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Hypno-system phenomenology is a method of psychotherapy that involves two mutually integrated psychotherapeutic methods -- family system phenomenology and hypno-psychotherapy. This relates to individual clients, because it requires fewer human resources than is the case with family system phenomenology. During hypnotism, the same resources that are used for systematic positioning can be "switched on," though it has to be admitted that reciprocal links in this case are far weaker than is the case with systematic positioning.
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