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The field of hypnosis has many proponents offering many definitions, debates, thoughts and theories. The aim of this podcast is to embrace the diversity, explore the field and to help listeners learn greatly from the insight and experience of those that feature here.

Hypnosis Weekly with Adam Eason Adam Eason

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 36 Ratings

The field of hypnosis has many proponents offering many definitions, debates, thoughts and theories. The aim of this podcast is to embrace the diversity, explore the field and to help listeners learn greatly from the insight and experience of those that feature here.

    Episode 122 - Special UK Hypnosis Convention Edition

    Episode 122 - Special UK Hypnosis Convention Edition

    Episode 122 – Special UK Hypnosis Convention Edition








    Adam interviews James Brown, Anthony Jacquin, Sean Michael-Andrews and Jorgen Rasmussen about their latest work and the topics they are presenting on at this year’s UK Hypnosis Convention – it is an edition packed with golden nuggets and much insight.











    References from this week’s episode:





    *  The Website of the UK Hypnosis Convention.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 121 - Featuring Richard Hill

    Episode 121 - Featuring Richard Hill

    Episode 121 – Richard Hill








    Adam interviews this week’s guest, Richard Hill.

    This week’s ‘Hypnosis in the News’ section is replaced by Adam talking about the high volume of fake gurus the field of hypnotherapy boasts and what to do about them.

    This week’s discussion with guest Richard Hill discusses his work using a process of ‘Mirroring Hands’ as learned during his apprenticeship with Ernest Rossi, who in turn had worked closely with Milton Erickson.

    The Factoid of the week features a study examining the application of hypnosis for reducing postoperative pain in patients who had a rhinoplasty (nose job).







    References from this week’s episode:



    This Weeks Guest Links:



    * The Website of Richard Hill.

    * Richard Hill Mirroring Hands.

    * The Science of Psychotherapy.









    Additional References: 



    * Video: Hypnotherapy Gurus – How to Spot the Fake Leaders and What to do About It.



    Factoid of the Week:



    * The Effect of Hypnosis on Intraoperative Hemorrhage and Postoperative Pain in Rhinoplasty.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Episode 120 - Featuring Tracey Grist

    Episode 120 - Featuring Tracey Grist

    Episode 120 – Tracey Grist








    Adam interviews this week’s guest, Tracey Grist.

    This week’s ‘Hypnosis in the News’ section returns and features two stories that have been prominent in the news in recent weeks championing the use of hypnosis for weight reduction.

    This week’s discussion with guest Tracey Grist discusses her work with narcissistic abuse, complex trauma and also she goes on to talk about her role as chair of the National Council for Hypnotherapists, her vision for the organisation and the hypnotherapy field in general.

    The Factoid of the week features a study examining the application of hypnosis for enhancing the quality of life for women suffering from fibromyalgia.







    References from this week’s episode:



    This Weeks Guest Links:



    * The Website of Tracey Grist.

    * The NCH Website.









    Hypnonsis in the New Stories : Additional References: 



    *  Ben Fordham reveals how being HYPNOTISED to stop drinking beer and eating chocolate helped him lose an impressive 10kg in six months.

    * How this Auckland woman lost 30kg through hypnosis.



    Factoid of the Week:



    * Hypnosis for Management of Fibromyalgia.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 119 - Featuring Nicola Shubrook

    Episode 119 - Featuring Nicola Shubrook

    Episode 119 – Nicola Shubrook








    Adam interviews this week’s guest, Nicola Shubrook.

    This week’s ‘Hypnosis in the News’ section is replaced by Adam talking about why he wants more hypnotherapists to become “voices” rather than “echoes”.

    This week’s discussion with guest Nicola Shubrook highlights her functional medicine approach, she talks nutrition psychiatry and explains why gut health relates to brain health as she discusses her work using hypnotherapy and nutrition as her main modalities.

    The Factoid of the week features a study examining the willingness of individuals to try street hypnosis.







    References from this week’s episode:



    This Weeks Guest Links:



    * The Website of Nicola Shubrook.

    * The Urban Wellness Website.









    Additional References: 



    * History channel report on the Orson Wells radio induced hysteria event of 1928 – Welles scares nation.

    * The Skeptical Enquirer – The Pokemon Panic Of 1997.



    Factoid of the Week:



    * Factors That Contribute to the Willingness to Try “Street Hypnosis”.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 118 - Featuring Daniel Browne

    Episode 118 - Featuring Daniel Browne

    Episode 118 – Daniel Browne








    Adam interviews this week’s guest, Daniel Browne.

    This week’s ‘Hypnosis in the News’ section is replaced by Adam talking about why hypnotherapists must assert themselves effectively when it comes to their ongoing development and that all hypnotherapists have the right to be respected by leading peers.

    This week’s discussion with guest Daniel Browne discusses all things LGBT+ and seeks to explore the need for more hypnotherapists to know more in this regard.

    The Factoid of the week features a study examining the role of hypnotic suggestion in developing past life identities.







    References from this week’s episode:



    This Weeks Guest Links:



    *

    The Website of Daniel Browne.











    Additional References: 



    * Video: Hypnotherapists, You Have The Right To Be Respected By Leading Peers.

    * Video: Why The Hypnotherapy Field Needs To Know How To Take Criticism and Stop Being Defensive.



    Factoid of the Week:



    * Creating Past-Life Identity in Hypnotic Regression.

    • 44 min
    Episode 117 - Featuring Graham Webber

    Episode 117 - Featuring Graham Webber

    Episode 117 – Graham Webber








    Adam interviews this week’s guest, Graham Webber.

    This week’s ‘Hypnosis in the News’ section is replaced by Adam talking about hypnotherapist conspiracy theorists and how to debunk them.

    This week’s discussion with guest Graham Webber discusses all things continued professional development.

    The Factoid of the week features a study exploring the use of hypnotic suggestion as a means of advancing the enjoyment of reading and has some major implications for educational applications of hypnosis.







    References from this week’s episode:



    This Weeks Guest Links:



    *

    The Facebook Group of Graham Webber’s Online Meetups.



    * The Website of Graham Webber.



    Hypnosis in the News Stories: 



    * Neighbours: Andrea has a frightening flashback during hypnosis session with Karl.

    * ‘Days of Our Lives’ spoilers: Ben under hypnosis remembers Claire’s ringtone at the cabin.









    Additional References: 



    * Video: How To Debunk Conspiracy Theorist Hypnotherapists.



    Factoid of the Week:



    * The Effect of a Suggestion to Generate Interest in a Reading in Highly Hypnotizable People: A Promising Use in Education.

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Warren York ,

Wonderful podcast

A fantastic series of podcasts for hypnotherapists and the curious. Many approaches are explored and this is a great resource to widen our knowledge on the various approaches to hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Highly recommended.

Ukpaul83 ,

Essential listening for all

As the title implies, this is essential listening for everyone in all fields of change work and those interested in the wonders of the mind, with all ranges of experience.
I absolutely love the fact that we get to hear the different perspectives from so many different 'experts' in this field, and others. Adam has the right amount of knowledge and know how to keep the guests and listeners entertained and informed whilst still being able to keep it light hearted.
Its facinating hearing the debates and difference of opinions in this still developing field and all done in a respectful tone. I really get the impression that Adam, the guests and myself are all learning new things on every episode.
There is so much ground covered in every Podcast that i will be going back over all episodes again as there is no way to take it all in.
The notes that accompany each Podcast are brilliant and have links to all topics and reference material mentioned.
Thank you very much for you continued work in this incredible field.

Tim Hearn ,

Highly recommended

Adam's 'Hypnosis Weekly' podcasts are a treat. Every guest on the show has a unique story to tell about how they came to enter this fascinating field and are generous to share insights into their own approach. It is an amazing resource and has provided me with a springboard to investigate further, some of the successful strategies of the leading lights in the field of hypnotherapy today. Highly recommended.

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