According to the Institute of Clinical Hypnosis, there are many types of hypnotherapy: Suggestion Hypnotherapy (referred to as the "hypnosis" above), Ericksonian Hypnotherapy
, Psychoanalytic Hypnotherapy and Multimodal Hypnotherapy.
Miller); Possibility Therapy (William O'Hanlon); the Strengths Perspective (Dennis Saleebey, Charles Cowger); Narrative Therapy (Michael White, David Epston); and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy (Stephen Lankton, Stephen Gilligan).
Erickson's pioneering ideas, embedded in Solution-Focused (Brief) Therapy, Possibility Therapy, and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, are seminal to the model described here.
The full resources of hypnotic phenomena can be mobilised to modify physiology utilising similar techniques in the modalities of traditional and Ericksonian hypnotherapy
. Four basic requirements for healing are: relaxation, desire, belief and imagery of the goal itself.
Erickson Society, Dayton, Ohio) describes eclectic interventions that he draws upon: e.g., Ericksonian hypnotherapy
, Talmon's single session therapy, solution-oriented approaches, and ceremonies for life transitions.