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"Self-hypnosis: Beyond the Chicago Paradigm"







Discusses a study on self-hypnosis by Fromm and Khan suggesting that their study, although useful, is limited because it is based on only four weeks. Additional insight can be obtained from a more longitudinal study.


Reprinted on this web site at Resources/Articles/Article 3 and on web site: Hypnotherapy Articles

"Neuroscience, neuroplasticity and stroke rehabilitation"


Outlines some recent developments in neuroscience and their implications for hypnotherapy. Special attention is paid to gene expression, mirror neurons, neuroplasticity. and neurogenesis. The article then considers how  neuroplasticity can be used for stroke rehabilitation.

Published in the Magazine for Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy on the web at http://www.hypnos.co.uk/hypnosis-article-index-1.html

 "Hypnosis for Cancer Patients: Part I"

"Hypnosis for Cancer Patients: Part II"

"Hypnosis for Cancer Patients: Part III"

Discusses how hypnosis, especially self-hypnosis, can be utilised by cancer patients to deal with chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment. It provides a number of visualisations and affirmations that can be used by patients to provide empowerment during and after treatment.

Published in the Magazine for Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy on the web at http://www.hypnos.co.uk/hypnosis-article-index-1.html