The Practice of Hypnotism, Traditional and Semi-Traditional Techniques and Phenomenology

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Wiley, May 29, 1989 - Medical - 448 pages
This two-volume set constitutes one of the most comprehensive, up-to-date works on hypnotism. The approach is practical and includes instructions on how to hypnotize, produce hypnotic phenomena, and use hypnosis in a variety of applications. Contains detailed procedures with specific wordings that can be used directly or modified as needed. Includes many practical hints and tips that will help the reader become proficient as a hypnotist and hypnotherapist. Volume 1 focuses on general procedures of induction and the use of hypnosis, with a survey of research findings and theories of hypnotic phenomena. Volume 2 is primarily devoted to clinical applications, covering a broad range of applications supported by case studies.

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Contents

Introduction
1
NonHypnotic Suggestions
27
The Induction of Hypnosis
80
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ANDRe M. WEITZENHOFFER, PhD, MA, ScM, ScB, recipient of many professional awards, is one of the most respected experts in the field of hypnotism, with a long and distinguished career as a researcher, lecturer, clinician, teacher, and author on the subject.

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