Episode 60 – Featuring Dr Fredric Mau

Adam interviews Dr Fredric Mau

Dr Fredric Mau

Adam interviews Dr Fredric Mau – Hypnosis in the news features a couple of recent media stories, one that is hilarious, one that is simply wonderful and research based, and Adam also speaks on a topic he feels strongly about – The discussion of the week with Fredric Mau explores his approach to using narrative therapy within his hypnotherapy client work and showcases some of the work of his recent book on the subject – The factoid of the week showcases an impressive study that examines how self-hypnosis training among veterans can effect pain and sleep quality.

References from this week’s episode:

The website of Fredric Mau, Watermark Hypnosis & Brief Counselling:

Evidence Based Fact of Week:

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2 comments on “Episode 60 – Featuring Dr Fredric Mau
  1. Hello Adam,
    I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for another year of insightful, entertaining and informative podcasts.
    As a hypnotherapist who has only just started my practice in the last 18 months, your enthusiasm for the field, and hypnotherapy as a business has consistently led me to rethink ideas, practices and most importantly new skills and insights for my clients.
    I particularly enjoyed the podcasts with Anthony Jacquin, to which I have re-listened to a number of times.

    Thank you also for the ‘evidence based factoids’ which came in handy for a letter I wrote to the Australian Government in support of continued fee assistance for hypnotherapy and hypnotherapy schools.

    Wishing you all the best in 2017!

    Benn Luscombe
    Dip.Clin.Hyp, NLP Prac. BA Communication

    • Adam Eason says:

      Thanks for taking the time to write and say so Benn, I appreciate it.

      Excuse the tardy response time, the backend of the site thought you were a spam comment!

      Good luck with your continuing career in this field of ours and I send you my very best wishes, Adam.

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