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Trance And Treatment
     

Trance And Treatment

by Herbert Spiegel
 

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ISBN-10: 046508687X

ISBN-13: 9780465086870

Pub. Date: 08/01/1978

Publisher: Basic Books

In the 25 years since the last edition there is still little cross- fertilization between clinicians and researchers regarding hypnosis, according to H. Spiegel (psychiatry, Columbia U.) and his son, D. Spiegel (psychiatry, integrative medicine, Stanford U. Medical Center). In this integrative effort, they define the phenomenon, debunk misconceptions, review the

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In the 25 years since the last edition there is still little cross- fertilization between clinicians and researchers regarding hypnosis, according to H. Spiegel (psychiatry, Columbia U.) and his son, D. Spiegel (psychiatry, integrative medicine, Stanford U. Medical Center). In this integrative effort, they define the phenomenon, debunk misconceptions, review the literature, and discuss their Hypnotic Induction Profile for assessing hypnotizability and its relation to psychopathology and treatment outcomes. Case studies illustrate clinical applications. Annotation © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780465086870
Publisher:
Basic Books
Publication date:
08/01/1978
Pages:
238

Table of Contents

Prefaceix
Acknowledgmentsxiii
Prologuexvii
About the Authorsxxvii
Part ITrance: The Phenomenon and Its Measurement
Defining Hypnosis
1Naturally Occurring Trance Phenomena and Related Myths3
2Formally Induced Trance Phenomena19
The Hypnotic Induction Profile
3Rationale for a Clinical Test37
4Administration and Scoring51
Part IIThe Hypnotic Induction Profile as a Diagnostic Probe
Spectrum of Hypnotizability and Personality Style
5The Person With the Problem: Apollonians, Odysseans, and Dionysians95
6Review of the Literature: Hypnotizability and Personality137
Nonintact Profiles: Softs and Decrements
7Hypnotizability and Severe Psychopathology151
8Neurophysiology of Hypnosis171
Part IIIUsing Hypnosis in Treatment
Principles
9Formulating the Problem189
10Restructuring219
Treatment Strategies: Short Term
11Smoking Control245
12Eating Disorders259
13Anxiety, Concentration, and Insomnia273
14Phobias289
15Pain Control307
16Psychosomatic Disorders and Conversion Symptoms335
17Miscellaneous Behavior Disorders373
Treatment Strategies: Long Term
18Spectrum of Therapies385
19The Grade 5 Syndrome: Special Considerations in Treating the Dionysian405
20Hypnosis in the Treatment of Acute Stress Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Dissociation423
Epilogue457
AppendixInterpretation and Standardization of the Hypnotic Induction Profile465
References493
Name Index523
Subject Index531

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