Cameral Analysis: A Method of Treating the Psychoneuroses Using Hypnosis
Former Harley Street consultant David Pedersen shows how hypnosis can be used as an alternative to drug therapy in a wide range of patients. Cameral Analysis shows how the neurophysiological division of the brain into two separate hemispheres may account for the symptoms of psychoneurotic behaviour. Using hypnosis, the two halves of the brain can be made to function as a whole once more, curing these distressing symptoms without the side effects of costly drug therapies.
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