Hypnotherapy: A Guide to Improving Health and Well-being with Hypnosis

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Vermilion, 1997 - Hypnotism - 127 pages
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Hypnosis is increasingly being used to relieve and cure a wide range of disorders, and is becoming a recognized therapy within the medical profession. Many sufferers are, however, deterred from seeking help because of ignorance about how hypnosis and hypnotherapy work. This book explains what hypnosis is, and describes how it can help in overcoming a wide range of problems, including phobias, smoking, exam pressure, overeating and stress. It describes what to expect from first and subsequent consultations, and how relaxation and visualization can be practised at home. Further information is given on how to find out more and where to find a therapist.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
25
RELAXATION AND VISUALIZATION
49
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About the author (1997)

Markham is an experienced hypnotherapist and counselor who has spent a lost of time with patients whose problems can be traced back to childhood traumas.

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