Computer and Technology Enhanced Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy.
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Computer and Technology Enhanced Hypnotherapy and
For hundreds of thousands of years humankind has sought to change the way in which we think, feel
and behave through external mechanisms. As our knowledge and technologies have evolved such
mechanisms have included religion, music, recreational drugs and alcohol, psychotherapy,
philosophical self-help, biofeedback, electrical convulsive therapy and psycho pharmacological
With each new era of technological innovation we seem to experimentally apply those innovations to our
own minds. The results are as varied as the individuals to which they are applied or adopted - what
works for one person is seen as ineffective or even damaging by another person. Such is the nature of
the human experience.
Now in the 21st Century our desire to change how we think and feel is as strong as ever, perhaps more
so as more and more people come to have the expectation and belief that we should be able to control
how we think and feel and behave. What has changed over the last few decades are the number of routes
available to achieve that change and the ready availability of many of those routes with the advent of the
personal computer and the internet.
Mechanisms that were once only available via specialists are now often freely available to anyone with
access to a computer or phone - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year. Changing how we
think, feel and behave has almost become a religion in its own right. Commandments have become
presuppositions, prophets have become self-help gurus.
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