Hypnotherapy Theory

Dr. Kweethai bases the hypnotherapy training she conducts on her iChange Therapy™ process. Some strategies within that process are quite familiar to traditional hypnotherapy training. Others are derived from Dr. Kweethai's extensive study of therapy-related modalities, including the integration of eastern energy medicine with western allopathic medicine.

Introduction to the energy component of iChange Therapy

Measuring a client's energy with dowsing rods.

How to interpret chakra blockages to a client. Demonstration of 2 approaches to energy work on volunteers.

A brief summary of Dr. Kweethai's path into energy work

Traumatized brain in the domestic war zone

The 9 Ps of being a professional hypnotherapist
If you want a solid structure, begin with a sound foundation.

Our worst fear can be transmuted
Fear of “not being good enough” can be transmuted to self-love via affirmations

Carbohydrate control - Eating plan
You cannot cut carbs if you do not know what you are eating - Life Enhancement Training
Child communication
A primer on communication skills to produce happy, capable children

Part 1, Introduction; Part 2, Speak positively; Part 3, Speak in the present; Part 4, Validate feelings; Part 5, Double bind; Part 6, Reframe from negative to positive; Part 7, Educate; Part 8, Redirect, rehearse, reinforce desirable behaviors

For Confidence, Enable Yourself
Transmute limiting beliefs to enabling beliefs to create confidence in a positive direction

Primal (food) desire
Even health professionals make bad health choices (by necessity)

Living on Impulse (Part 1)
"I'll do better tomorrow" turns bad choices into bad habits

Living on Impulse (Part 2)
Metabolic syndrome is the consequence of habitual poor nutrition choices

Living on Impulse (Part 3) Cope or Adapt
It is hard to cope when you can’t see the water you swim in; but adaptation is dangerous as well.

Living on Impulse (Part 4)
Only cartoon characters live long and prosper by giving in to primal urges.

Living on Impulse (Addendum)
Slow adaptation just prolongs suffering. When you have suffered enough, it’s time to change.