Remote hypnosis sessions on Skype or ZOOM


Remote Hypnosis sessions are for adults only.

You can download the Skype app on your PC or Labtop

Here is a link to do so :

https://www.skype.com/fr/get-skype/

Skype is a free application
 and so is ZOOM 

Here is a link to download the Zoom application

https://zoom.us/fr-fr/meetings.html 

Sessions take place by video in the same way as a session in the office.

I begin by asking you specific questions to better understand your problem and then we proceed to the session of therapeutic hypnosis.

You will need a headset or earphones (so that I can talk to you directly in your ears), be comfortably seated in a chair that supports your head and position your camera so that I can see the upper part of your body (head, thorax and hands). Make sure not to be disturbed during the session. Shut down all sources of trouble (phone, laptop, tablet, Internet mail, etc ...). Prepare a glass of water next to you.

Note: Remote hypnosis sessions are just as effective as face-to-face sessions in my Hpnotherapy Practice.

I work in this way with many people outside Reunion (France, Australia, Nez-Zealand, Europe) and get very good results in these sessions.

 

PRICE : €100 (all taxes included)

To book a remote Hypnosis session, click on this link: 
http://bit.ly/2WgzqYf

Your appointment will be confirmed immediately upon receipt of payment and you'll receive an invoice.

You'll be redirected to my Calendly Page to make an online appointment.

 Should you have any trouble booking a session, please contact me by e-mail

 

 Hope to have the great pleasure to help you get rid  - or at least, improve - your ailment

Anne-Laurence

 

Please read the text highlighted in yellow underneath before making an appointment on line

From the GHSC Code of Ethics

https://www.general-hypnotherapy-register.com/code-of-ethics/

 

ONLINE & REMOTE THERAPY

All Practitioners shall undertake to:

32. Be aware of, and familiarise themselves with, the differences between online and face to face therapy and the impact that online work can have on the relationship between therapist and client and on the therapeutic process in general.

33. Possess the ability to carry out appropriate client assessments and shall ensure client suitability for online work prior to commencement of therapy.

34. Obtain appropriate insurance to cover online work.

35. Satisfy themselves that the client has presented their true identity.

36. Ensure that the client has read, understood and agreed their personal contract for working online prior to commencement of therapy.

(N.B. The contract should include, but not necessarily be limited to, confirmation by the client of the following:

i) That they are not suffering from any diagnosed psychiatric condition, psychological illness or epilepsy and are not under the supervision of a psychiatrist.

ii) That they have provided the correct address and contact details of their online location.

iii) That they have provided the correct name and full practice address and telephone number of their GP and that they authorise the therapist to contact the GP if the therapist regards it as essential for either the wellbeing of the client or others.

iv) That they will take part in all sessions free from the influence of either alcohol or drugs and will provide a list of any prescription medicines they are currently taking.

v) That they will ensure that the environment in which sessions are undertaken shall be safe and free from distractions and will inform the therapist if there is anyone else present or monitoring the session.

vi) That they will not record the session (either by sound or visual means) without prior permission from the therapist.

vii) That they understand and accept that the therapist may terminate the session without warning if the therapist should determine that the session has been booked for some purpose other than to receive therapy, and that should this occur, the client will remain liable for any session fee that may have been paid in advance.

37. Obtain an agreed back-up number or text arrangement in case of technology failure, and a third-party emergency contact number.

38. Ensure that the client has a clear understanding of what to do in the event of server or computer breakdown or other loss of communication.

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