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If someone cannot be successfully hypnotized is it likely that neuro biofeedback will not work in that same patient?

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Dr. Randy Baker answered

Specializes in Holistic Medicine

The ability to be hypnotized is related to being willing and able to surrender your will and trust the hypnotist. The ability to do neuro-feedback involves following directions and focusing attention but does not require trusting someone else. Thus, one who can not be hypnotized might still be successful with neuro-feedback.

Answered Mar 30, 2018

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