Have you ever wanted to be able to hypnotise anyone?
Would you like to know how to do hypnosis without needing hypnosis scripts?
Are you new to hypnosis, perhaps with no experience and wondering where to start?
If you answer yes to any of these questions then this course may well be for you.
This How to do Hypnosis course from Dan Jones, one of the UK's leading hypnotherapists and author of many best-selling hypnosis & hypnotherapy books teaches you what you need to know to be able to hypnotise anyone without the need for hypnosis scripts.
The course comprises of video lectures and demonstrations of hypnotic inductions with real subjects - you can preview some of the lectures and demonstration videos below before you decide whether this course is right for you. The course is broken down into the stages which are important to consider when doing hypnotic inductions and therapeutic hypnosis.
This hypnosis course teaching you how to do hypnosis should take a few hours to complete, but you are likely to want to spend a little time re-watching some of the lectures and hypnosis demonstrations and practice with family and friends to fully absorb and learn all the material.
The main sections all end with a quiz to test your knowledge of what you have learnt about doing hypnosis in that section of the course.
This course is ideal for beginners to the field of hypnosis who are perhaps just starting out and wanting to get the best start at how to do hypnosis on others, or those with perhaps limited prior hypnosis experience, or only experience doing hypnosis using hypnosis scripts who would like to take their skill to the next level and be able to hypnotise people without the need for hypnosis scripts.
This lecture gives an introduction to guiding attention as the first stage in inducing hypnosis
This lecture explains using the clients presenting problem as a way of guiding attention and inducing hypnosis
This lecture explains about using a story or a journey as a way of guiding attention and inducing hypnosis
This lecture explains about using a clients hobbies and interests as a way of hypnotising them and guiding them into hypnosis
This lecture is a hypnotic induction demonstration with a real client, demonstrating using a leisure interest to induce hypnosis
This lecture explains about using structured hypnotic inductions to induce hypnosis
This lecture is a hypnosis demonstration with a real hypnotic subject who is being hypnotised for the first time and so is nervous. In this demonstration I use a structured induction - the staircase induction to hypnotise the subject.
This lecture gives an overview of what you have learnt in this section on guiding associations
This lecture is an introduction to the topic of responsiveness, which is an important part of doing hypnosis, and doing influential communication
This lecture explains more about responsiveness and how I build and test for responsiveness
In this lecture I introduce the subject of expectancy, which is having clients expecting unconsciously that things will go a certain way, like expecting therapy will be successful, or expecting that the hypnosis will work.
In this lecture I explain about how to build and use expectancy
This lecture is a hypnosis demonstration, this is the first time I have hypnotised this client. In this demonstration I build expectancy by using an agreement set. The agreement set includes the yes set which I talked about during the previous lecture. The agreement set is about getting agreement which could be a 'no' answer, but the 'no' would mean the client agrees with me - like "It wasn't raining when you arrived" and the client replying with "no", which means "I agree with you, it wasn't raining when I arrived"
This demonstration is with a subject who decided to be awkward and wanted to challenge me and prove me wrong, prove that I couldn't hypnotise them. In this demonstration I do the hypnotic induction I spoke about in the Expectancy Introduction. This is a different subject to the subject I spoke about but what you will notice in this demonstration is that I ask the subject to look at the hand they think will lift as they go into hypnosis - notice I say 'as' which means I expect them to go into hypnosis, my question is while that is happening which hand will lift. They reply trying to catch me out by saying neither hand will lift, but they don't say they won't go into hypnosis, only that neither hand will lift, so I treat this as them still agreeing to enter hypnosis. I reply with 'so you think neither hand will lift as you go into hypnosis' and reiterate again that they will go into hypnosis, but also ask a question to get agreement (although they will be thinking 'no, neither hand will lift' which is getting a 'no' response, but this is still them agreeing with what I said). I then just act like I 100% expect them to go into hypnosis while focusing with them on their hands. What you will notice is their hands want to lift because they are focusing so hard on trying to make sure the hands don't lift, so they shift on their leg, the subject gets itches, and once he is coming out of hypnosis he raises both hands to scratch his nose, so I get both arms lifting as his way of still not having one or the other lifting. It is common for the pressure in a subject to increase so much that something they fought following during the 'hypnosis' happens once they think it is safe to do it,
This lecture I teach about confusion. Confusion is a key part of doing hypnosis, it is one of the best ways to shake up someone's current mental set (way of thinking and behaving and believing) and giving a new mental set.
This lecture is a hypnosis demonstration, this demonstration is a rapid induction which clearly uses confusion to help make the hypnosis more effective. This is a different subject to the one mention in the previous lecture, but it is the same induction.
This lecture continues teaching about using confusion as an integral part of inducing hypnosis
This lecture is a hypnosis demonstration which you can follow along to and learn from, or you can let yourself go with it and follow it to experience it as a hypnotic induction. This hypnotic induction is a linguistic confusion induction
In this lecture you will learn about guiding associations. Guiding associations helps to direct someone from where they are at to where they want to be. This could be from out of hypnosis to in hypnosis, or from having a problem to finding the solution. Clients have a map of the world, the therapists job is to help highlight specific routes on that map.
This lecture is a hypnotic induction demonstration with a real subject demonstrating guiding the clients associations. I am watching their behaviour and bringing their attention to elements of behaviour associated with entering hypnosis to guide the subject into hypnosis
In this lecture you will learn about the role that dissociation plays in inducing hypnosis and in therapeutic change. Dissociation gives the feeling of something happening automatically and independently of conscious control. This is one of the experiences people often describe when they are hypnotised - that feeling of things happening automatically that they didn't do on purpose.
This lecture continues to explain about the role that dissociation plays in hypnosis and therapy and how it can be used and what you can do to create a feeling of dissociation.
This lecture is a hypnosis demonstration where I am using dissociation to separate communication I do to the client consciously from communication I want the client to pick up on and respond to unconsciously. To do this I move my head to talk to one location when I am talking to the conscious mind, and to another location when I am talking to the clients unconscious mind. I explain to the client indirectly what I am doing so that his unconscious mind recognises the pattern as something to respond to.
This lecture is a conclusion lecture. In this lecture I round up what you have learnt throughout this course.
'Dan Jones has sold over 100,000 books, 500,000+ of his Self-Hypnosis Mp3's downloaded, over 2 million view of his videos and over twenty years experience with hypnosis, therapy and the healing arts'
Dan Jones is a best selling self-published author and hypnotherapy trainer with Asperger's Syndrome (High-Functioning Autism). He is one of the UK's leading experts on Ericksonian Hypnotherapy. Described in the British media as 'Remarkable', with 'Expert Insight', and 'Personal Development Guru...the UK's Leading Personal Development Coach'.
Dan has over 20 years experience, he has carried out research into the effectiveness of using the Human Given's Counselling Approach to reducing youth crime and anti-social behaviour with a Youth Offending Service (this research has been published in the peer reviewed journal 'Human Givens'), and is a Trance-Formation Coach and founder of the Sussex Hypnotherapy Centre and ALT Solutions based in Chichester, West Sussex, UK.
Dan Jones has held personal development and staff training courses within the local county council and district council on many topics including adult and child safeguarding, safety awareness, conflict resolution and breakaway techniques, and stress management. He has taught courses for young people with local youth projects, and held courses on parenting and managing challenging youth in various secondary schools and primary schools. He has taught staff in various children's homes topics like stress management, managing challenging behaviour and conflict resolution, and carried out clinical supervision with hypnotherapists and professionals working with individuals and families, as well as holding training courses in the UK and abroad for professional students on hypnosis, therapy and healing, and courses for 'self-help' or 'personal development' on well-being, mind-body healing, self-hypnosis, overcoming phobias, weight loss, and using dreams therapeutically, and courses on parenting and family work, including child/teen to parent domestic abuse, helping children to sleep, and managing children/teen's challenging behaviour, and effective parenting techniques, to family support workers, youth workers and social workers.
Dan has also worked on, and been consulted for TV Programmes like 'The Anatomy of Fear' and 'Big Brother' and has been interviewed by a variety of magazines, newspapers and radio programmes in the UK and abroad. Dan has also written over ten books on hypnosis, therapy and parenting including the number 1 Hypnotherapy Bestseller 'Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts' and number 1 Psychology Biography Bestseller 'Look Into My Eyes'. Some of Dan's books have been published in more than one language. Dan has also created a wide range of free and 'paid for' hypnosis and therapy training and personal development products, and runs the UK's premier accredited Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Practitioner Level Diploma.