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Title:
Hypnotherapy : a client-centered approach
Author:
LaBay, Mary Lee.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Gretna, La. : Pelican Pub. Co., 2003.
Physical Description:
304 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Understanding hypnosis -- Levels of trance -- Imagination -- The intake interview -- The office atmosphere -- Interviewing the client -- Ingredients of successful hypnotherapy -- Therapeutic communication -- What clients communicate -- Marketing your business -- Fundamentals of hypnotizing a client -- Suggestibility tests -- Techniques of hypnotic communication -- Induction techniques -- Techniques for deepening the trance -- Completing the hypnosis session -- Sub-modalities -- Guided imagery, suggestions, and metaphor -- Reverse metaphor -- Regression therapy -- Secondary gains -- Parts therapy -- Object imagery -- Ideosensory and ideomotor signals -- Inner child work -- Personality part retrieval -- Chair therapy -- Outcome-based therapies --- Reframing -- Dissociation -- Desensitization -- The swish -- Anchors -- The empowerment symbol -- The circle of excellence -- Using a role model -- Time line therapies-- Case #1 : Jeannette -- Case #2 : Tanya -- Case #3 : Maria -- Case #4 : Jolene -- Case #5 : Joseph -- Case #6 : Lucille -- Case #7 : John -- Case #8 : Roberta - Case #9 : Frank.
ISBN:
9781589800526
Format :
Book