Today the librarian asked me if I work with people with dementia. I do not yet. I said I would be willing to take it on; however, I explained that I was not sure how effective that would be since they might not remember the suggestions. Guess what? I was wrong. A study done in Liverpool, England has shown that hypnosis was the most effective of all of the treatment choices studied. There is a program for it that I am investigating and perhaps soon I will get formal training in using hypnosis with clients with dementia!
Are you coping with the onset or living with dementia? Would you like help dealing with the symptoms of dementia? Perhaps you would like to see me for a discount which we can discuss as I develop this program and gain experience in this branch of hypnosis.
So far there are only 2 US therapists listed on the website I was exploring. It is very big in UK already.
Plus, I think I have some tools that may be beneficial for clients with dementia in addition to the particular program I am considering like my hypo-art program. This works great with people who do not wish to express themselves immediately with words.