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Hypnosis Articles

Outsmarting Our Primitive Responses to Fear by Kate Murphy in The New York Times Well section, October 26, 2017

Using Hypnosis to Gain More Control Over Your Illness by Lesley Alderman in The New York Times Health section, April 15, 2011.

Kirsten Ritchie, 44, is no stranger to surgery — nearly 20 years ago, doctors removed four tumors from her brain. She remembers the operation and its aftermath as “horrific . . .”

Melinda Beck’s “Medical Hypnosis: You are Getting Very healthy” in the April 9, 2012 Health section of the Wall Street Journal:

Indeed, scientific evidence is mounting that hypnosis can be effective in a variety of medical situations, from easing migraine headaches to lowering blood pressure, controlling asthma attacks, minimizing hot flashes and diminishing side effects from chemotherapy.

The Power of Concentration, by Maria Konnikova, December 15, 2012

Stop smoking using hypnosis . . .

The Possibilities in Hypnosis, Where the Patient Has the Power – Jane Brody, New York Times, November 3, 2008

Relief from the pain of IBD . . .

Let the Mind Heal an Irritable Bowel, Jane Brody, NYT, September 1, 2008.

Hypnosis and your brain . . .

This is Your Brain Under Hypnosis, Sandra Blakesee, NYT, November 22, 2005.

Hypnosis and pain . . .

Getting Ahead: Colts Neck Woman’s Experience with Cancer led to Hypnotherapy Career, Dr. Janet Crain, Asbury Park Press, August 6, 2012

Hypnosis and consciousness . . .

Is Hypnosis a Distinct Form of Consciousness? by Scott O. Lilienfeld and Hal Arkowitz, January 8, 2009, Scientific American