Episode 51: Interview With Claude Ribaux
Claude Ribaux Chats About…
- 2.23 – Claude’s origin story… how did he get started doing all this?
- 4.00 – Filtering out the storm.
- 6.20 – What is ‘active alert’ hypnosis?
- 9.53 – His reaction to learning that hypnosis didn’t have to be ‘eyes closed – slumped in the chair!’
- 12.23 – How does he frame ‘active alert’ hypnosis to clients coming for change-work.
- 14.24 – What do you use ‘active alert’ hypnosis for?
- 17.32 – Why he prefers the term ‘flow state’
- 20.04 – How can you start experimenting with this type of state?
- 22.23 – How does he define hypnosis…
- 25.40 – Any advice for people starting out in this field?
- 30.14 – The case of the ‘scared journalist’.
- 34.10 – Testing your work.
- 36.05 – Why, if you accept you get wet when taking showers, you can also change!
- 40.10 – When is the time for reflection and insight?
- 43.53 – Where can you go to find out more.
- 45.24 – Claude’s final thoughts on rapid change… and inducing the effects of cocaine WITHOUT cocaine!
“The therapy or coaching session should actually be an experience for the client… I have ‘experienced something’ and it’s now different.”
About Claude Ribaux
He initiated his own training organization in 1991 and started work as a full time coach and therapist in 1999. His experience was used in many Asian countries such as Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Vietnam, Mongolia, Sri Lanka.
He is also a founder of CASPEA, a ‘peace through sport’ organization. Today he runs his own coaching and training organization in Switzerland, and is specialized in teaching active-alert hypnosis.
Over the past 25 years he has conducted far more than 10,000 therapy and coaching sessions and provided hundreds of days of training.