thai Pink water lilliesHypnotherapists include TPM because...

TPM often works with Metaphors and the world of imagination

- TPM chained and comprehensive memory clear up is much faster than hypnotherapywhich works on one thing at a time. This means that you will get results faster for your clients.

Emotions associated to memories often group together with others. So when you apply hypnotherapy to perhaps not be scared to walk over bridges, there might be another fear about walking over decking, and another fear of going in a lift and so on. In TPM instead of doing a process on each and every fear, we can teach the clients unconscious mind how to link them altogether and clear them all. This is faster and comprehensive as you avoid missing one which could re-build the process.

Additionally,- You do not need to expose the clients to negative memories in order to help.

- There are no abnormal reactions.- Its very accurateInTPM, the clients own UCM plays a key part in identifying the source of the problem and in designing the solutions. Its therefore more likely to be accurate than a ractitioner consciously trying to choose the correct suggestions.


TPM works for people who don’t want to loose control or be in a deep trance.

With hypnosis, you generally distract the conscious mind in order to help the client be more responsive to suggestions However some people are fearful of being in a deep trance. With TPM - you can achieve remarkable things while the client is both consciously aware and in a wide awake trance.


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You get direct feedback that shows it’s working

With hypnotherapy - you don’t always know if what you have done has worked until after the client leaves your room. InTPM you get immediate feedback from the process drivers used in TPM. (YOU know from the way their body moves that their Unconscious mind IS processing.)

  • ‘Mental landscape’ taught in TPM adds a new dimensionHypnotherapists trained in TPM say without ‘mental landscape’, clients may take much longer to heal. Mental landscape opens up a whole range of possibilities for helping clients deal more comprehensively with challenges. For example with grief - in hypnotherapy we might encourage the client to talk about it, come to terms with their feelings, accept it, and then let it go. TPM teaches the importance of the location of memories and concepts. Certain locations mean it will be much more difficult for the client to let go. If we ignore location and the mental landscape it can take much much longer to move on.
  • Mental landscape - opens clients future Hypnotherapists also trained in TPM say that utilising location of things in clients landscape brings a whole new set of tools to help hypnotherapy be even more effective.   “We might be working on giving clients resources and suggestions to help them move forward in some aspect of their life but there could be an obstacle in their mental landscape that is in the way. Or the thing they want to achieve might be in a less helpful location. When I help them utilise their mental landscape and learn tools to change arrangements for the better - I find they are able to orient forward positively rather than stay stuck” Ray
  • The TPM ‘Identity alignment process” helps clients who lack confidence and self belief
  • When clients are confused, in a mental or emotional conflict or experiencing lack of direction, change can be slow. Working at the level of identity first makes hypnotherapy suggestions more effective.- TPM helps you to become more creative when using hypnotherapy TPM often uses clients metaphors working more creatively on emotional and physical conditions, on habits, beliefs and negative memories. Your skills of language and trance induction make TPM a natural next step.


What Hypnotherapists also trained in TPM say

“My impression is that TPM is deeper and a more comprehensive system than is normally available to a hypnotherapist because it puts the responsibility back on the client’s Unconscious Mind for digging out all the connected memories. It relies much less onon the conscious mind of the practitioner and their experience to provide solutions.

“It’s a marvelous way of cleaning up negative memories which are the source of the underlying complaint. The client is not conscious of the source of their problems. TPM works directly with the UCM - that’s what I love about it

“You never need to expose clients to the negative histories or events in order to clear them up. I’m sure that’s why I have never had an ab-reaction with TPM I only get positive feedback from clients who like it and the results. And the results seems to last”Ray Oldacre C.Q'S'W.Dip.E.Hp. N.L.P.(BHR) Advanced,M.N.C.H. Member of The British Institute of Hypnotherapy and The National Council Of Hypnotherapy

“TPM is imaginative creative effective and a beautiful way of working with the UCM ‘Rosemary Hopkins - Clinical Hypnotherapist, Master NLP Practitioner, Master TPM Practitioner

“TPM took my practice to an even higher level of expertise. It has helped me make powerful changes not only in my own life but that of my clients. TPM is a simple yet powerful and effective way of removing negative emotions and replacing them with empowering one, in a very gentle and respectful way.”

(See also testimonials from Therapists)