Joseph Onesta joins me today to share how to work with really difficult clients. He highlights how imagination can improve health as well as well-being. He shares an example of how to harness cognitive buy-in and the benefits of referrals and knowing the limits of what you can do. He also shares tips on working with demanding clients, including spotting pivot points, the multi-session approach, and treating symptoms instead of conditions.
Joseph is the board-certified clinical hypnosis practitioner at Mind Power Pittsburgh; a practice focused on helping people achieve the change they want. Joseph is passionate about helping clients living with anxiety or chronic pain, as well as helping people with weight loss and smoking cessation.
“It could be as simple as a reframe.” – Joseph Onesta
- How imagination can affect health and well-being.
- An example of how to harness cognitive buy-in.
- How giving referrals results in referrals for your practice.
- Why sincerity and integrity are vital.
- Knowing what you can and can’t do.
- Spotting pivot points in really difficult clients.
- The weaknesses of the one-session approach.
- Treating symptoms instead of conditions.
- Why you need to learn more than one hypnotherapy tool.
- The value of processing through what you have done with a client.
- Hypnosis and fasting strategies.
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