We only do CBT and a bit of ACT. But a psychiatrist who is not my supervisor but does work with the program, told me to consider learning hypnosis, after I asked him how he deals with very anxious and also Cluster B patients. My psychologist supervisor doesn't believe hypnosis helps much. Regardless, this is a personal project and something that I've had an interest in, for a long time. I never pursued it because it looked more like a magic trick, a placebo effect, than something genuine and scientifically defensible. Anyhow, I want to learn more about hypnosis, in particular for anxiety/depression. I've read Elman's classic book and Erickson's (that one, long ago) and I'm in process of reading Spiegel's I'm okay/decent on theory now I think, and I need a few books on actual practice of hypnosis, perhaps with scripts and explanation of the process and how to handle client reactions and tailor the process accordingly, and also perhaps a less jargon filled book on self hypnosis to recommend to the motivated patient.