Systemic hypnotherapy is a form of hypnotherapy that incorporates the considerations and insights of systemic therapy. This form of therapy integrates methods of both Ericksonian hypnotherapy and systemic therapy. Both forms of therapy have a similar understanding of how personal change happens. The person's problems are generated autohypnotically and narrow one's perception. This process is called problem trance. Systemic hypnotherapy helps to transform the problem trance into a solution trance, which is achieved, among other things, through hypnosis. In this way, the client can focus on his or her own resources, which are to be made conscious to him or her through hypnosis, for example.