Hypnosis: Its Nature and Therapeutic Uses

By: Gibson, H.B.

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Lightly rubbed. 1980 Trade Paperback. 190 pp. Of all the tools available to doctor or psychologist, hypnosis is perhaps the most misunderstood — this scholarly but immensely readable book shows how misconceptions about hypnosis have arisen and how they can be overcome. CONTENTS: 1. What is Hypnosis?; 2. The Historical Background of Hypnosis; 3. Hypnosis in Therapy for Emotional Disorders; 4. The Mechanisms of Hypnosis in Therapy; 5. Supernormal Performance under Hypnosis; 6. Animal Hypnosis; 7. The Harmful and Criminal Uses of Hypnosis; 8. Is Acupuncture Hypnosis?; 9. Differences in Susceptibility to Hypnosis; Index of Names; General Index.

Title: Hypnosis: Its Nature and Therapeutic Uses

Author: Gibson, H.B.

Categories: Therapy, Self Help, Psychology,

Publisher: Taplinger Publishing Company: 1980

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1520521