Grade Power: The Complete Guide to Improving Your Grades Through Self-Hypnosis

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Insomniac Press, 2004 - Self-Help - 218 pages
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This book is unlike any other student success book. Based on thorough research about the best practices in educational psychology, it is the first self-help/how-to book to look at how self-hypnosis can help students succeed in school and in life. Using proven methods, the book succinctly reviews the best conventional methods aimed at helping students succeed before launching into the amazing power of the subconscious mind, which can be accessed through self-hypnosis. Three different methods of self-hypnosis are included, thereby providing students with the most thorough and flexible approaches to using self-hypnosis effectively. This is the ultimate student success guide.

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About the author (2004)

Kevin Alderson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Calgary in 1978, followed by a Masters degree in clinical, school and community psychology in 1984. Before commencing doctoral studies, Dr Alderson married, had two children, and then experienced his own coming out in 1993. The intensity of his struggle to find himself and become authentic was both tumultuous and exhilarating. Motivated by his desire to further understand his experience and that of others, he began a PhD program in counselling psychology at the University of Alberta in 1995. While there, he worked with persons who are HIV-positive and with others experiencing sexual and gender identity issues.

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