How to use the Inductions
The Introduction gives a brief description of the induction, along with any suggested uses for the induction.
The Notes which accompany the induction might explain certain elements within it, offer a commentary, or simply offer points of interest. You need to click on the heading in the sidebar to read the notes.
The Tips are my personal notes on delivery. You can safely ignore these. However, beginners might find that they benefit from them. If you want to read these, click on the heading in the sidebar.
The Example video clip, included on some pages, provides a helpful demonstration of the induction in practice. This won't be identical to the script itself, but will demonstrate the principles involved.
The Script of the induction is, let's face it, what you're here for! These are mostly actual transcripts of times when I have used the inductions. This is helpful to demonstrate that they do work, but also to give an idea of how flexible you can be and how the client might engage. Hopefully, this also demonstrates that the scripts aren't meant to be read allowed!
Text and Font Elements
Italics are used for emphasis, particularly in the use of embedded commands. At this point, you might like to drop/raise your voice, or subtly adjust your tonality. You'll improve at this with practice, but might benefit from watching the videos.
Square brackets are used to give directions, e.g. [Pause]. Unless otherwise noted, all text is a record of what was spoken.
Round brackets are used to make notes, particularly on the client's behaviour,e.g. (Subject laughed).
Quotes and indents are to demonstrate when the client is speaking.