Clinical Hypnosis is one of the main specialties at Viva Healthy Life – The Center for Holistic Medicine. Victor Tsan, CHP – Internationally known hypnotist, Life-Time Member of Royal Institute of Clinical Hypnosis in Great Britain. Dr. Victor Tsan graduated medical school of the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Chisinau, Moldova, and he did his first internship in psychotherapy at 1st Moscow State College of Medicine Dr. Victor Tsan received additional education in England at The Mindcare Organization, LTD which brought him to the list of 10 best hypnotists in the world. He became a lifetime Honorable member of the Royal Institute of Clinical Hypnosis in London, Great Britain. In 2011 Dr. Tsan Graduated the American school of hypnosis in Main (USA) Later that year Dr. Victor Tsan, CHP founded and established Viva Healthy Life – The Center for Holistic Medicine in Philadelphia Pennsylvania where he holds the position of a Medical Director and consultant in holistic and alternative methods of treatment. He also practices alternative medicine, Acupuncture, hypnosis, hypnotherapy, Reiki and Cupping Therapy.
I, Dr. Tsan, Medical Doctor and Best Hypnosis in Philadelphia at Viva Healthy Life will talk to the smallest, yet strongest part of you that can really make alterations in your body and mind – the subconscious mind.
Clinical Hypnosis Explained
Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy, during which a patient is put in a trance. While in this state, the patient is highly susceptible to suggestion. While the patient is in a trance the hypnotherapist is able to create a subconscious change in the patient. This change can bring about positive changes in the patients attitude, thoughts, behaviors or feelings. Hypnotherapy is not an esoteric procedure. In fact, there is hardly anyone who has not gone through a hypnotic trance each day. This trance is very similar to the short period of time between being awake and being asleep. The main purpose of Clinical Hypnosis is to encourage a patient towards stability with the application of methods that have proven to be beneficial over the years. When a patient is under the effect of Clinical Hypnosis, the hypnotherapist gets an opportunity to reach inside the subconscious mind and insert a few positive ideas in order to correct a disorder related to the psyche.
Clinical Hypnosis is an extended version of hypnosis which is very little known to most of the people.
Clinical Hypnosis can be defined as the traditional principles related to hypnosis which are blended in with other types of therapies such as behavioral or cognitive psychology and also the latest research in the field of psychology. So the procedure of exploring of patient’s brain in order to cure him internally becomes somewhat complex in nature. Plenty of information will come in and all the information should be interconnected in a proper manner to assist the therapist address patients’ problems correctly. A patient also has a choice to request that the therapist uses the analytic method in the case where the patient would rather decide to avoid talking about the main cause of the mental suffering. This method may also come in quite handy if a patient fails to provide acceptable answers to the questions of the hypnotherapist. Also, it is important to remember one very important concept; in conventional hypnosis, the answers provided by a patient will give the vital context upon which the sessions in the future will depend upon.
Why is Clinical Hypnosis necessary?
As we have discussed earlier, the rate of success of hypnotherapy totally depends upon the willingness of the individual who is hypnotized. A patient who desires change truly on a subconscious level will have a lot more success than a person who is simply searching for a way out. The main principle behind the practice of hypnotherapy is that you can not make a person do what he or she does not want to do. So in order for these treatments to work the patient must honestly want to experience the change. In addition to this, there is a multitude of other causes that could make Clinical Hypnosis unsuccessful. Some of these causes include drug abuse, other psychological conditions, or mental illness. As soon as Clinical Hypnosis practitioner considers the individual as a whole in addition to the circumstances around the mental distress, the chances of achieving success increases. The procedure could be impeded if a person has had a long history related to alcohol misuse, or by patients who are hallucinatory or delusional. Any kind of Clinical Hypnosis can also not be employed as the main treatment to cure any sort of pain. Pain is a response to an issue within the body. It must be taken seriously, and precautions must be taken to find the cause of the pain to prevent threatening circumstances. Hypnotherapy may be used to ease the pain temporarily but an expert should still be contacted for an initial evaluation to make sure that the “pain” symptom does not require more aggressive medical activities such as (surgery, prescription of antibiotics, and other life supporting procedures). Clinical Hypnosis creates very little risks. All types of Clinical Hypnosis can be applied on kids but not those who are very young. In order to know whether a child could be hypnotized, the hypnotist should first examine the duration of his or her attention span. If hypnotherapy is impossible, other types of therapies can also be used such as play therapy, storytelling, guided visualization, and art therapy. In general, Clinical Hypnosis can be applied as a recovering treatment with respect to phobias, locked memories of childhood, bad habit control, pain and stress management, sexual difficulties and even to improve performance in the academics. In addition to the above, there exist plenty of other advantages of hypnotherapy, but a majority of them help individuals to become healthier and stronger. Dr. Tsan has extensive experience in treating patients with alcohol addiction using hypnosis in combination with N(Nicotine)A(Alcohol)D(Drugs)A(Addiction)
Given below are some of the advantages as well as disadvantages of Clinical Hypnosis:
Advantages of Clinical Hypnosis:
A vast majority of a human’s life is operated by the subconscious brain. Unfortunately, the subconscious brain is very hard to access, as it is well, unconscious. The unconscious however is also extremely important to an individual’s health, motivation, and well-being. Being able to access the human subconscious is vitally important, as it can provide a solution to many of the problems that people are experiencing in modern society. Today, there is no other tool as good as Clinical Hypnosis to utilize a subconscious part of mental functions. Clinical Hypnosis has proven itself to be the most effective technique to reprogram an individuals’ subconscious mind. Clinical Hypnosis always creates the necessary changes in patients’ mental system that he/she would like to see. Clinical hypnosis can bring about a positive change in a person psyche that can hardly be achieved by any other means known to man. Hypnosis can help treat many conditions that would normally require very strong psychoactive substances, which sometimes have a severe toll on the human body. Hypnotherapy, on the other hand, would allow the patient to rid him or herself from the problem without having to expose themselves to the harmful side effects of psychoactive drugs.
Disadvantages of Clinical Hypnosis:
The sole disadvantage of hypnotherapy (Clinical Hypnosis) is that it may prove to be very difficult to find the right hypnotist. In addition, there exist no licenses or laws requirements in the majority of states with respect to such practices. The result is that any person may call himself a hypnotist. Those people could also charge a flat amount for the services. If you need more info about hypnosis for weight loss read here. To arrange your hypnotherapy session with Victor Tsan CHP or to get an advice click here, but before you are going to pay for professional hypnosis we recommend you to try self-hypnosis that can be helpful in a lot of cases. To learn more about Self-Hypnosis click here