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Clinical vs. Lay Hypnosis: A Hopeless Battle?

Clinical vs. Lay Hypnosis: A Hopeless Battle? An Editorial by Steve K.D. Eichel, Ph.D. The October 1996 issue of the ASCH Newsletter contains an interesting tidbit: a "Request for Information on Lay Hypnotherapy" by James R. Council, President of Division 30 (Psychological Hypnosis) of the American [...]

Lay Versus Professional Hypnosis

Clinical vs. Lay Hypnosis: A Hopeless Battle? An Editorial by Steve K.D. Eichel, Ph.D. The October 1996 issue of the ASCH Newsletter contains an interesting tidbit: a "Request for Information on Lay Hypnotherapy" by James R. Council, President of Division 30 (Psychological Hypnosis) of the American [...]

Therapeutic Hypnosis

Therapeutic Hypnosis Derek Jansen, Ph.D., shared the following report with the membership. Dr. Jansen Reports: "Fresh off the presses here in the land of JAMA and all the Harvard Medical schools and affiliated hospitals... During a recent six month trial at Beth Israel-Deaconess Hospital's Mind-Body [...]

On Being Positive

On Being Positive By Peter DePasquale, Ph.D. It seems that "bad news", blaming others, complaining and putting people down, are contagious. Negativity is contagious. The world, unfortunately, is full of negativity. For example, have you ever noticed that when people gather together it is common [...]

Healing Trauma

Healing Trauma, Loss and PTSD by Darlene Treese, Ph.D. and Cynthia M. Lindner, M.S. Purpose The American Psychotherapy and Medical Hypnosis Association offer the following information as a public service. This white paper is intended to provide general information only. Individual personal issues may vary [...]

Indirect Hypnotic Techniques: The Magic Stone

Indirect Hypnotic Techniques: The Magic Stone by Jay Inglee, M.A., - APMHA Vice-President 2002-04 The following vignette has been taken from a larger essay on the "Psychotherapeutic Applications of Magic" to be published in July. The vignette has been taken from an actual case. Indirect [...]

Why a Client Can Seldom Remember the Origin of Their Problems

Why a Client Can Seldom Remember the Origin of Their Problems by William J. Ronan, M.S. The original incident, emotion or idea which gave rise to apprehension and started the entire problem has typically been forgotten for the reason that the client is so engaged [...]

There Had Better Be Magic In The Myth

There Had Better Be Magic In The Myth: A Posthumous Reflection on the Work of Shepard Gellert and the Power of Healing Narrative By Thomas Cox RN, BA, BSN, MS, MSW Dr. Shepard Gellert (Shep) was a practitioner of Psychotherapy who I studied with, underwent [...]

Neurotheology, Hypnosis Neural Basis of Mystical Experiences

Neurotheology, Hypnosis Neural Basis of Mystical Experiences by Neil Rosenberg, M.D. Neurologist During uncertain times people tend to seek solace in their religion or spiritual beliefs to try to make understandable that which is otherwise inexplicable. While almost all times since the beginnings of recorded [...]