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mamamoo
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13 Mar 2012, 11:04 am

Has anyone considered at any point having a child hypnotised to try get more deeply into the biggest problems at the moment (for example, socializing problems...agression...selfagression)?
Thanks, mamamoo



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13 Mar 2012, 12:42 pm

Generally speaking, aspies have a more difficult time achieving a hypnotic state than others. And even when you can, you have to remember that our differences are hardwired in our brains, not simply the result of subconscious motivators. As a tool, hypnosis can be useful for certain things, like relaxation, impulse control or memory recall, but it's not a replacement for good old fashioned therapy, so I wouldn't recommend trying it as a 'short cut' for anything.


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