Hypnosis in Europe

Hypnosis in Europe

By: Michael Heap (editor), Peter J. Hawkins (editor)Paperback

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The last 40 years have witnessed an upsurge of interest and activity in the field of hypnosis amongst academic and applied psychologists, medical practitioners from a wide range of specialities, dentists and many other health service professionals, as well as the public at large.


Preface -- Peter Hawkins and Michael Heap. Introduction -- Irving Kirsch. Chapter 1 Hypnois in Austria -- Hans Kanitschar, Marianne Martin and Henriette Walter. Chapter 2 Hypnosis in Britain and Ireland -- Michael Heap. Chapter 3 Hypnosis in the Czech Republic and former Czechoslovakia -- Mojmir Svoboda and Juraj Barnaric. Chapter 4 Hypnosis in Denmark -- Jens--Jorgen Gravesen. Chapter 5 Hypnosis in France --Jeannot Hoareau. Chapter 6 Hypnosis in Germany -- Burkhard Peter. Chapter 7 Hypnosis in Greece -- J.N. Nestoros, V. Patakou--Parassiri, G. Sfakianakis and V.G.S. Vasdekis. Chapter 8 Hypnosis in Israel -- Moris Kleinhauz and Viorica Delano. Chapter 9 Hypnosis in Italy -- Camillo Loriedo and Gugielmo Gulotta. Chapter 10 Hypnosis in The Netherlands and Belgium -- Onno Van Der Hart, Johan Vanderlinden, Philip Spinhoven and Eric Vermetten. Chapter 11 Hynosis in Norway -- Geir Hostmark Nielsen and Bjorn Wormnes. Chapter 12 Hypnosis in Poland -- Jerzy Siuta and Agnieszka Niedzwienska. Chapter 13 Hypnosis in Slovenia -- Marjan Pajntar. Chapter 14 Hypnosis in Spain and Porugal -- Teresa da Silva, Antonio Capaforns and Peter Hawkins. Chapter 15 Hypnosis in Sweden -- Claus Garmer. Chapter 16 Hypnosis in Switzerland -- Konrad Wolff.

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  • ISBN13: 9781897635681
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 200
  • ID: 9781897635681
  • weight: 398
  • ISBN10: 1897635680

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