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Title:
Hypnotherapy : a client-centered approach
Author:
LaBay, Mary Lee.
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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

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Summary

Summary

Explores various clinical techniques used to help patients overcome fear, chronic pain, and addiction.


Author Notes

Mary Lee LaBay, a certified clinical hypnotherapist, certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner, and certified instructor of hypnotherapy, has a private clinical hypnotherapy practice in Bellevue, Washington


Table of Contents

Forewordp. 9
Introductionp. 11
Part I The Clinical Practice
Chapter 1 Understanding Hypnosisp. 27
Chapter 2 Levels of Trancep. 32
Chapter 3 Imaginationp. 36
Chapter 4 The Intake Interviewp. 39
Chapter 5 The Office Atmospherep. 44
Chapter 6 Interviewing the Clientp. 47
Chapter 7 Ingredients of Successful Hypnotherapyp. 51
Chapter 8 Therapeutic Communicationp. 59
Chapter 9 What Clients Communicatep. 64
Chapter 10 Marketing Your Businessp. 74
Part II Techniques of Hypnosis
Chapter 11 Fundamentals of Hypnotizing a Clientp. 79
Chapter 12 Suggestibility Testsp. 86
Chapter 13 Techniques of Hypnotic Communicationp. 90
Chapter 14 Induction Techniquesp. 96
Chapter 15 Techniques for Deepening the Trancep. 107
Chapter 16 Completing the Hypnosis Sessionp. 115
Chapter 17 Submodalitiesp. 118
Chapter 18 Guided Imagery, Suggestions, and Metaphorp. 121
Chapter 19 Reverse Metaphorp. 127
Chapter 20 Regression Therapyp. 132
Chapter 21 Secondary Gainsp. 137
Chapter 22 Parts Therapyp. 141
Chapter 23 Object Imageryp. 148
Chapter 24 Ideosensory and Ideomotor Signalsp. 154
Chapter 25 Inner Child Workp. 159
Chapter 26 Personality Part Retrievalp. 164
Chapter 27 Chair Therapyp. 166
Chapter 28 Outcome-Based Therapiesp. 170
Chapter 29 Reframingp. 179
Chapter 30 Dissociationp. 184
Chapter 31 Desensitizationp. 189
Chapter 32 The Swishp. 192
Chapter 33 Anchorsp. 196
Chapter 34 The Empowerment Symbolp. 202
Chapter 35 The Circle of Excellencep. 205
Chapter 36 Using a Role Modelp. 208
Chapter 37 Time Line Therapiesp. 210
Part III Selected Case Studies
Chapter 38 Case #1: Jeanettep. 217
Chapter 39 Case #2: Tanyap. 223
Chapter 40 Case #3: Mariap. 240
Chapter 41 Case #4: Jolenep. 256
Chapter 42 Case #5: Josephp. 259
Chapter 43 Case #6: Lucillep. 266
Chapter 44 Case #7: Johnp. 274
Chapter 45 Case #8: Robertap. 279
Chapter 46 Case #9: Frankp. 289
Bibliographyp. 299
Indexp. 301