Episode 115 – Tim Box
Adam interviews this week’s guest, Tim Box.
This week’s ‘Hypnosis in the News’ section is replaced by Adam picking up where he left off last week and talking about how hypnotherapists can apply scientific thinking to their work and life as a hypnotherapist.
This week’s discussion with guest Tim Box discusses Tim’s approach to dealing with anxiety, but importantly discusses some of his key challenges and issues with the way mental health is explained and dealt with in the mainstream.
The Factoid of the week features a long-term follow-up study exploring the use of self-hypnosis as a means of reducing headaches among children.
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References from this week’s episode:
- More Tea Vicar? Bertrand Russell’s Teapot Theory & That Big Hypnosis Field Discussion.
- Another Scientific Reason For Hypnotherapists to Abandon the Myth of the Unconscious Mind – Cognitive Bias.
- Critical Thinking: Its Importance and Ways to Improve It.
- Independent Thinking: How to Be an Independent Thinker.
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