through listening and rapport
  • Amber's medical coaching model
  • Hospital requirements to seek out complementary medicines and alternatives to tackle the opioid crisis

 

 

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Melissa Tiers joins me today to share three anti-anxiety techniques, how anxiety is a habit, and why she gives clients the tools to understand their position and interrupt habitual patterns. Melissa shares how and why her anti-anxiety techniques work and shares a demonstration of each technique. She describes why quieting mental dialogue and language dissociation techniques help reduce anxiety. Melissa also shares the reasons why you should test change and reveals a bonus technique that will help clients deal with anxiety in the moment.

 

Get the three methods that Melissa teaches on this program now at:

https://WorkSmartHypnosis.com/3techniques/

 

Melissa is the founder and head teacher at The Center For Integrative Hypnosis, an organization that teaches classes on neuro-linguistic psychology, integrative hypnosis, and mental health coaching. She serves as an instructor for The International Association of Counselors and Therapists and the NGH as well as an adjunct faculty member of The New York Open Center and Tri-State College of Acupuncture. She was the 2018 keynote speaker at the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association’s conference, New York, and the UK Hypnosis Conference. Melissa is also a three-time recipient of the International Medical and Dental Association's Pen and Quill Award.

 

Join Melissa Tiers and Jason on May 15-17, 2020 in Springfield, Virginia for Integrative Hypnosis 2.0. Get the details and lock in your registration now at https://MelissaTiersDC.com/

 

 

“The way that we break habits in the brain is by interrupting the pattern and forcing the brain out of that loop and into something else.” - Melissa Tiers

 

 

  • How anxiety is a tenacious habit and the default position
  • Giving clients self-directed neural-plasticity techniques to interrupt habitual patterns
  • Helping clients understand their position and solution
  • Practicing emotional states to make a change in the brain
  • The “shifting into your peripheral vision” technique
  • The benefit of quieting mental dialogue
  • The “bilateral stimulation” technique
  • The language of dissociation
  • Why you should test change
  • The jaw-dropping technique
  • Why you should ask “what are you noticing now”
  • Adding 'so' to 'what if' statements

 

 

Join Melissa and Jason for Integrative Hypnosis 2.0, live in the Washington DC area on May 15-17, 2020.

 

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

 

Connect with Melissa Tiers:

 

 

Get an all-access pass to Jason’s digital library to help you grow your hypnosis business:

 

Get instant access to Jason Linett’s entire hypnotherapeutic training library:

 

If you enjoyed today’s episode, please send us your valuable feedback!

 

 

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