Stan Gerard, Forensic Hypnosis, DSNU(H), MNSPH, MNFSH, SQHP, GHR(Reg.), MNCP(Snr Accred). TFT-Dx. COSCA Registered.
NSPH: National
  Society of Professional Hypnotherapists GHSC: General Hypnotherapy 
    Standards Council GHR:
      General Hypnotherapy Register
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Registered Healer & Hypnotherapist,
Thought Field Therapy Practitioner,
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In private practice at: 'Serendipity'

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Provost Young's House
Member of the Advisory Council of the
28 Marischal Street
National Society of Professional Hypnotherapists.
Aberdeen AB11 5AJ
Scotland, U.K.
As seen on 'Kilroy', BBC1, BBC2, STV & Grampian TV.
Tel: 01224 213 808
Fax: 07092 010 254
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Mob: 07730 468 183
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Email: stan.gerard@hypnotherapy-aberdeen.com


    Forensic Hypnosis

    Regression, simply, is an exercise in remembering. Our unconscious mind stores everything we have ever sensed. It is associated with the right side of the brain (the intuitive side of us) and works on a 'stacking-system'. That's why we sometimes repeat things to ourselves often, consciously, to help us to keep them at the top-of-the-list for easier recall from memory.

    Regression back by a few days, or weeks, months, even years - can clarify facts.

    Forensic hypnosis is termed:
    "the use of hypnosis to explore memory for investigative purposes".

    It can be used very effectively in aiding victims or witnesses of crime to recall details that may be ommited from the original evidence. The assistance that this brings to the investigating authorities (police, solicitors, fire and criminal investigators) can be enormous. Additional information assisting in solving a crime is welcomed by the police.

    Forensic Hypnosis is based on a researched and developed ethical and professional framework within which the speciality of forensic hypnosis Principles and Outlines can be utilised to help the victim or witness of a crime or incident to recall events in greater detail.

    As hypnosis involves concentration, heightened focus to allow recall of memory elusive in a conscious state, so the subject becomes focussed and attentive. Reaction times and thought processes are slowed - thus allowing recall of details that may have been 'blurred' in consciousness.

    Forensic Hypnosis is available to Principle Investigating Authorities. Fees are available on application to Stan Gerard, as above, or on 01224 594 774

    [Updated: 08.12.2006, 06.09.2013]


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