Clinical Practice of Hypnotherapy

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Guilford Publications, Feb 9, 1987 - Psychology - 292 pages
Presenting a cogent conceptual framework along with actual protocols demonstrating a wide variety of clinically effective hypnotherapeutic procedures, Clinical Practice of Hypnotherapy is divided into three parts. The first section introduces the underlying principles of hypnotherapy. The second section elaborates and illustrates a variety of hypnotherapeutic procedures using actual cases. Part three focusses on special clinical problems such as pain control, cessation of smoking, and the management of sleep disorders. This comprehensive text offers a penetrating and integrated discussion of the principles and practices of hypnosis in psychotherapy.

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M. Erik Wright was an internationally renowned and widely influential teacher and practitioner of hypnotherapy. Highly respected in the professional community, he served as president of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.

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