Bien dans ma tête, Bien dans mon corps
Hypnosis is the art of getting a person to connect to the heart of themselves and to guide them in the use of the often unsuspected abilities of their brain.
Ericksonian hypnosis is an approach to hypnosis characterized by its flexibility, its indirect side and a total adaptation to the way each individual works. It is the legacy of Milton Erickson who was a psychiatrist who became a communicator and an exceptional communications strategist. This character and his practice inspired the creation of some currents of modern psychotherapy such as NLP, systemic, family therapy, etc.
“It’s really amazing what people can do. Only they don't know everything they can do. "
Today, hypnosis has made a comeback in hospitals and its appearance in dentists, midwives and other health professions as well as in other non-medical fields. It is also increasingly recognized by the general public as a practice that has proven to be effective for therapeutic applications such as personal development. On the scientific side, neuroscience connects discoveries and research on the brain, its functioning, and agrees on the presence in each of us of an often untapped facet of our resources and skills, which we can use. In our practice we often name this part of ourselves the unconscious.
“In hypnosis, you stop using your conscious mind; in hypnosis, you start to use your unconscious mind. Because subconsciously, you know as much and even much more than you know consciously ”