hypnoanalysis


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hypnoanalysis

[¦hip·nō·ə′nal·ə·səs]
(psychology)
Technique used in psychotherapy combining hypnosis with psychoanalysis.
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If this is perceived as unsuccessful, the final option is to either accept death or that life is no longer worth living--described in medical hypnoanalysis as the 'walking zombie syndrome'.
"Hypnoanalysis is a therapy in itself," said Stephen.
The Medical Hypnoanalysis Model (illustrated in Figure 2) moves from the stances that the problem has a:
Focused history-taking coupled with hypnoanalysis using ideomotor finger signals to detect positive responses to one or more of 7 common triggering or exacerbating factors permits systematic diagnosis of the presence or absence of a significant psychosomatic component.
Past ego states emerging in hypnoanalysis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 13, 132-143.
Hypnoanalysis with particular emphasis on the borderline patient.
Transference and countertransference in hypnoanalysis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 16, 77-84.
Brown and Fromm (1986) proposed four treatment approaches with hypnosis: symptomatic hypnotherapy, supportive ego-strengthening hypnotherapy, dynamic hypnotherapy (which they term hypnoanalysis), and hypnotherapy of developmental deficits.