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I was editor of the Hypnotherapy Journal for 9 years and served on the committee of the national Council for Hypnotherapy for a further five years as Director of Supervision and Ethics.
In addition to running training courses and writing I also have a private practice in Harley Street.
In my spare time I love walking with my wife and miniature Schnauzers Betty and Fred, reading and fitness training.
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Using the latest research from neuroscience, evolutionary psychology and NLP, this book describes:
How past learning guides us now, and how misinterpretation of our childhood experiences can shape our present.
How much of our behaviour is unconscious and often not in our direct control.
The matrix model of behaviour that can accurately map the process of a problem.
How our neurological levels organise our version of reality.
Wordweaving takes this knowledge and integrates it into a modern understanding of hypnosis to form the most complete step-by-step method for learning powerful hypnotic language.
The Wordweaving system teaches you how to:
Aim suggestions specifically at the key points of the client's problem;
Resolve problems by using the natural trance states we experience while experiencing the problem.
Linguistically frame the suggestion using the elegant and subtle language patterns from NLP to give it maximum impact.
"Wordweaving is the most significant advance in hypnotic language since the Structure of Magic by Bandler and Grinder in the '70s." Dr Shaun Brookhouse
"I would recommend this book unreservedly to anyone involved in the process of change, whether assisting others therapeutically, or simply for personal growth. It will prove invaluable!" Fiona Biddle Executive Director National Council for Hypnotherapy
Trevor Silvester is a Harley Street therapist and author of Lovebirds who is revolutionising the way we understand human nature.
Grow! is a distillation of over 20 years of experience as a therapist applied to the task of raising happy children.
Your children develop primarily in response to your influence, says Trevor. Writing with wonderful wit and clarity, he shows why parents need to nurture their own personal growth so their children can grow to become who they want to be. He shows how parents can overcome their own limitations so they don't pass them onto their children, and how best to guide the young toward becoming strong, resilient and fulfilled adults.
Trevor identifies two ways of being in the world; we're either in a state of growth or a state of protection, and he argues that our interpretation of childhood events, and modern culture, often needlessly trigger us into a state of protection, leaving us anxious, fearful and unwilling to live life fully. Grow! describes strategies for keeping us, parents and children, in a state of growth.
Using eight parenting mantras to guide you, he shares valuable lessons gained from the latest scientific research, as well as many hours in the therapy room. Incorporating them into your parenting will improve your child's wellbeing enormously. Incorporating them into your life will improve everything.
To assist in making these new ideas habitual in the shortest space of time, Trevor has also created a series of downloads for you to listen to, using principles of unconscious influence that have been proven to work.
The book describes a theory of mind that explains why we do the things that limit our lives, and why we can take control and change ourselves. It then explains how by weaving a comprehensive selection of interventions into a creative model that assists therapists in making the most appropriate choices, all of which make it essential reading for anyone working in this field.
The key readership is likely to be practising hypnotherapists, counsellors and psychotherapists, although anybody interested in the field will find this a fascinating read.
Over three books the author has developed this approach to create a compelling and compre-hensive model of therapy.
In his first, Wordweaving: The Science of Suggestion, the author describes a modern ap-proach to the use of hypnotic language which uses the client’s own words to lead them towards their desired outcome. It frees you from the need for scripts and shows how to create unique suggestions that fit each client’s way of thinking.
In this book, The Question is the Answer, the framework of Cognitive Hypnotherapy is de-scribed in detail, taking you from the first session with a client all the way through to a successful conclusion. It teaches you questions that lead you to the heart of both the client’s problem and solution, and shows you how to use the answers to create compelling suggestions and guide your choice of intervention.
In the third book, Cognitive Hypnotherapy: What’s that about and How can I use it? Two simple questions for change, the author closes the circle by describing a theory of mind that explains why we do the things that limit our lives, and why we can take control and change ourselves. It then goes on to explain how, by weaving a comprehensive selection of interven-tions into a creative model that assists therapists in making the most appropriate choices.
Taken together, these books provide a vibrant new direction for therapy.
Contains free audio downloads
Trevor Silvester is a Harley Street hypnotherapist and couples coach of over twenty years experience. In How to Click he teaches you how to build on your confidence, relax, and be yourself on dates. By building on simple steps, you will learn how to be more confident, and read the non-verbal signs to find love.
Going on a date? Hijacked by a nervous version of yourself? Trevor Silvester shows you how to avoid pitfalls like these and reveals exercised to help you maximise the 'click' factor.
With his quick and easy guide to recognising psychological types, Trevor shows you how to become a dating Jedi!
The book also contains exclusive free audio downloads to help you go through the door to meet your date brimming with confidence and likeability.