RTT Hypnotherapy for PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder: cognitive hypnotherapy, mindfulness, and acceptance-based treatment approaches

This PubMed article describes uses and impact of hypnotherapy as an intervention to help PTSD, demonstrating the correlations between CBT, mindfulness and hypnosis. The broader evidence and empirical data that supports the efficacy of hypnosis in treatment is discussed.

It describes

(a) empirical support for the use of hypnosis in treating a variety of conditions is considerable;

(b) how hypnosis is fundamentally a cognitive-behavioural intervention;

(c) how psychological interventions with a firm footing in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) are well-suited to treat the symptoms of PTSD; and

(d) hypnosis can be a useful adjunct to evidence-based cognitive-behavioural approaches, including mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions, for treating PTSD.

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Forest regularly uses RTT Hypnotherapy to help with adverse childhood experiences and trauma, as well as stress and PTSD related issues in adult life as a result of these background experiences.