Dr. Tsan – Clinical Hypnotherapist


Dr. Tsan’s education and professional experience

     Dr. Tsan was born in 1955 in the former Soviet Union. In 1971 at the age of 15 years and seven months he attended State University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Chisinau, Moldova, which he successfully graduated in 1976. After the graduation from this school Dr. Tsan had a residency in Psychotherapy at 1st Moscow State College of Medicine Moscow, USSR and then a fellowship in Hypnotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming at The Mindcare Organization, LTD, in Huddersfield, England. As a part of his education for almost two years Victor Tsan, MD worked at the hypnotherapy Department of the Royal Hospital in London, Great Britain under the supervision of the most famous alive hypnotist in the world Johnathan Royle.

In 2011, Dr. Victor Tsan concluded a class of Medical Hypnotherapy and Clinical Hypnosis at the American School of Hypnosis, In Biddeford, ME where Rene Bastarache – best-known hypnotist in the US coached him for almost one year. This course also included specialized training in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Mind Therapy & Pain Management.

How hypnotherapy works

“Because the subconscious mind is our motivating energy, we every time do what our subconscious mind have faith in. The way that our subconscious mind works it trusts everything that was said, which means we can change it shouting the conscious mind down. While changing the subconscious thoughts it is possible to substitute the present destructive patterns with the new beneficial notions, and that’s what hypnotherapy is all about” – Charles Tebbets said.

He is right, and that’s what hypnosis does so well. During the hypnotherapy session, Dr. Tsan places patients into a deep relaxation, sidestepping the conscious mind. While a patient is in the state of hypnotic trance, Dr. Tsan is talking to patient’s subconscious mind using so-called “client-centered” hypnotherapy technique when the individual creates definite instructions by himself. In this case, the instructions come from the patient, and not from Dr. Tsan. It makes patient easier to follow these instructions because each and every individual first of all trusts himself.

         


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