Analytical Hypnotherapy: Principles and Practice

BarnettFor many years the author Dr. Barnett had been interested in the analytical properties of hypnosis; its ability to locate and uncover memories of experiences, which must have played an important role in the development of presenting symptomatology, is remarkable. The hypnoanalytical approach has often yielded clues not only to the origin of symptoms but also to the subjective changes which account for the variable responses to direct suggestion. It is evident after the reading of this work that a sensitive and detailed two-way communication is an essential part of analytical hypnotherapy. A very good book for those interested in hypnosis and how to utilize it in a clinical setting.

ISBN: 0930298306

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Athanasios Komianos
Certified Hypnotherapist (CHT) & Certified Regression Therapist (CRT)

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