Hypnosis: Understanding How It Can Work For You
An introduction to the techniques and concepts of the use of hypnosis for phobias, amnesia, habit control, control of pain, insomnia, bleeding, chemotherapy side effects, burns, memory rebuilding, and other areas of medicine and the law.
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