We want to introduce you to one of the most effective techniques used in psychology to accelerate changes in the patient. Our selection of books about hypnosis in PDF format will provide you with relevant information about it.
For example, accessing the unconscious is one of the most pursued objectives of psychology, the reason being that it is there where beliefs and impact events of which we have no consciousness, much less memory, are established. Any therapy that tries to reach the unconscious of the person, as long as it is to help them overcome difficulties in their daily life, is praiseworthy and can be practiced without any problem.
Prominent physicians and psychologists have used hypnosis in their practices for therapeutic and research purposes. Such is the case of Freud and Pavlov, both with important results for science. However, because this is a technique that has been used by people not related to psychology, in shows more linked to magic, it has aroused distrust in popular opinion. Our hypnosis books have truthful information with which you can study this method without fear.
Hypnosis is defined as a person’s ability to respond to the suggestions of a professional psychologist, making his or her focus on a particular issue, eliminating dispersion and judgments about it. In other words, the success of a hypnosis session depends more on the hypnotist than on the hypnotist.
This technique is used as a complementary part of a broader treatment; it is an aid to accelerate the change that the patient wants to see in his life. During the process, the patient never loses consciousness and it is positive as long as it is his will to involve hypnosis in his treatment. Find out more details about this controversial treatment with our more than 15 hypnosis books in PDF format, available in this section of our virtual library.
Here we present our complete selection of Hypnosis books:
4) Hypnosis and top-down regulation of consciousness
Devin B. Terhune, Axel Cleeremans, Amir Raz, Steven Jay Lynne
7) Evidence, Ontology, and Psychological Science: The Lesson of Hypnosis
Brian R. Vandenberg
9) The Phenomenology of Consciousness Inventory – Hypnotic Assessment Procedure (PCI-HAP): Administrator’s Manual
Ronald J. Pekala, V. K. Kumar, Ronald Maurer
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