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Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis

Author : Steven J. Lynn
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Hypnosis has always captured the attention of some of the most creative thinkers in the field of psychology. Today, hypnosis and hypnotic phenomena are studied with state-of-the-science neuroimaging techniques, and hypnosis has informed cognitive science (and vice-versa) in meaningful ways. In this second edition of the landmark Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis, editors Steven Jay Lynn, Judith Rhue, and Irving Kirsch have undertaken a significant revision and update to their classic text, first published over ten years ago. It is divided into six sections: Foundations and General Considerations, which includes chapters on the history of hypnosis and measures of hypnotizability; Theories of Hypnosis, in which hypnosis is examined within the context of various therapeutic constructs; Hypnotic Techniques, which includes a how-to primer for trained therapists to conduct hypnotic inductions, as well as chapters about the integration of hypnosis with mindfulness strategies; Treating Psychological Problems and Populations, which discusses the use of hypnosis in treatment for depression, PTSD and Anxiety; Health and Sport Psychology, which examines hypnotic treatments for pain control and surgery as well as for maximizing athletic performance; and finally Further Issues and Extensions, which addresses, among other things, popular and cross-cultural conceptions of hypnosis. Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis, Second Edition is the comprehensive resource for clinicians, researchers, and anyone interested in the theory and practice of clinical hypnosis.

International Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis

Author : Graham D. Burrows
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Clinical Hypnosis has proved successful in a variety of clinical situations. This handbook, with its practical approach, covers both the scientific and clinical aspects of hypnosis providing information on a range of available psychological and physical treatments. * Explains how to learn and apply hypnosis in clinical situations * World renowned editors * Comprehensive coverage of relevant issues This title will be invaluable to practising psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, medical hypnotists and mental health care workers.

The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis

Author : Les Brann
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Covering theory and practice, The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis is an up–to–date, authoritative resource to support health professionals in their use of hypnosis in clinical settings. Provides an authoritative reference for practitioners and trainees on the diverse applications of hypnosis, published under the auspices of the British Society for Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH) Combines a theoretical framework with material on a wide range of specific disorders including anxiety, stress phobias, eczema, oncology, eating disorders and infertility Shows how to adjust hypnotic techniques for different contexts e.g. when working with children, in emergencies and via a translator Features a variety of case studies that illustrate hypnosis techniques in action

The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis

Author : Michael R. Nash
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The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis is the long overdue successor to Fromm and Nash's Contemporary Hypnosis Research (Guilford Press), which has been regarded as the field's authoritative scholarly reference for over 35 years. This new book is a comprehensive summary of where field has been, where it stands today, and its future directions. The volume's lucid and engaging chapters on the scientific background to the field, fully live up to this uncompromising scholarly legacy. In addition, the scope of the book includes 17 clinical chapters which comprehensively describe how hypnosis is best used with patients across a spectrum of disorders and applied settings. Authored by the world's leading practitioners these contributions are sophisticated, inspiring, and richly illustrated with case examples and session transcripts. For postgraduate students, researchers and clinicians, or anyone wanting to understand hypnosis as a form of treatment, this is the starting point. Unequalled in its breadth and quality, The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis is the definitive reference text in the field.

Hypnosis in Dentistry

Author : Roger Simpson
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Handbook of Medical and Psychological Hypnosis

Author : Gary Elkins, PhD, ABPP, ABPH
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A unique, state-of-the art, interdisciplinary resource on clinical hypnosis in psychology and medicine This is the only up-to-date, comprehensive interdisciplinary resource on clinical hypnosis research and applications in psychology and medicine. Authoredby hypnosis experts worldwide, it encompasses state-of-the-art scholarship and techniques for hypnotic treatments along with hypnosis transcripts and caseexamples for all major psychological disorders and medical conditions. In easily understandable language, this desk reference addresses theories,neurophysiology of hypnosis, hypnotherapy screening, measurement of hypnotizability, professional issues, and ethics. Individual chapters present hypnoticinductions to treat 70 disorders including anxiety, depression, pain, sleep problems, phobias, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, menopausal hotflashes, Parkinson's disease, palliative care, tinnitus, addictions, and a multitude other common complaints. The guide also examines the history and foundations of hypnosis, myths and misconceptions, patient screening, dealing with resistance, and precautions tothe use of hypnosis. It examines a variety of hypnotherapy systems ranging from hypnotic relaxation therapy to hypnoanalysis. With each application thetext includes relevant research, specific induction techniques, and an illustrative case example. Additionally the resource covers professional issues,certification, hypnosis in the hospital, and placebo effects. Key Features: Presents state-of-the art hypnosis research and applications for a wide range of psychological and medical disorders Encompasses information on 70 disorders with relevant research, intervention techniques, and case examples Authored by an international cadre of experts Provides an interdisciplinary perspective of both the mental health and medical communities Addresses certification, ethics, and other professional issues

Handbook of Hypnotic Suggestions and Metaphors

Author : D. Corydon Hammond
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Designed as a practical desktop reference, this official publication of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis is the largest collection of hypnotic suggestions and metaphors ever compiled. It provides a look at what experienced clinicians actually say to their patients during hypnotic work. A book to be savored and referred to time and again, this handbook will become a dog-eared resource for the clinician using hypnosis.

CLINICAL HYPNOSIS IN PAIN THERAPY AND PALLIATIVE CARE

Author : Maria Paola Brugnoli
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Anesthetist and pain specialist, Maria Paola Brugnoli, brings together her experience, knowledge and emotional intelligence in this integrative work on clinical hypnosis and pain management. In it, she presents a new system approach to study the neurophysiological states of consciousness to improve the use of clinical hypnosis and mindfulness in pain therapy and palliative care. The book explores the fields of clinical hypnosis and mindfulness as applied to the therapy of suffering and various type of acute and chronic pain, and in dying patients. It is organized in order to show all scientific neuropsychological theories currently in use regarding various types of pain and suffering. The author’s deep sensitivity is most notable in her attention to the dignity of the person in pain. She gathers together the techniques for distracting them from the painful present and transporting them to another dimension. One can imagine her psychological hand-holding and support as she moves her patients from suffering to relief. Ample scripts are provided to the reader for many inductions. The handbook is enriched by medical and hypnotic techniques for pain analgesia as well as hypnotic deepening techniques to activate spiritual awareness. It also indicates when and how to use them with children and adults. With extensive references, this book offers accessible concepts and practical suggestions to the reader. It highlights the relational and the creative process, encouraging each clinician to find his or her own way of facilitating the mechanisms in the patient to alleviate pain and suffering. This book is intended for all the professionals working every day with pain and suffering.

Hypnotherapy

Author : Michael Heap
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The book introduces readers to the subject of hypnosis before looking at its use in practice for those with psychological or physical problems.

Handbook of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Depression

Author : Assen Alladin
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This handbook is the first to provide a conceptual framework and rationale—based on scientific, theoretical, and empirical evidence—for combining cognitive behavior therapy with hypnotherapy in treating clinical depression. The conceptual framework—the Circular Feedback Model of Depression—allows clinicians to adopt an evidence-based practice in psychotherapy, integrating the best research with clinical expertise in the context of patient characteristics, culture, and preferences. The book offers detailed guidance in applying empirically supported principles of psychological assessment, treatment protocols, therapeutic relationship, and intervention.

Hypnotherapeutic Techniques

Author : Arreed Barabasz
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Two premier hypnotherapists collaborate on a new edition of this award-winning text, a collection of techniques and information about hypnosis that no serious student or practitioner should be without. A thorough and practical handbook of various hypnotherapeutic measures, it contains illustrative examples and logically argued selection methods to help practitioners choose the ideal method for a needed purpose. Section by section, it breaks out the various methods and phenomena of hypnosis into easily digested chunks, so the reader can pick and choose at leisure. An excellent practical guide and reference that is sure to be used regularly. The authors have a wide and longstanding experience on the subject and thus can stay on clinically approvable methods.

Handbook of Clinical Neurology

Author : P. J. Vinken
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Handbook of Hypnotic Inductions

Author : George Gafner
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This useful resource provides over two dozen detailed scripts for inducing trance, deepening, realerting, and debriefing. It covers beginning to advanced hypnotic inductions in four main categories: conversational inductions, embedded-meaning inductions, confusional inductions, and directive inductions. A separate chapter provides inductions appropriate for use with children. The Handbook of Hypnotic Inductions includes numerous clinical vignettes and addresses treatment of depression, anxiety disorders (including PTSD), chronic pain, adjustment disorders, and other problems commonly seen in the office setting. It teaches vital principles and concepts in hypnosis, such as hypnotic language, seeding, amnesia, ideomotor signaling, and Ericksonian utilization. Rich in metaphor and therapeutic stories, this book includes helpful notes for practice and the creation of individually tailored inductions. Without a good induction, there can be no good hypnotherapy. With this ready-to-use manual, therapists can build their confidence and creativity and ensure good hypnotic experiences for their clients.

Handbook of Clinical Child Psychology

Author : Clarence Eugene Walker
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Handbook Of Hypnotic Phenomena In Psychotherapy

Author : John H. Edgette
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Despite their clinical utility, hypnotic phenomena are vastly underutilized by therapists in their work with patients. Whether this is due to uncertainty about how to use specific techniques constructively or how to elicit particular phenomena, or anxiety about not being able to obtain a desired result, this volume will guide hypnotherapists toward higher levels of clinical expertise. By describing varied hypnotic phenomena and how they can be used as vehicles of intervention, The Phenomenon of Ericksonian Hypnosis takes the therapist beyond these fundamental applications toward a broader, more sophisticated scope of practice. This immensely readable book addresses the selection, eliciting, and therapeutic use of hypnotic phenomena that are natural outgrowths of trance. It offers step?by?step instruction on eliciting age progression, hypnotic dreaming, hypnotic deafness, anethesia, negative and positive hallucination, hypermnesia, catalepsy, and other hypnotic phenomena. The book includes specific instruction on how to use the phenomena manifested in trance to provide more effective treatment. Numerous case examples vividly illustrate intervention with anxiety disorders, trauma and abuse, dissociative disorders, depression, marital and family problems, sports and creative performance, pain, hypersensitivity to sound, psychotic symptomatology, and other conditions. The Phenomenon of Ericksonian Hypnosis will be used by therapists as a valuable clinical tool to expand their conceptualizations of hypnosis, and thus enable them to offer a wider repertoire of skills with which they can confidently treat clients.

A Handbook of Clinical Adult Psychology

Author : S. J. E. Lindsay
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The most comprehensive, authoritative and practical guide for clinical psychologists in practice and in training.

Practical Clinical Hypnosis

Author : Robert G. Meyer
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The use of hypnosis can be traced as far back as 3000 B.C., when references were made in writings to "temple sleep" and to enchantment by the "evil eye." Since the sixteenth century, clinical hypnosis has been a controversial medical tool in the treatment of both physical and psychological maladies. Clinical hypnosis can be of potential help in a number of ways: mobilizing resources and strengthening motivation; developing and amplifying a relaxation response; providing access to material not usually accessible with other more conventional methods; confronting suppressed memories that are impeding progress; putting the client in touch with newer, more effective ego states; enhancing imagery for hypnotic or other techniques; and allowing for vicarious rehearsal of more effective behaviors and cognitions. In this comprehensive handbook, Robert G. Meyer examines the applications of hypnosis throughout history while offering step-by-step guidance for its clinical use today. Drawing on case studies from the available literature as well as from his own practice, Dr. Meyer presents various methods, including preliminary considerations, induction and deepening techniques, indirect and Ericksonian techniques, direct suggestion and posthypnotic techniques, and age regression and self-hypnosis. He also examines the use and effectiveness of hypnosis on habit and psychological disorders, pain management, dentistry, medical disorders, performance enhancement, children, and forensics. Finally, the book discusses ethical and legal issues and provides extensive guidance for the hypnotherapist who finds him or herself in court. Practical Clinical Hypnosis is unique in its interdisciplinary approach to the subject, and is essential to all practicing mental health professionals - for those new to hypnosis and those already practicing it - including psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and students in these disciplines, and also dentists and physicians who use or are considering using hypnosis on specific patients.

The Handbook of Clinical Psychology

Author : Frederick H. Kanfer
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Handbook of Clinical Behavior Therapy

Author : Samuel M. Turner
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Since the first edition, the theoretical bases for behavioral approaches to therapy have greatly expanded, as have the applications and related research. Provides a discussion of behavioral intervention for the major mental disorders. It endeavors to integrate theory and practice with particular emphasis on those theoretical issues related to implementation of a given treatment. There is liberal use of case examples and a critical evaluation of the outcome literature in each area.

Handbook of Clinical Social Work

Author : Aaron Rosenblatt
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