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The offices of Noll Hypnosis in Sinking Spring will be closing on December 31. Stay tuned for re-opening date.
Excellent article on hypnosis from the Huffington Post.
Current study results from the report, 'Intentions to use hypnosis to control the side effects of cancer and its treatment,' have been published. According to a study from the United States, "Evidence suggests that hypnosis is an effective intervention for reducing distress, pain and other side effects associated with cancer and its treatment. However, hypnosis has failed to be adopted into standard clinical practice."
Study comparing Psychoanalysis and Hypnotherapy. Bottom line: 93% success after 6 hypnosis sessions vs. 38% success after 600 hours (at $200 per hour!). From Psychotherapy Journal of the American Psychiatric Association.
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Good short article about common hypnosis myths.
In the new study published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Dr. Reuven Dar of Tel Aviv University's Department of Psychology found that the intensity of cravings for cigarettes had more to do with the psychosocial element of smoking than with the physiological effects of nicotine as an addictive chemical.
A UK woman who went through years of unsuccessful IVF treatment says she has become pregnant naturally after being hypnotised.
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Ultra-Height(R) Hypnosis is an exciting new method developed by one of the nation's top hypnotists, Jerry Kein.
The Guardian (UK) has an excellent article on hypnosis by Vaughan Bell who writes for one of my favorite blogs http://mindhacks.com/.