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Old April 26th, 2011, 07:57 PM
emdrhypno emdrhypno is offline
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Default Jeff/Stephen: are you still checking this site?

I'm just wondering if this is still happening or if you guys have abandoned it. I check it every once in a while to see if there's anything interesting worth reading...or if either of you had responded to the question I asked a few months ago
I'm sure I'm not the only one who'd appreciate knowing if this thread is dead, so to speak.
It'd be a pity if that's the case!! You guys have so much wisdom and I've always appreciated what you've had to say.
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Old May 22nd, 2011, 07:50 AM
F. A. Zadeh F. A. Zadeh is offline
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Default Re: Jeff/Stephen: are you still checking this site?

Dear, they might have had wisdom, but they have nothing new to add.
Even the old stuff, not as effective as they claimed. Three decades after Erickson, with hundreds of thousands of trained Ericksonian Hypnotherapists, how much Hypno-Anesthesia have u seen? Do u know anybody with severe Depression treated with Ericksonian Hypnosis? Any Panic Attacks treated? terminal Cancer pains? Migraines?
Tell us please, what do u think this Hypnosis is capable of treating for sure?
This is precisely why they abandoned this forum...
Go find urself something that works...
Good Luck...
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Old July 18th, 2011, 01:11 PM
HMatthews HMatthews is offline
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Default Re: Jeff/Stephen: are you still checking this site?

To F.A. Zadeh,
You were asking what hypnosis is capable of. I perosnally have used hypnosis with clients for a range of issues including unresolved grief, chronic non-organic pain,painless child birth, panic attacks, a huge range of phobias, a client who was needing treatment for throat cancer but was so terrified of the radio-therapy machine(acute claustrophobia and panic attacks) he was seriously considering just letting the cancer take him,as well as the more run of the mill issues such as weight control, smoking cessation, exam nerves, etc. I am not really concerned if the moderators have nothing new to add; many of the forum members will so I continue to visit to see what is happening.
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