ISBN 9788126533572,Self-Hypnosis for Dummies

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ISBN 9788126533572
Publisher

For Dummies

Publication Year 2011
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788126533572

ISBN-10 8126533579
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 344 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Personal Growth

Self-Hypnosis For Dummies is a hands-on guide to achieving your goals using hypnosis.? Whether you want to lose weight, overcome anxiety or phobias, cure insomnia, stop smoking, or simply stop biting your nails, this guide has it covered!? The reassuring and straight-talking information will help you harness the power of your mind and re-train your subconscious to think in more healthy and constructive ways, and to overcome specific issues, such as anxiety and paranoia, and break bad habits, such as smoking. Dummies' easy-to-follow style will guide you through every step of the process, empowering you to take control and start making changes right away.? Offering a distinct approach to the therapy, this title sits together with Hypnotherapy FD on the self-help shelf.? While Hypnotherapy FD is useful when considering choosing hypnotherapy as a therapy option, Self Hypnosis FD provides the practical 2018how to' information, showing you how to put yourself into a hypnotic trance and use that trance to benefit yourself and your life.? About The Author Mike?Bryant is an experienced counsellor and hypnotherapist who also works as a Staff Counsellor at Goldsmiths University, London.? Mike also enjoys working as a clinical supervisor, trainer and lecturer. Additionally, with over 30 years experience as a mental health professional in both the US and UK, Mike?has provided service development consultancy to NHS Mental Health Trusts across the UK. Peter Mabbutt is a Fellow of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and a Founder Fellow of the British Association of Medical Hypnosis. He is CEO and Director of Studies for the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) where he is responsible for the continuous development of a Masters degree programme in Clinical Hypnotherapy. He lectures internationally for the LCCH and has been instrumental in the development of various hospital-based hypnotherapy clinics and research projects. Peter is frequently invited to present specialized workshops and lectures to the international medical and dental communities. He is also a member of the editorial team for the European Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. Table of contents Introduction Part I: Identifying Your Needs and Preparing the Way Chapter 1: What Is Self-Hypnosis? Chapter 2: Getting Your Mind and Body Working Together Chapter 3: Using Self-Hypnosis to Achieve Your Goals Chapter 4: Resisting Resistance and Avoiding Relapse Part II: Training Your Mind with Self-Hypnosis Chapter 5: Entering a Hypnotic Trance with Traditional Self-Hypnosis Chapter 6: Working with Words: Becoming Your Own Recording Star Chapter 7: Consciously Directing Your Unconscious Chapter 8: Using Unconscious Self-Hypnosis Part III: Improving Your Outlook with Self-Hypnosis Chapter 9: Putting Paid to Panic, Anxiety, Phobias and Fear Chapter 10: Signing Up to Self-Esteem Chapter 11: Minimising Pain Chapter 12: Ironing Out Anger Chapter 13: Overcoming Insomnia Part IV: Overcoming Problems with Self-Hypnosis Chapter 14: Quitting Smoking Chapter 15: Keeping a Handle on Your Drinking Chapter 16: Controlling Your Eating Habits Chapter 17: Fostering Good Relationships Part V: The Part of Tens Chapter 18: Ten Creative Ways to Enter Trance Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Know You're in Trance Chapter 20: Ten (or so) Reasons to Seek Professional Help before Trying Self-Hypnosis Appendix A: Self-Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Resources Appendix B: About the CD Index TABLE OF CONTENTS "Introduction Part I: Identifying Your Needs and Preparing the Way What Is Self-Hypnosis? Getting Your Mind and Body Working Together Using Self-Hypnosis to Achieve Your Goals Resisting Resistance and Avoiding Relapse Part II: Training Your Mind with Self-Hypnosis Entering a Hypnotic Trance with Traditional Self-Hypnosis Working with Words: Becoming Your Own Recording Star Consciously Directing Your Unconscious Using Unconscious Self-Hypnosis Part III: Improving Your Outlook with Self-Hypnosis Putting Paid to Panic, Anxiety, Phobias and Fear Signing Up to Self-Esteem Minimising Pain Ironing Out Anger Overcoming Insomnia Part IV: Overcoming Problems with Self-Hypnosis Quitting Smoking Keeping a Handle on Your Drinking Controlling Your Eating Habits Fostering Good Relationships Part V: The Part of Tens Ten Creative Ways to Enter Trance Ten Ways to Know You're in Trance Ten (or so) Reasons to Seek Professional Help before Trying Self-Hypnosis Appendix A: Self-Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Resources Appendix B: About the CD Index "

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