|Author:||Michael D. Yapko,Peter Sheehan|
|Subcategory:||Medicine & Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Routledge; 1 edition (August 20, 2005)|
|Other formats:||mobi mbr rtf lit|
Part I: Conceptual Framework. What Is Hypnosis and Can It Help? The Myths About Hypnosis and a Dose of Reality. Conceptualizing Hypnosis. The Brain in Hypnosis. For almost 30 years, Michael Yapko has been a leader in the field of clinical hypnosis, and Trancework has been the ‘to-to’ handbook for the novice and expert practitioner alike.
I would recommend this book for students of hypnosis at any level of training.
He is a national and international trainer in brief therapy approaches to psychotherapy and director of The Milton H. Erickson Institute of San Diego. I would recommend this book for students of hypnosis at any level of training. It has been my experience that many professionals who have completed advanced levels of training have not gained a comprehension of the hypnotic process sufficient to comfortably apply their skill with any range or effectiveness.
Yapko sheds light on this mysterious and maligned practice. Comprehensive but readable.
Trancework highlights Yapko’s lifelong passion for his mission of advancing the field by articulating the proven benefits of clinical hypnosis in contributing to the wellbeing of patients’ body, mind and soul.
For three decades, Trancework has been the fundamental textbook for guiding professionals in learning hypnosis. Those new to the field will also appreciate the ¿Frames of Reference¿ sections found throughout the book, which provide insights into the work of some of the founders and leaders of clinical hypnosis.
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О себе: An Introduction to the Practice of Clinical Hypnosis.
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book by Michael D. Yapko. First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Although Yapko writes for a clinical audience I found nothing in the book demeaning to those of us who are hypnotists practicing in environments other than healthcare in this case "An Introduction to the Practice of Clinical Hypnosis. If you are new, this book will give you a strong start.
Yapko clearly and dynamically introduces readers to a broad range of hypnotic methods and techniques that will greatly enhance the effectiveness of preferred modes of therapy.