Analytical Hypnotherapy - Principles & Practice

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

ix

Preface

xi

Introduction

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Part One - Principles

The History of Hypnoanalysis

7

The Nature of Hypnosis

17

The Rapid Induction of Hypnosis

33

Hypnotic Phenomena & Hypnotisability

47

The Theory of Analytical Hypnotherapy

71

Principles of Analytical Hypnotherapy

85

Thrapeutic Indications for Analytical Hypnotherapy

101

Uncovering Techniques in Analytical Hypnotherapy

107

The Ideometer Motor in Questioning Techniques in Analytical Hypnotherapy

117

Part Two - Practice

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An Analytical Procedure

137

Critical Experience, Overt and Hidden State Complexes and Multiple Personalities

171

Negative Birth Experience

213

Ego Strengthening and Assertiveness Training

235

Direct and Indirect Suggestions in Analytical Hypnotherapy

249

Common Problems in Analytical Hypnotherapy

259

Some Further Illustrative Case Histories

325

Children and Analytical Hypnotherapy

381

Hypnotisability and Therapy, Optimum Dissociation and ACE

427

Analytical Hypnotherapy and Healing

441

Analytical Hypnotherapy and the Interview

449

Appendix: Results of Therapy

457

Bibliography

473

Index of Names

489

Index

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List of Illustrations & Tables

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Figure  1  The Stimulus Response Theory of Hypnosis

25

Figure  2  Conscious/Unconscious Dissociation in Hypnosis

29

Figure  3  Amnesia Capacity Estimation and Hypnotic Phenomena

59

Figure  4  Hypnotic Suggestion and Regression

65

Figure  5  The Functions of the Emotions

76

Figure  6  Parent/Child Conflict as Source of Symptoms

77

Figure  7  Development of Ego States and Parent/Child Conflicts

80

Figure  8  Analytical Hypnotherapy in the Resolution of Parent/Child Conflicts 

82

Figure  9  Origin of Symptom Complexes

103

Figure 10  Affect Bridge

113

Figure 11  Ideomotor Questioning - Finger Signals

121

Figure 12  Ideomotor Questioning - Pendulum Movements

125

Figure 13  Relative Depth of Ego States

133

Appendix

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Table    1  Classification of Patients

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Figure 1 Number of Sessions of Therapy

461

Table    2  Joint (Therapist/Patient) Evaluations of Therapeutic Results

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Figure   2  Joint Evaluations of Success of Therapy

465

Figure   3  Relationship Between ACE Score and Outcome of Therapy

466

Figure   4  Outcome of Therapy and Patient Age

467

Table    3  Presenting Symptoms associated with Negative Birth Experience

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Figure   5  Depths of Trance and Negative Birth Experience

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