The desire for change must come from the test person.
Some people believe that their environment and the circumstances they are in have led them into a bad phase. And that if these circumstances change, it will also change their situation for the better.

Change is often associated with the belief that it is difficult and takes time. After all, they’ve had the problem for so long. Many have undergone long and partially or completely ineffective therapies.

The change itself immediately takes root internally, but it can take some time until the change affects the usual, conscious behavior or the client is used to it and his environment has adapted.

Hence the interest in audio files, exercises to implement or self-hypnosis taught to the client to reinforce what has been worked on in session.

After a successful session, a typical phenomenon of the client is to focus on what is not yet working and to ignore or underestimate progress.
It therefore makes sense to ask the client about the progress made after some time.

The change must be ecological for the customer.

Always check whether the change does not lead to a hidden disadvantage in the future, in all the effects that this change entails (projection of the result into the future).
Refrain from making the change if this is the case. Accordingly, the goal should be reformulated or checked to see whether there is another topic that is more important.

Our job is to facilitate change, not to impose our will, our way of thinking or even a choice on the customer. Simply provide them with the tools they need to make the change they have decided to make themselves.

The client wants a specific change by coming to the session. He doesn’t want your influence or value, he wants you to help him solve his problem.


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