The Complete Idiot's Guide to Hypnosis, 2nd Edition

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Penguin, Sep 6, 2004 - Psychology - 400 pages
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"Want to kick a habit or a field goal? The secrets in this book will improve your game and your life." - Bob Reese, Peak Performance Specialist

From treating cigarette addictions to losing weight, from setting career goals to getting a good night's sleep, this updated second edition by noted psychologist and hypnotherapist Roberta Temes shows how to use hypnosis responsibly to improve one's quality of life. Includes updated step-by-step instructions for self-hypnosis, plus clear explanations of what hypnosis is and how it works, tips for finding a reputable hypnotherapist, tips on solving problems in one's love life, career, health, and more.

- First edition is the bestselling book on hypnosis on the market
- Revised and updated with more thorough step-by-step instructions for self-hypnosis
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Title Page
You Are in a Trance
Look into My Eyes
Strange Things Are Happening
Youre On Your
DoItYourself Inductions
The Healthy
You Dont Want Dessert
Be a Better Parent
Get Well Soonand Stay That
Hypnosis and Medical Research
Hypnosis and Patient Care
Pregnancy and Childbirth
In the Operating Room
Hypnosis and Pain Control
Open Wide

A Trance a Day Keeps Cigarettes Away
Hypnosis to Stop Drinking and Drugging
NailBiting and Other Nasty Habits
The New
Learning to Spell While Underthe Spell
WideEyed at Work
Having Fun Automatically
Becoming Game at Your Game
Throw Out the Viagra
Another Side of Hypnosis
Quack Like a Duck
Appendix A Hypnosis Resources
Appendix B Locating a Good Hypnotist
Hypnosis Through the Ages

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About the author (2004)

ROBERTA TEMES, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and hypnotherapist. She is currently a clinical assistant professor in the department of psychology at SUNY Health Science Center in Brooklyn, New York. An author and frequent television guest, she is editor of the first medical school textbook on hypnosis. Dr. Temes lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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