Hypnosis Books and Audiotapes
Advanced Techniques of Hypnosis and Therapy: Milton
Erickson by Jeffrey Zeig
This training DVD is especially designed for professionals experienced in Ericksonian Hypnotherapy. Erickson's experiential methods include the symbolic use of hypnotic phenomena, encouraging resistance, naturalistic confusion technique, seeding and using isomorphic anecdotes. Zeig presents an introduction and then shows a section of Erickson and describes the microdynamics of Erickson's approach. He uses the understandings gleaned from his discussion with Erickson to shed light on patterns in Erickson's work that have not been previously described.
Ericksonian Approaches by Rubin Battino
This outstanding manual on Ericksonian hypnotherapy has been thoroughly revised and updated. There are two new chapters on metaphor and the psychobiology of gene expression and more on utilization, pain control, and ethics.
Ericksonian Approaches CD by Rubin Battino
Now available in CD format. This companion to Ericksonian Approaches presents a demonstration of both correct and incorrect deliveries of trance induction, as well as of multiple embedded metaphors and basic floating-hand inductions.
Ericksonian Hypnosis Cards by Jamie Smart
These Ericksonian Hypnosis Cards are an invaluable tool for those wishing to learn the verbal magic of Milton H. Erickson MD.
Generative Hypnosis: The fundamentals of the
Through lecture, stories, demonstrations and exercises, Dr. Gilligan teaches and models the essential elements, states and skills that you need to be effective at hypnosis. He presents the key concepts of the Ericksonian approach including trance-logic, unity and complementarity, as well as utilizing and integrating complementary selves. A new CD set from this highly respected therapist and author of many books including Therapeutic Trances. Highly recommended. 3 CD set with booklet
Deep Trance Music by Nick Kemp
An instrumental CD of deep trance music ideal for altered state progressions and deep hypnosis. Nick Kemp?s influences are well documented as being Brian Eno, David Sylvian and Eastern musics, Much of this music has been used in the acclaimed Letters to your Unconscious CD by Nick Kemp as well as in his UK and USA Seminars.
All compositions are recorded using 32 bit digital technology to produce excellent trance inducing soundscapes.
The Art of Hypnotherapy by Roy Hunter
Without doubt this is one of the best "how to" books on hypnotherapy written this decade. The author's approach is eclectic, drawing information from many different schools and varied techniques to provide an outstanding work. It covers many areas that other authors have only skirted around including regression and rapid change techniques. Whilst the book is not intended for people totally new to the subject, it does provide many useful scripts and techniques.
My Voice will go with you by S Rosen
Closely associated to Milton H. Erickson was his use of "Teaching Tales". Erickson's intent was to influence a patient on conscious and unconscious levels. Calling upon shock, surprise, confusion - with generous use of questions, puns, and playful humour - he seeded suggestions indirectly and positively. Originally Erickson had agreed to co-author this book of teaching tales but he did not live to see the project beyond the planning stage. Sidney Rosen has collected over one hundred of the tales, many never previously transcribed. Presented verbatim and accompanied by Dr. Rosen's interpretation and commentary they are grouped under such headings as "Motivating Tales", "Reframing", etc. The thought broadening messages in these teaching tales speak to all readers.
Therapeutic Metaphors by David Gordon
The author is one of the most respected authorities on the subject of the use of metaphor in a therapeutic context. This book presents his model for creating metaphors with which you can help clients gain access to some of the rich resources stored within. Incorporates hypnotic language patterns, representation systems, Satir categories and submodalities. A very impressive work and probably the best book on metaphors from an NLP perspective. Paperback 261 pages.
Trance Work by Michael Yapko
This the Third Edition of this very popular work which has formed the basis of many people's understanding of hypnosis in therapy. The author has carried out a complete revision of the text to reflect changes in thinking over the last decade and has added two new chapters as well as adding a considerable amount of new material to others. This is truly an excellent work which we fully endorse. Highly recommended to all starting in Ericksonian hypnosis.
Trance Work (Audiotape) by Michael Yapko
This tape was produced to accompany the first edition of Dr. Yapko?s famous book of the same name. It is without doubt one of the best examples of trance induction. The content has been copied and used by many hypnotherapists over the years and still remains very popular. Side 2 is an example of a session to help a client stop smoking. An excellent value single audiotape.
The New Encyclopaedia of Stage Hypnotism by Ormond
The most comprehensive text ever to be published on stage hypnotism, this book also has widespread therapeutic applications and contains work never previously published, providing new skills for even the most experienced practitioner of hypnosis. The book's structure ensures that the reader fully understands each aspect before progressing on to the next area. Ormond McGill totally demystifies hypnotism, dispels many of the myths associated with it, and leads us into his spellbinding world of hypnotism. "The most extensive book ever to be published on stage hypnotism. Truly a goldmine of knowledge." - Paul McKenna. A continued star of our bestsellers' list!
Winning The Mind Game by Edgette and Rowan
Hypnosis is an invaluable tool to quickly and effectively influence the subconscious mind and to promote lasting change. Therapists with some existing knowledge of hypnosis can now begin applying their skills in working with athletes of all ages. This volume contains a wide range of advanced hypnotic interventions that allow the therapeutic techniques to be adopted and used with the athletes. This practical book also contains valuable scripts and case studies. "A step-by-step guide for professionals who have a basic familiarity with hypnotherapy and want to expand their practice by working with athletes on performance enhancement. Edgette and Rowan offer a clearly written, welcome addition to the literature that provides information about building a sports performance practice from both the administrative and clinical perspectives." Jeffrey K. Zeig, PhD, Director, The Milton H. Erickson Foundation
The Language Patterns Bible by Kerin Webb
Contains an A-Z exposition of powerful Indirect Hypnotherapy principles. The principles covered are explained in easy to understand detail, with many examples provided which how you how these special hypnotherapy patterns are developed and how you can replicate them in your own work. If you want to learn more about how Indirect Hypnotherapy language patterns work, and how you too can start to employ them with insight and precision, then this is the book for you.