Hypnosis: The Application of Ideomotor Techniques

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Allyn and Bacon, 1994 - Medical - 314 pages
This is a second edition of a thirty-year old classic. The author has 50 years of experience in using hypnosis for psychological as well as medical reasons. He has been teaching the usage of hypnosis techniques for over 30 years. This is written as a handbook 2D it's a quick, easy read. Details basic information and background on hypnosis, explains methods, guidelines, and then goes in-depth into uses in pain relief, surgery, dental, and pregnancy issues. It also covers working with habits and self-hypnosis techniques. In-depth coverage of the benefits and usage of ideomotor techniques. Psychologists, doctors, and dentists who use hypnosis in their practices. The general lay public is also the market due to the easy readability of the book and the chapter on self-hypnosis. A Longwood Professional Book.

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Contents

Is Hypnosis Dangerous?
61
An Orientation to Medical Hypnosis
67
Uncovering Methods
75
Ideomotor Search Methods
85
PART II
88
Animal Models
101
MaternalFetal Telepathy
105
Hypersensitivity Diseases
111
Surgery
191
Psychiatric Applications of Hypnosis
215
Hypnosis with Children
229
by Raymond LaScola M D
240
Its Meaning and Treatment
241
Emergency Uses of Hypnosis
253
Enhancing Inner Resources in Serious Illness
263
Recognition and Removal
269

Significance of Sleep and Sleep Disorders
115
Sexual Learning Problems and Abuse
129
Gynecology and Female Urology
145
Factors Influencing Fertility
163
Hypnosis in Obstetrics
173
Forensic Uses of Ideomotor Techniques
279
Habit Problems
285
Index
307
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About the author (1994)

David B. Cheek lives in Santa Barbara.

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