Hypnosis in Europe
Peter Hawkins, Michael Heap
Whurr Publishers, 1998 - Psychology - 226 pages
Since the 1950s there has been an upsurge of interest and activity in the field of hypnosis amongst academic and applied psychologists, medical practitioners, dentists and other health service professionals, as well as the public at large. There is evidence of the increasing routine use of hypnosis by professionals in Europe, North America and Australasia, and interest is also being shown in South Africa and Japan.
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