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What you Need to Know Before Choosing a Hypnotherapist

The following case histories highlight the main reasons why consumers need to be very careful when choosing a hypnotherapist.

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How the New Age Hijacks 12 Step Programs

EG writes: "I am willing to accept that the 12 step programs are new age with the "God as you understand him" placed in the steps. My husband got over an addiction to alcohol  in 1981 through Alcoholic Anonymous and remained sober till his death in 1998....One of the things I have noticed is that the program members are getting involved in the "Course in Miracles", and I know of members who are starting Self Help Seminar programs that are using some AA materials but without "that god stuff". Could I get some clarification on this as I find it confusing." 

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Why the Polyvagal Theory is so Controversial

SMJ: “My therapist recently suggested that he’d like to employ a theoretical therapy based on the polyvagal theory. However, when I looked it up online, a lot of the practitioners were very New Agey and Wikipedia called it ‘unproven’. Is this something I should get involved in?”

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Bad Vibes from the Sterling Institute for Relationships

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We recently had a request to look into a motivational training program known as The Sterling Institute of Relationship and what we found was quite a bit controversy surrounding this outfit.

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