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The New Hypnotherapy Handbook: Hypnosis and Mind/Body Healing Paperback – May, 2001
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"This is destined to become the bible of Hypnotherapy!" William Horton, Psy.D. --Author of Primary Objective
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First, the model. CARPETS is Hogan's anacronym for Case Analysis, Regression, Parts/Ego State, Time Track Therapy and Suggestive Therapeutics. The highlight of the model is the Time Track Component. Never have I seen such a beautiful piece of work in the field of hypnosis. What you learn is how to weave a clients past and future positive resources into their present day state of mind. This modality alone is worth the ... price of the book.
The discussion of ethical issues, case analysis and legal issues is first rate. The details of regression are sketchy at first but made clear later in the book when his co-authors give verbatim transcripts of their session work. The ego state therapy is better described in Ego States by Watkins, but the treatment is sufficient. The specialty chapters on Emergency Hypnosis, Past Life Regression and even UFO abductions are tantalizing and always prefaced with cautions of ethical use and careful handling of the client.
This book started off a bit clumsily and then by Chapter Two it was clear it was one of the finest books on hypnosis I have read.
The New Hypnotherapy Handbook is a wonderful book for the advanced beginner and the seasoned practitioner.
I own and have read, highlighted and reread the original Hypnotherapy Handbook. The pages are tattered because the concepts keep displaying deeper levels of understanding each time I read it.
Wow, despite that, I have gleamed even more insights from reading this one.
As I said above, if you want to really help people, buy and study this book.
This handbook covers a wide spectrum of techniques explained in concise and "user-friendly" templates and knew this was just the book she needed to pull together all her knowledge.
The part I found particularly useful was on Time Tack Therapy. I've learned it from other instructors, but never before had this therapy made as much sense as explained in this book
Definitely a must have for all new and experienced hypnotists or for anyone wanting to explore the mind body connection
Michelle Drum [...]
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This book offers an interesting insight on the topic of hypnotherapy therapeutic approaches. I have it handy in my bookshelf for quick reviews. Recommendable.Published 11 months ago by VM Westerberg
Thank you for sharing your insightful gleanings from your clinic. As a fellow professional, I thank you for the sense of sharing, and caring that we all need to connect with as we... Read morePublished on July 26, 2010 by Raymondo
Kevin Hogan has written a guide for hypnotherapists that is thorough, readable, and an excellent reference book. I strongly recommend it.Published on January 7, 2009 by Marcia D. Proctor