One of the questions routinely asked of experts in clinical hypnosis concerns the relationship between clinical hypnosis and other experiential approaches. Clinicians ask, “How is hypnosis similar to (or different from) what I already do?” There are many, many different therapy and self-help techniques that employ relaxation, imagery, self-suggestions, methods for the focusing and de-focusing of attention, detachment, altered states, and other such experiences that seem to share some qualities with clinical hypnosis (Kaiser et al., 2018). These are just a few of the more popular ones: relaxation training, mindfulness (also frequently called mindfulness meditation), visualization, guided imagery, autogenic training (AT), and some forms of yoga. There are many others.