Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Abuse

Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Abuse

Elizabeth was a vivacious and happy young woman with a dark past. Her father had verbally abused her for years, culminating in her running away from home during her teens. Behind her cheerful personality lay a lot of mistrust, fear, and a deep need for affirmation from other people which inhibited her own independence.

During her sessions, Elizabeth created her own inner “safe places”; mindsets where she was able to reconnect to positive emotions and feelings of safety. From there, she practiced experiencing increasingly challenging situations while still maintaining inner calm.

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