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About one in five people have some fear of flying or aviophobia. In most cases it makes flying an uncomfortable experience.....
For more severe cases, where the panic begins hours or days before a flight and can even lead to avoiding flying altogether, hypnotherapy or special flight courses have been known to help.
Dear Karin Riemann-Lorenz
I also work on the efficacy of cognitive hypnotherapy on quality of life of patients with M.S. please tell me
1. How many patients do you need for sample size?
2. patients in which level will participated in study?
Phd in Health Psychology, Assistant prof. of YUMS
Do any comparative study of the effectiveness of Hypnotherapy and CBT exist?
Are there hypnotherapeutic techniques to solve an insecure attachment in children up to 12 years?
I'm a therapist who is conducting my doctorate research about an intervention experience. As I am both the therapist and the researcher (interviewer), participants may not feel they can say their real feelings and give positive feedback in order to be polite. In this case, do you have any suggestion/experience about how such bias in data collection & analysis be managed? Thank you very much.
Im currently working with someone who has a motor tic with these features. I am amazed by initial positive outcomes. Wondering if anyone else has experience using hypnotherapy in this area; interested in practical experience.
Hypnosis has been used in the past, but more recently it has not been studied scientifically.
Why is it so difficult to hypnotize autistic people? Is it because they can’t concentrate on one point or is there another cause? Is it possible that they have difficulties with becoming a trance as a result of their inefficient mirror neurons?