Hypnotherapy: A Handbook: A handbook

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jul 1, 2012 - Psychology - 264 pages
The book introduces readers to the subject of hypnosis before looking at its use in practice for those with psychological or physical problems.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction to hypnosis
1
2 Role and uses of hypnosis in psychological treatment
22
3 Hypnotherapy and anxiety
39
4 Hypnotherapy and depression
61
5 Hypnotherapy in medicine
84
6 Hypnotherapy with children
107
7 Hypnotherapy and pain
129
8 Hypnotherapy and smoking weight loss and alcohol and drug abuse
152
9 Hypnotherapy and sexual problems
175
10 Hypnotherapy and eating disorders
200
11 Hypnotherapy in dentistry
221
Author index
245
Subject index
251
Adverts
255
Back cover
257
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About the author (2012)

Michael Heap is a clinical and forensic psychologist with over forty years of experience working both with people with mental health and neurological problems and with criminal offenders. He is an internationally recognised authority on hypnosis and has taught and published widely on the subject.

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