Regression Hypnotherapy – table of contents

Transcripts of Transformation Volume I
The Regression Therapy Training Guide

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REGRESSION HYPNOTHERAPY: Transcripts of Transformation
the new book by Randal Churchill

Table of Contents – 427 pages



1. Regression Hypnotherapy and Its Profound Potential

    The Power of Regression
    The Relevance of Regression to the Practice of Hypnotherapy
    Transformation and the Mind-Body Connection
    Churchill’s Recipe for Outstanding Therapy
    In Perspective

2. Uses of Regression to Non-Traumatic Experiences

    Finding Lost Valuables
    Remembering Important Details
    Exploring Wish Fulfillment Dreams
    Keith’s Life-Saving Dream

3. Uses of Regression to Traumatic Experiences

    Checking for Subconscious Permission
    Regression without Consciously Recalling Memories
    Recall of Memories with Emotional Detachment
    Working with Memories and Emotions
    Summary of Major Steps in Emotional Clearing Regression

4. Accessing Gestalt Methods

    Establishing Dialogue
    Concept of Maturation
    Gestalt Strategies in the Context of Hypnosis and Regression
    Creating Ideal Parents
    Mistakes to Avoid and Directions to Take with Gestalt

5. Utilizing Ideomotor Signals in Regression

    Establishing Ideomotor Responses
    Examples of Eliciting Responses

6. Direct vs Indirect Suggestion

    Understanding the Broad Context of Suggestion
    The Myth of the Inherent Superiority of Indirect Suggestion
    Toward an Accurate Representation of Erickson and the Field of Hypnotherapy

7. Mary’s Fear of Public Speaking
    Humiliated in Grade School

8. Sophie’s Grief
    Saying Goodbye to Grandma

9. Ericka’s Difficulty with Boundaries
    The Little Girl Who Had to be Grown-Up

10. Kenn’s Terror of Further Neck Surgery
    The Former Gambler Stooped with Shame

11. Questions and Answers

12. Beneath Janine’s Sabotage of Her Success
    The Real Issue Explored

13. Jacquie’s Attraction of Unhealthy Relationships
    Nary a Sensitive, Successful Man to be Found

14. Recovered Memories
    Reclaiming Logic on Both Sides of the Controversy

    The Recovery of Memories
    The Controversy
    The Power of Suggestion
    Some Therapists in Denial
    Toward a Balanced Perspective
    Effective Procedures for Recovering, Revivifying and Enhancing Accurate Memories
    The Purpose of Therapy

15. Christine’s Overwhelming Responsibilities
    The Breech Birth: “I Can’t Do It”

16. Ron’s Mysterious Heartache
    Discovering the Source of His Sadness

17. Pat’s Struggles from Abuse
    The Baby Who Didn’t Dare Cry

    Follow-up Session

18. Lynette’s Lack of Confidence
    The Teenager Who Couldn’t Stand Up For Herself

19. Craig’s Lingering Resentment
    The Absent Father

    Follow-Up Session

20. Gerrie’s Fear of Abandonment
    A Year in a Drawer

21. Hypnotic Dreamwork as Regression
    The Integration of Gestalt Dreamwork and Hypnotherapy

    The Gestalt Perspective on Dreamwork
    Accessing the Subconscious with Gestalt Dreamwork Methods
    Combining Additional Hypnotic Processes with Gestalt Dreamwork
    Common Steps in Hypnotic Dreamwork

22. Marilyn’s Dream
    The Crumbling Mountain


annotated bibliography