Children Hypnotherapy, anyone knows about this?

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Children Hypnotherapy, anyone knows about this?

Postby sally72 » Fri Mar 27, 2009 6:30 pm

My son has concentration problem in his studies and has done his test papers without reading the questions...basically just fill in the "numbers" or something leave it "blank" :!: and his is P5 now!!
This "die hard" problem always bothering us and people recommend to bring him to see a children Hypnotherapy. Anyone can share your experience with me to help my boy? :wink:

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Re: Children Hypnotherapy, anyone knows about this?

Postby ChiefKiasu » Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:00 pm

sally72 wrote:My son has concentration problem in his studies and has done his test papers without reading the questions...basically just fill in the "numbers" or something leave it "blank" :!: and his is P5 now!!
This "die hard" problem always bothering us and people recommend to bring him to see a children Hypnotherapy. Anyone can share your experience with me to help my boy? :wink:


Hi sally72, do you know if he actually understand the material and concepts and is just bored? Or if he doesn't understand it and is just frustrated? If it is the later, you probably just need a good tutor who can turn him around.

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Hypnotherapy

Postby sally72 » Wed May 13, 2009 3:34 pm

I would like to share my experience with you...
After my son had 3 sessions of hypnotherapy
Believe it or not....
He becomes more confident and positive towards his studies.

Previously he unable to sleep alone, now he has been sleeping alone for last 2 weeks without nightmare. During bedtime, he will tell me : " Mummy, I'm confident and I can do it !". I think it's part of self-hypnosis to set positive mindset. :idea:

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Re: Hypnotherapy

Postby Miracle Child » Wed May 13, 2009 4:04 pm

sally72 wrote:I would like to share my experience with you...
After my son had 3 sessions of hypnotherapy
Believe it or not....
He becomes more confident and positive towards his studies.

Previously he unable to sleep alone, now he has been sleeping alone for last 2 weeks without nightmare. During bedtime, he will tell me : " Mummy, I'm confident and I can do it !". I think it's part of self-hypnosis to set positive mindset. :idea:


Hi sally72,

I have heard of this before from a friend. But the friend said she was not present during the hypnotherapy sessions and so she is not sure how it works. How much did you have to pay for the sessions? Did the therapist describe how it works, why does it work, etc.? Very curious....

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Postby sally72 » Wed May 13, 2009 4:38 pm

Hi
It cost $200 per session.
I was not with my son during the therapy.
The therapist will play some "mind talking" with him and my son expressed that he felt "very light" after each session.

After each session, the therapist will explain to us why the child behaves in this manner and how to overcome his fear or anxious.

She told us that the child must have the willingness to do better if not she also cannot help him to overcome it.

I shall share more details after he completed the 8 sessions therapy.
Many of friends think I'm CRAZY to pay this much for the therapy...but when you see your child being "lost" and giving-up his studies ( example: leaving blank in test papers and restless) , you will know how I feel.

:celebrate:

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Postby Miracle Child » Wed May 13, 2009 4:45 pm

sally72 wrote:Hi
It cost $200 per session.
I was not with my son during the therapy.
The therapist will play some "mind talking" with him and my son expressed that he felt "very light" after each session.

After each session, the therapist will explain to us why the child behaves in this manner and how to overcome his fear or anxious.

She told us that the child must have the willingness to do better if not she also cannot help him to overcome it.

I shall share more details after he completed the 8 sessions therapy.
Many of friends think I'm CRAZY to pay this much for the therapy...but when you see your child being "lost" and giving-up his studies ( example: leaving blank in test papers and restless) , you will know how I feel.

:celebrate:


Hi, thanks for sharing....I can imagine your anxiety (about blank test papers)...being parents, we will do all we can within our means to help our children...I can surely can understand that.

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Postby ChiefKiasu » Wed May 13, 2009 8:21 pm

sally72 wrote:... I shall share more details after he completed the 8 sessions therapy.
Many of friends think I'm CRAZY to pay this much for the therapy...but when you see your child being "lost" and giving-up his studies ( example: leaving blank in test papers and restless) , you will know how I feel.

:celebrate:


sally72, thanks for sharing your experience! I'm really happy that it is working out for your son.

People who think you are crazy for doing what you are doing are probably not parents themselves, or who never had to deal with the kinds of problems you face.

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Postby luvmum » Thu May 14, 2009 9:48 am

sally72 wrote:Hi
I shall share more details after he completed the 8 sessions therapy.
Many of friends think I'm CRAZY to pay this much for the therapy...but when you see your child being "lost" and giving-up his studies ( example: leaving blank in test papers and restless) , you will know how I feel.

:celebrate:


Hi Sally72,

I can understand what you mean. My child also requires therapy and the sum I spent on him is also not small. Many of those who know it tells me they will not spend this kind of money. They are saying so becos they dun need to deal with the probl I have. So until the needle poke onto you, you will never know what is pain. :roll:

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Re: Children Hypnotherapy, anyone knows about this?

Postby sea » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:39 pm

hi parents,

I would like to get more feedbacks from parents who has sent their children for hypnotherapy. Does it really help? My DD is a child with no confident & sad to say she is lacking behind in studies. She is p5 this year. :?:

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Re: Children Hypnotherapy, anyone knows about this?

Postby troubled » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:43 pm

Hi,

Does this therapy helps with behaviour as well??

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