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Trancework : an introduction to the practice of clinical hypnosis

Author: Michael D Yapko
Publisher: New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Yapko clearly and dynamically introduces readers to a broad range of hypnotic methods and techniques that will greatly enhance the effectiveness of preferred modes of therapy.

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Genre/Form: Guide (Descripteur de forme)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael D Yapko
ISBN: 041593589X 9780415935890
OCLC Number: 52127353
Description: xli, 578 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. What is hypnosis and can it help? --
Ch. 2. The myths about hypnosis and a dose of reality --
Ch. 3. Conceptualizing hypnosis --
Ch. 4. The brain in hypnosis --
Ch. 5. Contexts of hypnosis --
Ch. 6. The social psychology of human suggestibility --
Ch. 7. Matters of the mind --
Ch. 8. Responsiveness to hypnosis --
Ch. 9. The phenomenology of hypnosis --
Ch. 10. Conditions for conducting hypnosis sessions --
Ch. 11. Structured approaches to assessing hypnotic responsiveness --
Ch. 12. Structuring suggestions --
Ch. 13. Helpful hints for performing hypnosis --
Ch. 14. Formal strategies of hypnotic induction --
Ch. 15. Informal, conversational strategies of hypnotic induction --
Ch. 16. Hypnotic phenomena: eliciting and utilizing hypnotic resources --
Ch. 17. Designing and delivering hypnotic interventions in treatment --
Ch. 18. Hypnotic patterns commonly employed in psychotherapy --
Ch. 19. Treatment dynamics and sample hypnosis session transcripts for common problems --
Ch. 20. The case of Vicki: hypnosis for coping with terminal cancer --
Ch. 21. When people respond in non-ideal ways --
Ch. 22. Hypnotic hazards and ethical guidelines.
Responsibility: by Michael D. Yapko.
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'Yapko has made the best text on hypnosis even better. His commitment to sound science, clarity of reason and pragmatic applications is communicated with a passion in this new edition of Trancework. Read more...

 
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