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Scripts Strategies in Hypnotherapy with Children

Author : Lynda Hudson
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A handbook for therapists that contains everything needed when using hypnotherapy with children and young people. In addition to providing a collection of highly usable hypnotic scripts for children from six to sixteen, it offers an easy to follow, solution - focused way to structure treatment sessions. In addition, background information, advice, contra - indications and possible pitfalls are provided on common and not so common problems that children may present.

More Scripts Strategies in Hypnotherapy

Author : Lynda Hudson
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A collection of brand new general scripts from Lynda Hudson, author of Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy with Children ISBN: 9781845901394. This book covers: Also included is the use of Hypnotic Language and suggestions for varying scripts for particular clients. This volume is an outstanding complement to Roger Allen's now classic Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy ISBN: 9781904424215 and will be welcomed by beginner and experienced practitioners alike. Lynda Hudson, a former teacher, is a clinical hypnosis practitioner who specialises in working with children. She is a lecturer in clinical hypnosis at the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) and provides master classes in using hypnosis with children. Covers: Anxiety;Panic Attacks;Phobias; Sexual problems; Breaking habits; Sporting performance; Managing dyslexia and related; Social stigma; Essential tremor; Tics and twitches; Urinary incontinence; IBS; Pain control; Preparation for and recovery from childbirth; Sleeping difficulties; Speaking in groups, meetings, conferences etc; Enhanced business performance; Preparation and recovery from surgery and illness; Coping with mild to moderate depression;Recovering memory (not recovering traumatic memory)

Scripts Strategies in Hypnotherapy

Author : Roger P. Allen
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Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy Volumes 1 and 2 have been combined to create the single most comprehensive source of scripts and strategies that can be used by hypnotherapists of all levels of experience to build a successful framework for any therapy session. It covers inductions, deepeners and actual scripts for a wide range of problems from nail-biting to insomnia, sports performance to past life recall, pain management to resolving sexual problems. There is a particularly comprehensive section on smoking cessation. All scripts can be used as they stand or adapted for specific situations. "Provides an imaginative source of scripts covering the most commonly met cases. For the newly qualified therapist it is a useful addition and for the more experienced it is a source of inspiration." - European Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy with Children Fourth Edition

Author : Daniel P. Kohen
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This Fourth Edition of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy With Children focuses on the wide variety and scope of applications for hypnotherapy and presents an up-to-date compendium of the pertinent world literature regarding this topic.

Hypnotherapy A Handbook

Author : Heap, Michael
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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.

EBOOK Hypnotherapy A Handbook

Author : Michael Heap
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This popular book introduces the subject of hypnosis and explores its application in counselling, psychotherapy, medicine and dentistry. Now thoroughly revised and updated with cutting edge research, including neuro-imaging studies and evidence-based clinical reports, it offers a wealth of new material:A new chapter on hypnotherapy and eating disordersAn overview of theoretical understanding of hypnosis based on recent scientific evidenceA variety of therapeutic techniques that may be tailored to individual clientsAdvice on how hypnotherapeutic procedures may be used alongside a broad range of psychotherapeutic approaches Case studies and treatment plans from the authors’ own practices Hypnotherapy: A Handbook, 2nd edition is an invaluable resource for practitioners looking for advice, knowledge and ideas with which to inform their clinical practice. The book will prove useful to counsellors, psychotherapists, hypnotherapists and psychologists, both qualified and in training, as well medical and dental practitioners. Contributors: David A Alexander, Assen Alladin, Barry B Hart, Chrissi Hart, Peter Hawkins, Michael Heap, Elisabeth Kohls, Debbie Mairs-Houghton, Peter Naish, Cath Potter, Ferenc Túry and Ann Williamson. With thanks to Windy Dryden, co-editor of the first edition of Hypnotherapy: A Handbook (Open University Press, 1991).

Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts Expanded Edition

Author : Dan Jones
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This book of more than 100 Hypnotherapy scripts is based on over 20 years of experience. This book is expanded on the first edition to include more hypnotic inductions & ‘quit smoking scripts & strategies’ and additional description about using the scripts. This isn't just another hypnosis scripts book. It also gives the reader ideas and suggestions on how to run a Hypnotherapy session from gathering information to carrying out the hypnotic work, ending a session and setting tasks. It also introduces Ericksonian Hypnotic language patterns and script structure so that the reader can have a deeper understanding of what is being done in the scripts and why they are written the way they are. This all round package makes this book a valuable resource for anyone wanting to learn more about Ericksonian hypnosis. "A must for all hypnosis and NLP students" Hypnotherapists in training can read and analyse the Hypnotherapy scripts & study the language, structure & multi-level communication used.

Hypnofacts 5

Author : Trevor Eddolls
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This book contains various articles for hypnotherapists covering practical issues such as working with clients with anxiety, working with children, and helping people deal with issues around social media, checking e-mails, and nomophobia. There are some example word patterns and ideas for using Appreciative Inquiry in the talking part of the session. And there are more theoretical issues such as Socratic questioning, clinic culture, and understanding how GDPR affects practitioners.

Sports Hypnosis in Practice

Author : Joseph Tramontana
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This book offers new strategies and scripts for hypnotherapists, sports counsellors and sports psychologists working with athletes to help them achieve their peak performance. A major focus of the book is that the therapist does not necessarily need to be familiar with the sport or activity to serve as a "mental coach" to the athlete. The athlete is instructed that the goal is not to improve the mechanics of their performance (that is left up to their coaches) but, rather, to help them to relax, concentrate and focus so that they fulfill their maximum potential. They learn not to let the mental side of their game trip up the physical side, but rather to enhance it.

Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy

Author : Roger Allen
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A collection of scripts for hypnotherapists that may be used as they stand, or adapted for specific situations. The author is a practising hypnotherapist who readily accepts that all progress in this field is achieved as a result of informed debate and clinical experiment, and, consequently, this book is the culmination of the work of many dedicated therapists.

Hypnotherapy Scripts

Author : Ronald A. Havens
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Hypnotherapy Scripts, 2nd Edition is a straightforward, practical guide for doing Ericksonian hypnotherapy. This book not only explains the rationale for every step in the hypnotherapeutic process, it also contains sample scripts for each step. This edition of Hypnotherapy Scripts guides professionals through the construction of their own hypnotherapy induction and suggestion scripts. Verbatim sample transcripts of various induction and therapeutic suggestion procedures with detailed guidelines for creating one's own hypnotherapeutic inductions and metaphors are included. Recent research and writings on the role of unconscious processes, wellness, and positive psychology have been added to this edition. Also included is a detailed review of the diagnostic trance process, a therapeutic procedure unique to this text.

Inductions and Deepeners Styles and Approaches for Effective Hypnosis

Author : Lmft Cch Richard K. Nongard
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"Inductions and Deepeners: Styles and Approaches for Effective Hypnosis" by Richard K. Nongard provides both the new and experienced hypnotist with a reference book of actual hypnotic session scripts in a variety of styles, for work with both adults and children. These hypnosis scripts - from creative adaptations of Milton Erickson's Levitation, Dave Elman's Count with Amnesia, and Zarren's Marble induction approaches, to Nongard's own unique "Eyes-Open Backwards Hypnosis" "superconscious" strategy - offer useful demonstrations and detailed explanations for real success. Learn to combine approaches for enhanced trance depth; understand hypnotic language patterns; increase your confidence and abilities; zoom past the Critical Factor into the Subconscious with Rapid Touch inductions; and experience suggestion compliance with even the most fidgety child. Foreword by Michael Johns. HypnosisGurus.com and LearnClinicalHypnosis.com.

Hypnotherapy Of Pain In Children With Cancer

Author : Josephine R. Hilgard
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Presents findings on the effects of hypnosis in reducing anxiety and pain in children with cancer and suggests that hypnotherapy offers real promise of pain relief without drugs.First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Using Hypnosis with Children Creating and Delivering Effective Interventions

Author : Lynn Lyons
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How to create and deliver effective hypnotic interventions with children. From the initial interview to creating the best metaphors, Using Hypnosis with Children is a practical, step-by-step guide that shows health care providers (including therapists, nurses, pediatricians, dentists, and educators) how to create and deliver hypnotic interventions that are customized and effective into their pediatric clinical work, with utilization and flexibility as key components to an overall treatment approach. Using case examples of language for all age groups, readers learn first how to identify the salient targets or themes, deliver a session that hits these targets with precision, and then connect the session to the child's everyday experience. More broadly, readers learn to use hypnosis as a way to help create new neural pathways, teach self-regulation, introduce a more internal locus of control, and develop positive interpersonal experiences. Chapters focus on the most common issues that children face, including anxiety, depression, medical procedures/pain, and sleep.

Stage Hypnosis My Way

Author : Terry Stokes
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Dental Fear and Anxiety in Pediatric Patients

Author : Caroline Campbell
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This book is a comprehensive guide to pediatric dental fear/anxiety (DFA) and phobia that will provide practitioners with a full understanding of the etiology, prevalence, assessment, and management of these conditions. The coping styles of children when under stress are explored, with discussion of their relevance to the assessment visit and treatment allocation. Practical treatment techniques are comprehensively covered, from non-pharmacological behavioral strategies relevant for children with no or mild DFA to those approaches more appropriate for children with severe DFA/phobia. The importance of the use of language and communication skills to build rapport and allay anxiety is explored. Relaxation and hypnosis techniques are described, with guidance on how to introduce these to patients and their parents/carers. Techniques that help children cope when receiving injections are detailed, including systematic needle desensitization ; these provide practitioners with options to help resolve DFA and phobia regarding needles. Intravenous sedation, including the challenge of cannulation, is covered comprehensively. Furthermore, cognitive behavioral therapy is presented, with suggestion of practical self-help material when appropriate. The closing chapter looks to the future, discussing the barriers to and the changes required for the creation of more child-centered DFA services.

Co Creating in Health Practice

Author : Justin Amery
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'If...we feel better able to express and explore who we are, we may find that our health practice can also become a 'self-practice' in which we can create healthier existences for ourselves too. At the heart of it all communication is the search for brighter light, for insight, even for enlightenment. Insight illuminates darkness, listening fosters understanding, and speaking helps dispel the seeds of despair. That is the virtuous cycle that lies at the heart of effective practice.' Justin Amery This extraordinary new series fills a void in practitioner development and well-being. The books take a reflective step back from the tick-box, target-driven and increasingly regulated world of 21st century health practice; and invite us to revisit what health and health practice actually are. Building carefully on the science and philosophy of health, each book addresses the messy, complex and often chaotic world of real-life health practice and offers an ancient but now almost revolutionary understanding for students and experienced practitioners alike: that health practice is a fundamentally creative and compassionate activity. The series as a whole helps practitioners to redefine and recreate their daily practice in ways that are healthier for both patients and practitioners. The books provide a welcome antidote to demoralisation and burn-out amongst practitioners, reversing cynicism and reviving our feeling of pride in, and our understanding of, health practice. By observing practice life through different lenses, they encourage the development of efficiency, effectiveness and, above all, satisfaction. The Integrated Practitioner: Co-creating in Health Practice is the second book in the series. It focuses on communication and considers the unusual but highly powerful relationship between physicians and patients within which 'better health' is 'co-created'. It offers new ideas on various ways of communicating in practice that inspire healthier and happier existences for both patients and practitioners. Brilliantly written, practitioners, students and trainees and GP trainers will find the enlightening, witty, conversational style a joy to read.

Integrating Everything

Author : Justin Amery
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'Health practice has always been many things, with many constraints and pressures. These things have changed over time and still vary from place to place. Being a practitioner here and now is, from one perspective, no different to the way it has always been. It involves integration. It involves weaving together many threads into one whole tapestry. It involves taking a constrained and limited palate and painting freely. It may be a science, it may be technical, it may be psychological, it may be spiritual, but it is always an art, because it integrates everything in order to create. And what we create is better health.' Justin Amery This extraordinary new series fills a void in practitioner development and well-being. The books take a reflective step back from the tick-box, target-driven and increasingly regulated world of 21st century health practice; and invite us to revisit what health and health practice actually are. Building carefully on the science and philosophy of health, each book addresses the messy, complex and often chaotic world of real-life health practice and offers an ancient but now almost revolutionary understanding for students and experienced practitioners alike: that health practice is a fundamentally creative and compassionate activity. The series as a whole helps practitioners to redefine and recreate their daily practice in ways that are healthier for both patients and practitioners. The books provide a welcome antidote to demoralisation and burn-out amongst practitioners, reversing cynicism and reviving our feeling of pride in, and our understanding of, health practice. By observing practice life through different lenses, they encourage the development of efficiency, effectiveness and, above all, satisfaction. The fourth book in the series, The Integrated Practitioner: Integrating Everything, considers the 'we', the 'me' and the 'other' perspectives of books 1-3 and integrates everything into 'health practice' as a single entity. It recognises the multifaceted nature of healthcare, its different constraints and varied pressures, but also views it from a new perspective, fostering a happier, healthier and more skilful whole within the real-life, complex and often messy world of health practice. Brilliantly written, practitioners, students and trainees and GP trainers will find the enlightening, witty, conversational style a joy to read.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents

Author : Tonya M. Palermo Ph.D.
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Chronic pain is a significant health problem for many children and adolescents and is often challenging for healthcare professionals to treat. Estimated to affect approximately 15% to 30% of children, chronic and recurrent pain occurs most commonly in the pediatric population without clearly identifiable underlying physical etiology, such as pain associated with irritable bowel syndrome, headaches, musculoskeletal pain, or complex regional pain syndrome. Chronic or recurrent pain may also be associated with ongoing underlying medical conditions, such as arthritis, cancer, Crohn's disease, or sickle cell disease. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents provides a practical guide for implementing cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for children and their families coping with the consequences of persisting pain. The book is divided into three sections. The first section presents a brief history, theoretical foundations, and background concerning the development of CBT interventions for children with chronic pain conditions and summarizes research results on the efficacy of CBT. Chapters in the second section cover assessment and evaluation approaches, patient education, and how to structure and sequence CBT interventions with children and families. The last section of the book describes in detail each cognitive-behavioral intervention, including relaxation and cognitive skills and interventions directed at parents, sleep problems, physical activity, and school functioning. Extensive suggested dialogue and detailed instructions and handouts are included in the text and accompanying appendices to provide user-friendly therapist training materials for successful application of clinical techniques to children and families. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents is an essential, evidence-based resource for pediatric and child clinical psychologists and other mental health professionals (social workers, child psychiatrists) who work with children in pain.

Complementary Alternative Therapies in Nursing

Author : Ruth Lindquist
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