Psychologists are exploring complementary therapies and integrated approaches to better treat the complex problem of chronic pain. More effort is being put into studying complementary therapies, including hypnosis, meditation and yoga, that may ease pain with fewer side effects and help people ...
Date Posted: October 25, 2016
Categories: Chronic Pain, Hypnosis, Mindfulness, Mindfulness Meditation, Pain ...GO
Can you think a thought which isn't yours? A remarkable new study, led by psychologist Jay Olson from McGill University in Canada, suggests you can. The research, published in Consciousness and Cognition, used a form of stage magic known as ...
Frequently, on TV. we see people get "hypnotized" and as a result, perform huge and seemingly important feats. Popular culture has also always labelled it as "magic" (a la the movie Now You See Me). All these, unforunately, have created a bad ...
Would you like to remove unwanted thoughts or some memory of shame or regret that just irritates you like a parasite? Maybe you just want to take your mind off something and it just seems to come back in the most unexpected moments. There is a ...
Deep sleep promotes our well-being, improves our memory and strengthens the body’s defences. Zurich and Fribourg researchers demonstrate how restorative SWS can also be increased without medication - using hypnosis.
Categories: Hypnosis, Sleep DisordersGO
Janet, 64, had buried the horrific memories until she went for therapy. In 1976 Fred Handford, 56 — her business partner on the farm — vanished. Despite a huge police search he was never found. For more than 30 years Janet, who worked with him ...