Library of Articles on Hypnotherapy, Feldenkrais Method and Rosen Method

Library of Articles on Hypnotherapy, Feldenkrais Method and Rosen Method
We will be adding more content to this page on an on-going basis. These articles are provided for the use of our readers who are interested in learning more about how hypnotherapy can fit into a modern therapeutic strategy for a variety of different health care professionals. We will also include articles for the general public who are interested in learning about what hypnotherapy is, how hypnosis can work for them, and other related matters.

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Explaining Hypnosis
This article provides a basic overview of what hypnosis is and common misconceptions about hypnosis.It was prepared by the Society of Psychological Hypnosis, Division 30 of the American Psychological Association [APA].

Playing With Fire: Crisis Intervention with a Suicidal Adolescent

John Dyckman’s case report of utilization in therapeutic work with a 17 year old boy was published in the Case Studies column of the Newsletter of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, vol. 28 #3, 2008.

Dancing With Jennifer, Dancing With Beth

Lori Greenleaf’s case report of an interesting use of hypnotherapy in a couple’s context – teaching the husband to dance – was published in the Case Studies column of the Newsletter of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, vol. 30, #1, 2010.

Lydia’s Dream

Jack Travis’s case report of active hypnotic dreamwork resolving a terrifying nightmare of a terrifying childhood, was published in the Case Studies column of the Newsletter of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, vol. 30 #3, 2010.

Acerca de la Naturaleza Social de la Mente Inconsciente

El relato de Eric Greenleaf sobre su accidente y recuoeración despues de ser golpeado por un coche. Su experienca demonstra los principales de trance naturalista y el valor más tarde de cuentos contados y olvidado antes.

[Eric Greenleaf’s account of his accident and recovery after being hit by a car while a pedestrian. His experience demonstrates principles of naturalistic trance and the later value of earlier told and forgotten stories.]