The issue a person tells a therapist, such as a hypnotherapist, as to why he or she is seeking help. Often, a beginning hypnotherapist will try to deal with that issue, assuming it is the actual problem. However, a presenting problem may actually be a symptom of a deeper problem. For full alleviation of the deeper issue(s), a hypnotist may have to use other techniques (such as regression) to find the actual cause. Otherwise, the hypnotherapy may not be as successful as desired.
AUTHOR: Donald Michael Kraig