References to Hynotherapy

There are numerous articles showing that hypnosis is an effective treatment for lots of difficulties and psychological conditions. Below are a few which have been published in reputable journals, and have been peer reviewed. Click the link to read the paper online or (due to copyright law), where you may purchase the book on Amazon.

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Alladin A. (2006)  Chapt 13.  Experimental cognitive hypnotherapy. Strategies for relapse prevention in depression. In Yapko M (EDS) Hypnosis and treating depression. Applications in clinical practice.  New York. Routledge.

Alladin A. (2006) Chapt 6.  Cognitive hypnotherapy for treating depression.  In Chapman R. (EDS)  The clinical use of hypnosis with cognitive behaviour therapy:  A practitioners casebook.  New York.  Springer.

Alladin A. (2010) Evidence based hypnotherapy for depression. International journal of clinical & experimental hypnosis. 58(2) 165-184.

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Brown D. (2007) Evidence based hypnotherapy for asthma: A critical review. International journal of clinical & experimental hypnosis. 55 220-249.

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Flammer E & Alladin A. (2007) The efficacy of hypnotherapy in the treatment of psychosomatic disorders meta-analysis evidence. International journal of clinical & experimental hypnosis. 55 251-274.

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Green J.  (2010)  Chapt 24.  Hypnosis & smoking cessation:  Research & application.  In S Lynn, Rhue J & Kirsch I.  (EDS)  Handbook of clinical hypnosis 2nd Ed.  Washington DC.  American psychological association.

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Hammond D. (2007) Review of the efficacy of clinical hypnosis with headaches & migraines. International journal of clinical & experimental hypnosis. 55 207-219.

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Jensen M. (2011a) Hypnosis for chronic pain management. Therapist guide. New York, NY. Oxford university press.

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Kirsch. Montgomery & Sapirstein. (1995) Hypnosis as an adjunct to cognitive behavioural psychotherapy; A meta analysis. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology. Vol 63(2) APR 1995, 214-220

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Lynn S & Kirsch I. (2005) Essentials of clinical hypnosis: An evidence based approach. Washington, DC. American psychological association.

Lynn S et al. (2000) Hypnosis is an empirically supported clinical intervention. The state of the evidence and a look at the future. International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis. 48 239-259.

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Moore M & Tasso A. (2008) Chapt 29. Clinical hypnosis: The empirical evidence. In Nash M & Barnier A (EDS) The Oxford handbook of hypnosis: Theory, research and practice. Oxford, England. Oxford University press.

Mellinger D (2010) Hypnosis and treatment of anxiety disorders. In Lynn S, Rhue J & Kirsch I (EDS) Handbook of clinical hypnosis. 2nd Ed.  Washington, DC. American psychological association.

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Nash M & Baker E. (2010)  Chapt 18.  Hypnosis in the treatment of anorexia nervosa. In Lynn S, Rhue J, & Kirsch I (EDS) Handbook of clinical hypnosis 2nd Ed.  Washington, DC. American psychological association.

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Patterson D (2010) Clinical hypnosis for pain control. Washington, DC. American psychological association.

Patterson D, Jensen M & Montgomery G.  (2010) Chapt 21.  Hypnosis for pain controlIn Lynn S, Rhue J & Kirsch I.  (EDS)  Handbook of clinical hypnosis 2nd Ed.  Washington DC.  American psychological association.

Palsson O, Turner M, Johnson D, Burnett C & Whitehead W. (2002) Hypnosis treatment for severe IBS: Investigation of mechanism & effects on symptoms. Digestive diseases & sciences. 47 2605-2614.

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Schoenberger N. (2000) Research on hypnosis as an adjunct to cognitive behavioural psychotherapy. International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis. 48 154-169.

Spiegel D. (2010)  Chapt 16.   Hypnosis &the treatment of post traumatic stress disorders. In Lynn S, Rhue J, & Kirsch I (EDS) Handbook of clinical hypnosis 2nd Ed.  Washington, DC. American psychological association.

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Yapko M. (2001b) Treating depression with hypnosis: Integrating cognitive, behavioural & strategic approaches. Philadelphia. PA Brunner/Routledge.

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