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Handbook of Hypnotic Interventions: Treating DSM-IV and ICD-10 Disorders
By Muriel Prince Warren MSW

This unique and comprehensive guide will become the bible of all clinical hypnotherapists! For the first time this book brings together all the threads of excellent clinical practice in hypnotherapy. Written and presented in a concise and readable format it offers a one-stop authoritative guide to the key classification and diagnosis systems, DSM IV and ICD-10, that are recognised and endorsed by clinicians from around the world. Handbook of Hypnotic Interventions is an ideal single-volume reference resource for the experienced practitioner or student wishing for an up-to-date survey of hypnotherapy in the 21st Century. Dr Pyne addresses each of DSM IV's main groups of psychological disorder in turn, discussing the symptoms, differential diagnosis, possible causes, contributing factors and suggested modes of treatment appropriate to each case. In many cases, scripts have been provided to assist in the delivery of the appropriate therapy, and detailed explanations of a variety of hypnotic inductions are given. Examples of the conditions included are anxiety, mood, sexual, gender related and substance abuse disorders.

 

 

Handbook of Hypnotic Interventions: Treating DSM-IV and ICD-10 Disorders

 

Format: Hardback
ISBN: 1904424228
Published: November, 2006
Availability: Out of Print
Price: $69.95
Pages: 550