Past Life Regression – What to look for in a therapist?

A Past Life Regression Therapy could well be a solution to help you to live your life to your fullest potential. Perhaps that nagging and debilitating panic attack, could have past life regression source.

Before you embark on a google search for a suitable therapist, we’d like to take you through what to look for in a Past Life Regression (PLR) therapist.

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The very first thing to happen will be a prospective customer picking up the phone and contacting a therapist. Many clients send an email from a PLR therapist’s website. A PLR therapist should respond back to you within 24 hours of your initial contact.

During an initial conversation a PLR Therapist will ask some questions about any previous exposure to this type of activity. Or any personal development you might have done. They might also ask your age, as many therapists won’t do PLR’s on people under 25yo.

A professional therapist will make sure that provide you with the opportunity to feel comfortable with them and give you time to think it all through. With email contact, don’t expect too much detail. They will most likely supply price, location, timing, and perhaps ask you some questions in return.

Qualifications

It’s best to make sure that your therapist is a member of a recognized association. This will ensure that they relevant qualifications. As a basic requirement, make sure that the therapist is a qualified hypnotherapist.

Making An Appointment

Most therapists will require a deposit on booking an appointment time and day. They need to put aside 3 hours minimum for a PLR session and a deposit will ensure that the client is committed. A typical PLR session lasts 2-2.5 hours. A deposit could be anything from $100 to $200.  You should receive an email receipt for your deposit and a confirmation email for the PLR session appointment. You should receive an intake form for you to complete and email back, or bring with you on the day.

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