Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychoanalytical Hypnosis
In psychotherapy, clinical hypnosis combines a hypnotic state with psychotherapeutic work: Fatiha Mabrok International offers you different modes of hypnotherapy, including Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychoanalytic Hypnosis, depending on the patient, his personality, the purpose of the therapy and also on what happens during the therapy.
Hypnotherapy is a very powerful method that allows you to access and communicate with the unconscious in order to work on subjects that affect your well-being and development. In a state of hypnosis, the brain is the most effective, most receptive and most productive.
In Ericksonian Hypnosis (by Milton Erikson), the unconscious is led to cooperate with the conscious with various techniques such as suggestion. Unconscious positive resources are developed and then practiced in reality.
Psychoanalytical Hypnosis uses the dimensions of Psychoanalysis (notably those of Freud, Groddeck, Ferenczi, Jung, Daseinsanalysis with Binswanger and the Anglo-American school with Winnicott, Klein) and clinical hypnosis with a psychocorporal work derived from bioenergetic analysis (Lowen). Psychoanalytic hypnosis gives access to the unconscious, to all the patient’s memories that have consequences on the conscious. Psychoanalytical Hypnosis
provides the necessary answers to a good therapeutic strategy.
Clinical hypnosis is capable of responding to both somatic and psychological suffering, as a psycho-corporal (psycho-somatic) technique, it enables desirable and lasting changes to be made for personal development and better health.
Hypnotherapy is suitable for adults, teenagers and children from 4 years old.
It is used in many cases (non-exhaustive list):
- Anxiety and stress
- Weight control
- Fears and phobias
- Mind management (anger, nervousness)
- OCD and obsession
- Grief and loss
- Sexual disorders