Hypnosis in the News

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Woman’s Weight-Loss Secret: Hypnosis (abc news 09-04-2014)

Before hypnosis , I would have come from McDonald’s ….. That is when she decided to have the hypnosis . It was the craziest feeling in the ….. more playful with her family and credits hypnosis with turning her into a salad-loving

Woman Claims Secret to 140-Pound Weight Loss Is Hypnosis (abc news 08-21-2014)

the trick to shedding 140 pounds was hypnosis . I haven’t had fast food since. I ….. Reporter: Her mom convinced her to try hypnosis . Skeptical Julie went to a seminar featuring …..But it’s not like you’re saying hypnosis is a crock. Not at all. Reporter

Hypnosis: The new anesthetic? (cbs news 07-27-2011)

Can you imagine going through major surgery without general anesthesia? That’s what Christel Place did when she had her thyroid removed – and she’s one of a growing number of patients who opt out of general anesthesia and get hypnotized instead.

3 Common Misconceptions About Medical Hypnosis (U.S. News 04-29-2015)

Shortly after giving birth to her first son, Emily (who declined to provide her last name), sank into a deep post-partum depression. Her new medication wasn’t helping; neither was therapy. After suicidal thoughts sent her to the psychiatric ward, she searched online and found a local therapist who was trained in hypnotherapy.

Hypnosis as therapy for anxiety, stress (Fox news 02-06-2014)

The British Psychological Society has now officially declared hypnosis a proven therapeutic medium to curb stress, anxiety, pain, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, and migraines. “Improvements from hypnosis can be as specific as eliminating erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, remaining committed to a workout plan, delivering a dynamic sales presentation—or as broad as improving motivation and increasing confidence,” said psychologist and certified hypnotherapist Marty Lerman, Ph.D., author of Mindshift.

Can hypnosis help you break those unhealthy habits? (USA Today 01-21-2014)

Hypnotism has been around since the mid-19th century, when it was often used as a parlor trick. Today, hypnotherapy is commonly used to break unhealthy habits like smoking, to rid people of phobias and to treat panic attacks.

Medical Hypnosis: You Are Getting Very Healthy (The Wall Street Journal 04-09-2012)

Hypnosis has been the subject of fascination, intrigue and ridicule for centuries. Now, researchers are getting closer to understanding why and how it can work. The mechanism may be similar to the placebo effect—in which patients’ expectations play a major role in how they feel. Hypnosis, in turn, can help patients adjust those expectations to minimize pain, fear and disability.

Probing Question: Does hypnosis work? (Penn State News 03-18-2014)

Most of us recognize these words as the Hollywood script of a hypnosis session. Typically portrayed as the tool of comics and hucksters (“At my command, you will crow like a rooster…”) or nefarious, mind-controlling villains, hypnosis has a serious type-casting problem to overcome.

Beyond the stereotypes, is there any validity to hypnosis as a therapeutic technique?

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