Out of sight, not out of mind
- The new uses of hypnosis. Manfred, Erica // Cosmopolitan;Feb96, Vol. 220 Issue 2, p104
States that more and more doctors are using hypnosis as a means of curing minor ailments. Hypnosis and psychotherapy; How to diagnose if your hypnotizable; How to find a qualified hynotist. INSET: Self-hypnosis exercise.; Myths about hypnosis..
- Illusions that heal. // Newsweek;11/17/86, Vol. 108 Issue 21, p74
After decades of languishing in dubious repute, hypnosis is playing an astonishing range of roles in medicine and surging back to respectability. Many hypnosis practitioners are psychologists, psychiatrists or physicians, and use hypnosis as an adjunct to treatment. It is being used to treat...
- `You will now feel better...' Gutfeld, Greg; Rao, Linda // Prevention;Sep92, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p24
Discusses how hypnotherapy reduces the number and length of chronic headaches. Results of a study done; The achievement of a profound state of mind-and-body relaxation; How headaches are relieved through hypnosis; Unclear why hypnotherapy may work; More.
- The trouble with hypnosis, Harary, K. // Psychology Today;Mar92, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p56
Offers a look at the field of hypnosis and its effectiveness of its therapy. Hypnotic induction; Terms of endearment; Bringing out the power; A talent for compliance; The importance of language; Power to people.
- Launching of HELP Hypnosis Education and Learning Program. Reynolds, Linda // Bulverde Standard (Canyon Lake, TX);2/14/2007, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p4
The article presents information on a free hypnosis education program that will be held on February 24, 2007 at the Brook Hollow Library in San Antonio Texas.
- Mesmerism and phrenology in antebellum Charleston: `Enough of the marvellous.' McCandless, Peter // Journal of Southern History;May92, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p199
Reconstructs the reactions of members of early nineteenth-century Charleston, S.C. to phrenology and mesmerism. Antebellum Americans embraced a myriad of reformist and intellectual movements which originated in Europe. Both are forms of applied psychology; Franz Anton Mesmer, founder of...
- HYPNOTIC HYPE. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;07/05/98, Vol. 72 Issue 13, p112
Presents information relating to the use of hypnotism in medical practice. Why doctors and patients refuse to accept it; Reference to the views of hypnotism by persons; Action taken by the American Society for Research in Clinical Hypnotists.
- The date-rape pill. // State Legislatures;June97, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p10
Reports on the introduction of a legislation in Florida elevating the classification of the date-rape sleeping pill, `roofies,' to a Schedule 1 substance.
- ALTERNATIVE MEDS UPDATE. Hypnosis. Sego, Sherril // Clinical Advisor for Nurse Practitioners;Mar2012, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p80
The article focuses on the use of clinical hypnotherapy. It defines hypnosis as an changed state of one's consciousness which lies between being awake and sleepiness. It cites some studies which used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalography in hypnotized...