Self-Hypnosis Plain & Simple

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Tuttle Publishing, 2001 - Psychology - 264 pages
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Hypnosis has long been an important tool to therapists working across a broad spectrum of disciplines and specialties. Self-hypnosis, on the other hand, is less well understood, and has been used by only a limited number of psychotherapists over the years. This book is the first of its kind to explore what self-hypnosis is, what it can do for us, how to do it, and the ultimate effects of self-hypnosis. Starting with a background and history of hypnosis, this book breaks down the process of hypnosis into its basic parts, then offers step-by-step instructions for practicing self-hypnosis. In the final section of the book, specific self-hypnosis techniques are offered to solve specific problems, such as conquering fears, reducing stress, or quitting smoking.

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