Grade Power: The Complete Guide to Improving Your Grades Through Self-Hypnosis

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Insomniac Press, Sep 16, 2009 - Self-Help - 220 pages
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Grade Power is unlike any other student success book. Based on thorough research about the best practices in educational psychology, it is the first self-help / how-to book to look at how self-hypnosis can help students succeed in school and in life. Grade Power succinctly reviews the best conventional methods aimed at helping students succeed before launching into the amazing power of the subconscious mind, which can be accessed through self-hypnosis. Three different methods of self-hypnosis are included, providing students with the most thorough and flexible approaches to using self-hypnosis effectively.
 

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Contents

Preface
7
Introduction
11
Foundations of Power
17
Applying the Four Powers of Success
43
Other Powerful Applications
99
More Power to You
167
Appendices
169
References
213
Index
217
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About the author (2009)

Dr. Kevin Alderson is an associate professor of counselling psychology at the University of Calgary. He has practiced psychology for twenty-five years. He is editor of the Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy and has recently co-authored the first Canadian edition of Counselling: A Comprehensive Profession. Dr. Alderson belongs to the Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis, the Canadian Psychological Association, and the American Psychological Association.

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