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  1. Book ImageUsing Hypnosis with Children: Creating and Delivering Effective Interventions

    Lynn Lyons, Michael D. Yapko

    How to create and deliver effective hypnotic interventions with children.More

  2. Book ImageMindfulness and Hypnosis: The Power of Suggestion to Transform Experience

    Michael D. Yapko

    Winner of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (SCEH) Arthur Shapiro Award for Best Book on Hypnosis, this book explores how mindfulness and hypnosis in a clinical context work to help foster change.More

  3. Book ImageThe Trauma Treatment Handbook: Protocols Across the Spectrum

    Robin Shapiro

    The therapist’s go-to source for treating a range of traumatized patients.More

  4. Book ImageNeuro-Hypnosis: Using Self-Hypnosis to Activate the Brain for Change

    C. Alexander Simpkins, Annellen M. Simpkins

    Understanding the neuroscience of self-hypnosis for more effective treatment of a variety of conditions.More

  5. Book ImageClinical Pearls of Wisdom: 21 Leading Therapists Offer Their Key Insights

    Michael Kerman

    Often when you attend conferences you overhear people telling their colleagues about the most exciting workshops they have attended. Even if it was a day-long workshop, people seem to be able to summarize the best nuggets of information they picked up.More

  6. Book ImageA Guide to Trance Land: A Practical Handbook of Ericksonian and Solution-Oriented Hypnosis

    Bill O'Hanlon

    A friendly and brief guide to the essentials of hypnosis.More

  7. Book ImageAffect Regulation Toolbox: Practical And Effective Hypnotic Interventions for the Over-Reactive Client

    Carolyn Daitch

    Winner of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (SCEH) Arthur Shapiro Award for Best Book on HypnosisMore

  8. Book ImageMore Hypnotic Inductions

    George Gafner

    George Gafner's Handbook of Hypnotic Inductions provided clinicians with inductions ready-made for practice. Here, in response to the overwhelming success of that book, he provides more brand-new inductions for the beginning and advanced hypnotherapist.More

  9. Book ImageClinical Applications of Hypnosis

    George Gafner

    Gafner turns his attention to the complaints and problems that are most commonly seen in the clinical setting.More

  10. Book ImageHypnotic Techniques: For Standard Psychotherapy and Formal Hypnosis

    Sonja Benson, George Gafner

    Hypnosis and hypnotic techniques are strong tools for assisting clients in moving beyond their resistance to therapy.More

  11. Book ImageThe Psychobiology of Gene Expression: Neuroscience and Neurogenesis in Hypnosis and the Healing Arts

    Ernest L. Rossi

    The new understanding of the relationships between gene expression and human experience emerging from the Human Genome Project is setting the stage for a profound expansion of our understanding of life.More

  12. Book ImageOf One Mind: The Logic of Hypnosis, The Practice of Therapy

    Douglas Flemons

    Jay Haley once said, ‘The only reasonable excuse for adding another theory of hypnosis to the many that have been proposed is an entirely new approach to the problem.’ In Of One Mind, Douglas Flemons demonstrates that he has an eminently reasonable excuse.More

  13. Book ImageFinding the Energy to Heal: How EMDR, Hypnosis, Imagery, TFT, and Body-Focused Therapy Can Help to Restore Mindbody Health

    Maggie Phillips

    This ground-breaking book applies the principles of energy psychology and medicine to mindbody healing.More

  14. Book ImageHandbook of Hypnotic Inductions

    Sonja Benson, George Gafner

    This useful resource provides over two dozen detailed scripts for inducing trance, deepening, realerting, and debriefing. It covers beginning to advanced hypnotic inductions in four main categories: conversational inductions, embedded-meaning inductions, confusional inductions, and directive inductions.More

  15. Book ImageHypnosis and Suggestion in the Treatment of Pain: A Clinical Guide

    Joseph Barber, Ernest R. Hilgard

    When a patient's suffering is not adequately managed by the best medical interventions available, the clinician may feel at a loss.More

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