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  • Hypnotherapy of a pain disorder: a clinical case study. [Case Reports]
    Int J Clin Exp Hypn 2015; 63(2):236-46Artimon HM
  • Hypnotherapy's effectiveness in improving and controlling chronic pain of various etiologies has been demonstrated by studies; the mechanism by which hypnosis does this is more complex than a simple induction of muscle relaxation. This study reveals, in addition to this mechanism, a deeper dimension of hypnotherapy from the vantage of a patient with a medical-surgical background, diagnosed with a…
  • Dynamic hypnosis, IBS, and the value of individualizing treatment: a clinical perspective. [Case Reports]
    Int J Clin Exp Hypn 2014; 62(2):145-63Carolusson S
  • Hypnosis has already been proven efficient in treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The author was responsible for the hypnotherapy in a Swedish study and adds her clinical experience with IBS patients within and beyond that study. The hypnosis was labeled dynamic, and the treatment utilized the therapists' clinical competence and individually tailored techniques, including gut-oriented sy…
  • Relational hypnosis. [Journal Article]
    Int J Clin Exp Hypn 2012; 60(4):397-415Bonshtein U
  • This article provides a meta-theoretical framework, which can be applied to hypnosis, based on relational (intersubjective) psychoanalysis. The relationship between hypnosis and psychoanalysis is reviewed by describing three splits: (a) psychoanalysis split off from brain science; (b) psychoanalysis split off from hypnosis; and (c) splits within psychoanalysis itself. Reintegrations of these thre…
  • Three failures of direct suggestion in psychogenic dermatitis followed by successful intervention. [Case Reports]
    Am J Clin Hypn 2005; 47(3):191-8Iglesias A
  • Three adult cases of psychogenic dermatitis of atypical presentation were treated with direct suggestion under hypnosis (DSUH), which included suggestions for developing cooling, soothing and healing numbness in the affected areas. After a trial of 5 sessions over a period of 2 months, the results in all 3 cases were determined to be unappreciable and unsuccessful. The patients were subsequently …
  • Hypnotherapy for warts (verruca vulgaris): 41 consecutive cases with 33 cures. [Case Reports]
    Am J Clin Hypn 1992; 35(1):1-10Ewin DM
  • Published, controlled studies of the use of hypnosis to cure warts are confined to using direct suggestion in hypnosis (DSIH), with cure rates of 27% to 55%. Prepubertal children respond to DSIH almost without exception, but adults often do not. Clinically, many adults who fail to respond to DSIH will heal with individual hypnoanalytic techniques that cannot be tested against controls. By using h…
  • Return of the repressed: hypnoanalysis of a case of total amnesia. [Case Reports]
    Int J Clin Exp Hypn 1989; 37(2):107-19Eisen MR
  • A case study is presented of a woman suffering from global amnesia so profound that she had lost all sense of personal identity. Hypnotherapy was used to establish, through imagery, a solid inner core on which to rebuild a sense of self. From the image of a strong column on which rested a book with a golden lock (her history), to reading about other lives, books and stories were utilized to estab…
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