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hypnotherapy

the use of hypnosis in the treatment of emotional and psychogenic problems

hypnotherapy

[¦hip·nō′ther·ə·pē]
(medicine)
Treatment of disease by means of hypnotism.
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Hypnotherapists claim the practice can produce positive results for patients
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Reduction or control of stress, pain or cravings may be most successful when a hypnotherapist induces an "altered state of consciousness," creating a safe, comfortable sense of relaxation, followed by suggestions of specific behaviors or thoughts the patient can use upon awakening to overcome the deep-seated anxieties.
Georgia's niche as a hypnotherapist is working with clients on 'the subconscious mind', while Suzy's niche as a top life coach is working with clients on 'the conscious mind.
You set yourself up as a hypnotherapist, psychotherapist and spiritual healer, pretending you had qualifications you did not.
Professional hypnotherapist Linda Thompson presents Stress Free Surgery: A Self Relaxation Program to Help You Prepare for and Recover from Surgery, an audiobook on 2 CDs created to help surgery patients tap into their own inner strength and place themselves in the optimum frame of mind.
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Bishop is a certified hypnotherapist and is a member of the Hypnotherapists Union and the American Hypnotist Association.
Psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, and educator Muriel Prince Warren DSW, ACSW presents Psychotherapy with Adolescents and Their Families: Essential Treatment Strategies, a manual written especially for therapists developing behavioral treatment plans for all types of adolescent clients.