Eventually the nanny who was family friend adopted her after a court battle and it was around this time that her maternal grandmother would try and kidnap her from school.
In order to hypothesise the root causes of client B’s symptoms and to construct a potential hypnoanalysis treatment plan and required outcome it is insightful to begin by constructing a plethora of different styles of questions e.g. open, closed, reflective and Socratic and present them to the client upon initial consultation so that a concise, thorough analysis of their issues can be explored and to uncover any behaviours which the client uses to reduce anxiety or fear for only then will be possible to accurately assess their symptoms.
In addition to this by carefully examining client B’s predicament with in accordance to Socratic questioning it is possible to avoid jumping to any hasty false assumptions about the nature of her problems.
By gathering clear and concise information it is also possible to assess whether the client’s presenting symptoms correlate with the type of therapy hypnoanaylsis endorses.
Such a statement echoes an ethical concern that hypnoanaylsis must only be used if it forms congruence with the client’s needs and that the therapist is able to ultimately justify that the former is unable to associate their patterns of cognitions with events in their life.
In order to put the concept of hypnoanaylsis in context to it is utility within the realm of the hypnotic world it is imperative to give an appropriate definition and trace its theoretical underpinnings
According to Jerome Mortimer Schneck in his thesis “The principles and practise of hypnoanaylsis” Hypnoanaylsis is best defined “as an area of psychotherapy which combines the principles and practises of psychoanalysis with the principles and practises of hypnotherapy.” (Schneck page 3)
Its central aim, through a process of regression and free association is to derive the catalyst of the psychological and...