The Clinical Use of Hypnosis in Cognitive Behavior Therapy: A Practitioner's Casebook / Edition 1

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Overview

Integrating cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) with hypnosis may increase benefits to clients suffering from a broad range of mental and physical health problems.

This practitioner's guide, written by some of the most influential clinical psychologists, educators, and hypnotists, brings together these two methods of treatment and provides a theoretical framework for this integration. By thoroughly reviewing the evidence-based research for the addition of hypnosis to cognitive behavioral treatments and illustrating a variety of clinical applications, the contributors show how the integration can mean productive treatment of clients who might otherwise not have progressed as quickly or successfully. A useful final chapter addresses the process of becoming a practitioner of both CBT and hypnosis.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Susan Richardson, MA, PsyD (Private Practice)
Description: This book describes the theory behind the integration of hypnotherapy into cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and provides ample clinical applications.
Purpose: The editor states this book was one that he would have liked to have read before teaching a class on the uses of hypnotherapy in CBT. This is a relatively new integration of theories, and so it is a useful addition to both fields of study, clinical hypnotherapy and CBT, as well as an entity of its own.
Audience: This book is intended for practitioners and student practitioners who are interested in amplifying CBT with clinical hypnosis. The 11 contributors are psychologists and most have published relevant material in articles and/or books.
Features: The book provides an overview on the use of hypnotherapy in CBT, exploring important theoretical material and the importance of creating a useful case conceptualization. Later chapters provide clinical case examples with specific disorders. These are detailed and interesting. The final chapter is an interesting addition written by the editor on "Becoming a Practitioner of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Hypnosis" which discusses finding appropriate training and the proper utilization of the techniques.
Assessment: This is a rather new integration of areas so there is little comparison that can be made to other books. This is a useful, inviting, and interesting book that will be a great resource for clinicians who are open to the many clinical uses of hypnosis.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Susan Richardson, MA, PsyD (Private Practice)
Description: This book describes the theory behind the integration of hypnotherapy into cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and provides ample clinical applications.
Purpose: The editor states this book was one that he would have liked to have read before teaching a class on the uses of hypnotherapy in CBT. This is a relatively new integration of theories, and so it is a useful addition to both fields of study, clinical hypnotherapy and CBT, as well as an entity of its own.
Audience: This book is intended for practitioners and student practitioners who are interested in amplifying CBT with clinical hypnosis. The 11 contributors are psychologists and most have published relevant material in articles and/or books.
Features: The book provides an overview on the use of hypnotherapy in CBT, exploring important theoretical material and the importance of creating a useful case conceptualization. Later chapters provide clinical case examples with specific disorders. These are detailed and interesting. The final chapter is an interesting addition written by the editor on "Becoming a Practitioner of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Hypnosis" which discusses finding appropriate training and the proper utilization of the techniques.
Assessment: This is a rather new integration of areas so there is little comparison that can be made to other books. This is a useful, inviting, and interesting book that will be a great resource for clinicians who are open to the many clinical uses of hypnosis.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826128843
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2006
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 1,203,968
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author

Robin A. Chapman, PsyD, ABPP, is a clinical psychologist at ST. Thomas Community Health Center, New Orleans, LA, and also maintains a private practice. He has been an instructor in psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chapman earned his doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in 1990 and earned a certificate in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in 1994. He is board certified in cognitive and behavioral psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. Additionally, he is an approved consultant in clinical hypnosis granted by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. His teaching experience includes graduate classes at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He has taught undergraduate psychology classes at Elmhurst College.

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Table of Contents

  1. Contributors
    Foreword, Arthur Freeman
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    I: Background
  2. Introduction to Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Hypnosis, Robin A. Chapman
  3. Hypnosis: History, Definitions, Theory and Application, Marc I. Oster
  4. Cognitive Behavior Therapy and the Utility of Hypnosis as an Adjunct to Treatment, Peter Kane and Mark A. Reinecke
  5. Case Conceptualization Model for Integration of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Hypnosis, Robin A. Chapman

  6. II: Clinical Cases
  7. Hypnotherapy for Anxiety, Phobias and Psychophysiological Disorders, William L. Golden
  8. Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Treating Depression, Assen Alladin
  9. Cognitive Hypnotherapy and the Management of Anger, E. Thomas Dowd
  10. Treating Treatment Failures: Hypnotic Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Marc I. Oster
  11. The Strategic Integration of Hypnosis and CBT foro the Treatment of Mind/Body Conditions, Carol Ginandes
  12. Hypnotherapy and Cognititve Behavior Therapy for Pain and Distress Management in Cancer Patients, Gary R. Elkins and Joel D. Marcus
  13. Treating Sleep Disorders Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Hypnosis, Gina Graci and Kathy Sexton-Radek
  14. Becoming a Practitioner of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Hypnosis, Robin A. Chapman
Index
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