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Subliminal Therapy: Using the Mind to Healby Edwin K. Yager
Synopses & Reviews
Subliminal therapy is a technique that utilizes hypnotic phenomena for therapeutic purpose without
requiring a formal trance induction. In this volume, the reader is introduced to the concepts and applications of subliminal therapy and taught its protocol as well. The logically applied protocol of subliminal therapy engages unconscious process to uncover the causes of presenting problems, whether manifesting physically, emotionally, intellectually, or behaviorally, and then to resolve that influence through re-framing and re-conditioning. Although subliminal therapy may be a new concept for professionals, it has been evolving over the past 30 years into a most efficient protocol. The technique has proved especially effective in the treatment of anxiety and the effects of early abuse such as sexual dysfunction, unresolved anger, and psychogenic medical problems.
Book News Annotation:
Yager (psychiatry, U. of California San Diego) introduces the concepts and applications of his subliminal therapy technique to mental health clinicians. He overviews the phases of the process and compares it to other techniques, and describes its uses for mental and physical problems; its theory and assumptions; applications to pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraine and tension headaches, depression and anxiety, addictions, vaginismus, and weight management; cases; how to deal with problems in communication and resistance to change; research on its efficacy; other considerations such as self-use, recurrent symptoms, and when not to use it; and the Subliminal Therapy Institute, which he established in 2009. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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