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If you have ever wondered about the mysteries of hypnosis, you are not alone. It's something that has always been surrounded by wonder and mystery. However hypnosis it's a natural phenomenon that people have harnessed and focused and if you learn the right techniques you too can successfully hypnotize other people and speak to their subconscious mind. In this book you’ll discover: • What Dark Psychology is and how is used to control people. • The secrets of mind control and how it is different brainwashing and other similar techniques. • How to use different manipulative techniques to own your emotions and personal relationships • The concept of subliminal psychology • The art of persuasion, manipulation and mind control and how you can protect yourself from others with these skills • Understand why these techniques are so effective. • And much more… The hypnosis tips and tricks you’re about to read have proven results. Each chapter provides new secrets that will help you stay in control of your mind, and get a leg up on the competition against yourself.

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Genre : Medical
Author : Mark Elman
Publisher : Mark Elman
Release : 101-01-01
File : 48 Pages
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Historically viewed as a vehicle for entertainment or the occult, hypnosis has slowly gained recognition as an effective tool in the medical arts, sports programs, and stress seminars. Gradually law enforcement specialists also have used hypnosis - specifically forensic hypnosis - as a powerful tool when collecting information from the witness. Hypnosis serves police and prosecutors by enabling the witness to recall minute details that they had previously forgotten due to momentary excitement or fear. Investigative Forensic Hypnosis presents the practical application and scientific side of this subject, explaining forensic hypnosis in an understandable way, answering many common questions, and identifying its practical use in the courtroom. The author, with 22 years of experience in law enforcement and 14 years experience in forensic hypnosis, brings his outstanding law enforcement background and valued expertise to this important, informative handbook, dissolving misconceptions or doubts and illuminating forensic hypnosis as a valuable advantage in any case. Two parts divide the discussion: The Essence of Hypnosis - covers the origins of hypnosis to its current uses o explains hypnosis from a scientific approach o clarifies misleading information o provides a logical approach to this unusual phenomenon o illustrates its potential in law enforcement Investigative Forensic Hypnosis - arms its reader with a clear understanding of hypnosis o discusses applications to the criminal justice system o outlines essential guidelines for correctly using forensic hypnosis o identifies specific procedures for determining the facts of a case The information presented assists: the hypnotist performing this investigative technique the investigator considering hypnosis lawyers and judges determining the appropriate application of hypnosis in a case This book provides the framework for hypnosis as a successful and dependable tool to assist in investigations - not to solve crimes by magic but to provide useful, indispensable clues and details. This technique improves information gained from that most important asset in a case - the witness. Understanding the proper guidelines provided in Investigative Forensic Hypnosis can make a good witness a great witness.

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Genre : Law
Author : Joe Niehaus
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 1998-07-29
File : 192 Pages
ISBN-13 : 0849381339

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This is a Revised Second Edition of Dr. Kroger's classic work on hypnosis, which describes successful hypnotherapy techniques for a wide range of medical, psychiatric, and dental conditions. Dr. Kroger's work in developing the concept of clinical hypnosis, and making it a part of the science of behavior modification, is generally regarded as the foundation of modern hypnotherapy. This Revised Second Edition features an introduction by Michael Yapko, PhD, an internationally recognized expert in short-term psychotherapy, which places Dr. Kroger's work in contemporary context. A bound-in DVD features two of Dr. Kroger's filmed demonstrations of surgical procedures using hypnosis as anesthesia, one for childbirth and another for thyroid surgery, plus extensive commentary by Michael Yapko, PhD.

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Genre : Medical
Author : William S. Kroger
Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Release : 2008
File : 396 Pages
ISBN-13 : 0781778026

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It has been said that "hypnosis is a collection of techniques in need of a unifying theory." (James A. Hall, Hypnosis: A Jungian Perspective). While the varied substrates of these techniques preclude the formation of any one theory of hypnosis, this volume presents a "state-of-the-science" view of existing theories of hypnosis. Written by eminent scholars and researchers, this uniquely authoritative resource also provides a wealth of information about the history of hypnosis, clinical and research perspectives on hypnosis, and the strengths and weaknesses of empirical methods used to address crucial theoretical questions. The streamlined organization of the volume facilitates the reader's ability to contrast and compare research findings and concepts across theories. In the introductory chapters, the editors describe hypnosis paradigms and schools of thought, including major points of convergence and divergence, as well as a broad vista of different perspectives on the history of hypnosis. The theoretical chapters that follow present definitive statements by an international array of eminent scholars who are at the forefront of conceptual advances in the realms of clinical and experimental hypnosis. Their contributions, written in lively first-person narratives, explore current thinking about hypnosis and represent important clinical and research traditions that extend beyond the territory of hypnosis to mainstream psychology. Providing a thorough discussion of hypnotic phenomena, the book tackles tough questions such as whether hypnosis evokes an altered state of consciousness; whether hypnotic behavior is involuntary; whether hypnotizability is stable, trait-like, and modifiable; and whether hypnotic and non-hypnotic behavior can be distinguished in meaningful ways. The diversity of viewpoints, including competitive ones, illuminates the debates which have expanded the frontiers of knowledge about hypnosis. In the concluding section, the editors compare and contrast these theories, discuss pertinent research issues, and lay out an agenda for future research. Given its stellar list of contributors and the unique niche it occupies as the first authoritative survey of its kind, THEORIES OF HYPNOSIS is of value to anyone interested in the topic. The editors' ten years of experience teaching hypnosis to psychology and medical students has resulted in a book with enormous appeal to students and instructors, as well as clinicians and researchers. A wide variety of professionals--academics, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, dentists--will find it an authoritative introduction and invaluable reference to this still-growing, ever-fascinating field.

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Genre : Psychology
Author : Steven J. Lynn
Publisher : Guilford Press
Release : 1991-10-04
File : 634 Pages
ISBN-13 : 089862343X

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Clinical hypnosis can be a powerful tool to help patients access positive states, reduce stress levels and embrace change. It can also enhance patient evaluation, diagnostic skills, and general communication, and provide stress management, goal setting and relaxation techniques for health professionals themselves. This book gives an overview of clinical hypnosis and its applications in medical settings, including self-hypnosis and inducing hypnosis in others. It explores the framework of a session, creating a unique therapeutic protocol using specific language patterns. It also examines the current and historical context of clinical hypnosis and its application, and provides a glossary of terms and useful contacts and websites. Accompanying audio material is also accessible online. Clinical Hypnosis Textbook can be used as an introduction for all health professionals, or to enhance session construction for experienced medical hypnosis practitioners.

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Genre : Medical
Author : Ursula James
Publisher : Radcliffe Publishing
Release : 2010
File : 198 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781846194207

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The author aims to help athletes learn to sharpen their mental focus, relax ther bodies, visualize successful performance, think positively, and control their emotions during training or when facing important competitions. The book covers all these psychological skills and more.

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Genre : Psychology
Author : Donald R. Liggett
Publisher : Human Kinetics
Release : 2000
File : 197 Pages
ISBN-13 : 0736002146

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This thorough revision of the fi rst edition, updates andexpands, with 25 percent new material, what was generallyrecognized as a major survey of contemporary scientificresearch in hypnosis. In this edition, also a classic, the editorsinclude three new essays in modern hypnosis studies.They also provide a new conceptual framework--cognitive,ego-psychological, and phenomenological--withwhich to examine hypnosis. This edition is divided into six sections--Th eoreticaland Historical Perspectives, New Th eories, Surveys ofBroad Areas, Lines of Individual Research, IndividualResearches within Specifi c Areas, and Anticipations forFuture Research. The entire book was completely revisedin the light of additional research since publication of theoriginal edition. Thirteen of the twenty chapters in the firstedition were updated by their authors, six so extensivelythat they amount to new chapters, with changes in titleand order of authors in the case of coauthored chapters. Hypnosis: Developments in Research and New Perspectivesis intended for researchers in hypnosis and clinicalpractitioners in medicine and psychology. The focus, asindicated by the changed subtitle, is on developmentssince publication of the original editions: empirical studies,experiments with physiological indicators of hypnosis,and theoretical uses associated with use of hypnosis as aresearch tool. Altogether, this second edition is a valuableoverall guide to an intriguing topic. Erika Fromm (1909-2003) was professoremeritus of psychology at the University ofChicago; she was president of the AmericanBoard of Psychological Hypnosis, andthe clinical editor of the InternationalJournal of Clinical and ExperimentalHypnosis and associate editor of The Bulletinof the British Society of Experimentaland Clinical Hypnosis. She was also pastpresident of the American PsychologicalAssociation psychological hypnosis division, Society for Clinicaland Experimental Hypnosis, and American Board of PsychologicalHypnosis. Ronald E. Shor was professor of psychologyat the University of New Hampshire and vice-chairman of theEducation and Research Foundation of the American Societyof Clinical Hypnosis.

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Genre : Psychology
Author : Erika Fromm
Publisher : Transaction Publishers
Release : 2017
File : 793 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9780202366692

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Genre : Psychology
Author : C. Roy Hunter
Publisher : Kendall Hunt
Release : 2000
File : 238 Pages
ISBN-13 : 0757511015

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Once thought pure entertainment akin to magic acts, hypnosis is now a growing field being practiced by psychologists, psychiatrists, and medical doctors. Across all ages—from children to adults and the elderly—patients are finding professional, therapeutic hypnosis can help them recover from mental maladies ranging from addiction to depression and psychosis, and from physical illnesses from chronic pain to obesity and skin disorders. Studies show hypnosis can even speed healing from broken bones, burns, and surgery. These unprecedented volumes, including some of the best-known experts in the field hailing from Harvard, Stanford and other top universities, cover the newest research and practice in this intriguing arena. Edited by a psychologist at Harvard Medical School, this set explains developments in hypnosis, from its colorful if misguided inception with Anton Mesmer, across clinical techniques developed for health care in the 20th century, to emerging research showing new potential applications to aide mental and physical health. Chapters also highlight what psychologists, neurologists, physicians, and scientists have discovered about how personality, cognition, and brain functions affect, and are affected by, hypnosis. An appendix explains how to tell the difference between an entertainer or charlatan and a practitioner who is trained, credentialed, and practicing research-backed hypnosis. Universities with hypnotherapy programs and courses are also included.

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Genre : Health & Fitness
Author : Deirdre Barrett
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Release : 2010
File : 378 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9780313356322

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Since the time of Mesmer, in the late eighteenth century, spectacular feats of hypnosis have been documented by respected scientific researchers, yet hypnosis has remained divorced from the main body of science. In this groundbreaking work, Dr. Eugene Bliss shows that the hypnotic capability of the mind is important to the theory and practice of psychiatry, and suggests that it deserves much more attention and research. In Multiple Personality, Allied Disorders and Hypnosis, Bliss explores both the nature of multiple personality and hypnosis, and discusses how an understanding of the latter can provide insight into the nature of certain psychiatric disorders. For instance, he views multiple personality as a form of self-hypnosis, an instance of learned schizophrenia rather than an organic disorder, as is generally thought. He outlines the trace elements involved in multiple personality and other psychiatric disorders, provides a fascinating history of the origins and current ideas about hypnosis, and gives a detailed account of the use of hypnosis in the treatment of multiple personality. Based on thirty years of clinical experience, and filled with insightful personal observations, Multiple Personality, Allied Disorders and Hypnosis is an informative, fascinating book for psychiatrists, psychologists, and anyone intrigued by hypnosis and its possible beneficial use.

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Genre : Psychology
Author : Eugene L. Bliss
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Release : 1986
File : 271 Pages
ISBN-13 : 0195036581

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