Roger Moore joins me today to share his work on hypnosis for dementia. He describes how he works with people who have cancer, chronic pain, and autoimmune diseases and the highlights the benefits of short-session self-hypnosis. He shares his first experiences of working with people with dementia and Alzheimer’s, using favorite memories and music, and why it is important to also help the caregivers and family members of people with these conditions. Roger also discusses his techniques for working with people on weight loss.
Roger is the author and the Founder of the Roger Moore Institute of Hypnotherapy, an organization dedicated to medical hypnosis coaching. Roger has a 45-year long career working in the field of counseling and in delivering healthcare services. He is a worldwide expert in medical hypnosis and has worked in hospitals and cancer centers, as well as in his private practice, since 1997. Roger is a Certified Counselor & Registered Hypnotherapist with a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy.
“Be open to the possibilities of what hypnosis can do for people and for what people can do for themselves using hypnosis.” – Roger Moore
- Roger’s career, introduction to hypnosis, training, and mentors.
- How Roger works with weight loss and offers a 60-90 minute, no charge consultation.
- Setting out what you expect the client to do.
- Specializing in medical hypnosis and working with people who have cancer, autoimmune diseases, dementia, and chronic pain.
- Turning daily tracking logs upside down and tracking comfort over discomfort.
- The benefits of teaching The Light Switch Self-Hypnosis Technique to clients.
- Roger’s first experiences of working with people who have Alzheimer’s and dementia.
- Helping caregivers and family members of people who have dementia.
- Why recordings and regular self-hypnosis techniques are vital.
- The role of the client’s favorite memories and favorite music for creating lasting comfort.