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Ten top rapport-building tips for therapists

Rapport is described by Lexico.com as ‘a close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well’ and it’s widely accepted that good rapport with your client is important to the outcomes of therapy.

Dealing with suicidal clients

How to have a free hypnotherapy script for everything

Easy to use self-care tips for therapists

Lack of progress in therapy, and what to do about it

Putting magic into your therapy

Marketing help for therapists

Does my client need a medical referral?

How to use a 'hierarchy of fears'

Successful networking for therapists

Secondary Traumatic Stress in the Hypnotherapy Profession

Risk Assessment for Therapists

Successful blogging for therapists

Hypnotic Heroes: Dave Elman

Should therapists publish their prices?