In talking with other hypnotherapists and psychotherapists it’s clear that many have only a small range of techniques and interventions to draw upon. We believe it’s important that hypnotherapists and psychotherapists have a wide range of interventions (treatment elements) to draw upon to create tailored and flexible treatment plans for each client. Here’s the current list of […]Read More
Articles about problem-solving therapy (PST).
Review of the book Developing Resilience, A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach, by Michael Neenan.Read More
Problem-Solving Therapy (PST) is a brief evidence-based cognitive-behavioural therapy that attempts to help clients improve their skill and confidence with regard to solving their life problems in general. This article explores the potential for combining PST with hypnotherapy.Read More
Recent advances in the cognitive therapy of generalised anxiety disorder have focused on the role “intolerance of uncertainty” plays in triggering and maintaining chronic worry, this article provides a brief outline of the approach.Read More
This short article discusses “decatastrophising” methods used in CBT to alleviate anxiety in relation to catastrophic thinking.Read More
This simple one-page form contains questions that can be used to help with creative problem-solving training.Read More
This article explores in detail the use of “persuasion” methods derived from Paul Dubois and re-eduction derived from Austen Riggs in Lews Wolberg’s apprach to hypnosis and psychotherapy, comparisons are made with contemporary cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).Read More