Jaime Feldman. New Jersey USA

Main Room Hypnosis Track

 How “Advanced Parts Therapy” Can Make Major Changes In Helping Clients Overcome Major Problems

Helping individuals to change their behavior patterns through a conscious and unconscious emotional investment is the specialty of Jaime Feldman, Director of Accredited Hypnosis Counseling and co-director of The Institute of Hypnotherapy,

Feldman is acutely aware that changing behavior patterns can happen more quickly when an individual’s conscious and sub-conscious personalities are aligned and working together.

“In hypnotherapy, I communicate with the subconscious, the source of behavior patterns,” says Feldman, a 20+ year veteran of hypnotherapy who is the creator of a cutting-edge technique called “Advanced Parts Therapy.”

The technique is based upon the premise that we are each multi-faceted individuals, with sub-personalities that play out, positively or negatively, when we are called upon to perform different roles and tasks. Our subconscious is protective, and through this mechanism it sets up specific “parts” to deal with trauma or special needs the individual may require.

It is the nature of the mind to be subdivided into an indeterminate number of sub-personalities or “parts.” The intention of each “part” is positive or protective for the individual. There are no “bad parts” and the goal of “Advanced Parts Therapy” is not to eliminate any “parts,” but instead to help find “New Positive Roles or behaviors.”

“I speak to the subconscious mind, the home of ‘wounded from childhood’ personality facets, which are the source of the behavioral challenge”

This approach to hypnotherapy is based on Gestalt therapy, an experiential form of psychotherapy developed in the 1950s. The result can be inappropriately directed anger, eating disorders, insomnia, obsessive/ compulsive disorders, anxiety, depression, or other health problems.