So Boris has imposed new guidelines, Do you think it’s enough? As a therapist the uncertainty is certainly playing havoc with people’s emotions. The only good thing to come out of all this is that online Zoom sessions are proving to be as effective as one to one sessions. I will admit in the beginning I wasn’t as keen to do online sessions, I offered them but not with the same confidence as I have with One to One sessions. However, once I realised that this thing was here to stay for a lot longer. I knew I had to get onboard.
I updated my software, I updated my webcam. and then most importantly I updated my skills. I contacted former clients, first of all to ask if they wanted to be my guinea pigs. and then I got to work with them. Without exception all of them went into trance and all of them felt a shift. That was a great start. Now those people had done trance work before with me and knew how I worked, so now I had to do some work with people who had never seen me before. I offered my online services, but at a reduced rate so that I could try my online techniques. I received the enquires and they were happy to give it a go.
Now one funny story that did happen was with my second client. She was siting at her desk in a very nice leather chair. and I started to notice as she became more and more relaxed he started to slide down the chair a little. Now her camera was set quite high so I did most of the trance session talking to her forehead. Another session there were some very weird noises in the background that become more apparent as the session went on. Turns out my guinea pig had his own guinea pigs but in his bedroom. but I learnt from both those sessions and it was a huge learning curve.
I set myself a target of 6 clients to work online with and as long as they were happy and experienced the required changes. I was happy to proceed. I ended up working with 8 clients purely because 2 people contacted me after the time frame that I had advertised and both cases sounded interesting.
All the clients were very happy with the results and I felt confident enough to offer online to any future clients.
A new era was about to start.
So is online as good as one to one? Easy answer YES! I have done a blog on this before but there are advantages for clients to have online sessions. Lets highlight some of them.
- You stay in the comfort of your own home. Perhaps in your most comfortable chair or on your bed.
- No travelling. It’s not always convenient for people to get to me, what with children or work commitments.
- You may relax more being in your own surroundings.
- For those people who feel they may not be in control. (you always are by the way.) being in your own home, may settle you more.
- For me it also means I can extend my reach to include people that are not local.
- If you are unable to get to me or for any reason feel uncomfortable in a one to one sessions. Then online sessions using Skype or Zoom may just be the answer you are looking for.
By offering Online I can help people who don’t live close by or perhaps don’t like to travel, and in this period of uncertainty what with Covid, the less travel we do the better. If you want to know more email me at email@example.com or message me from my Facebook page at FB.me/adkin23
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And that’s it.
As long as your WIFI is not prone to dropping out then you will be good to go. Even if for any reason we lose connection, you will not be left in trance I promise you. Just find somewhere you can relax for an hour. Ideally with headphone and peace and quiet.
We will have a phone consultation first, make a date and time that suits you for the session. even if it’s late at night, once the kids are bed, that’s not a problem. The fee can be paid by BACs before the session. Once all that is in place, all you have to do is relax and let change happen.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Until next week, or possibly the week after
Have a great week or two.
Take care and stay safe.
Hypnotherapy in Suffolk, Essex and Cambridge. and online via Zoom