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What motivates professionals to learn and use hypnosis in clinical practice?
The authors devised and validated a questionnaire assessing the various possible motivations for learning and using hypnosis and administered it to 125 Israeli psychologists, physicians, and dentists who study and/or use hypnosis in their clinical work. The results suggest that most professionals were motivated by a desire to improve their professional performance and that a majority of professionals were primarily influenced in their desire to learn hypnosis by colleagues in academically or clinically oriented settings.
Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2013 Jan;61(1):71-80. doi: 10.1080/00207144.2013.729437. Meyerson J, Gelkopf M, Golan G, Shahamorov E. a Tel Aviv University , Israel.
According to the National Health Interview Survey, 75% of the general US population experiences some level of stress every couple weeks. And, according to the American Psychological Association, 54% are concerned about their stress levels. Of course, when referring to here is distress, which is overwhelmingly negative stress. When it of gets out of hand, it can cause cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and even physical symptoms.
If you are concerned that your stress level is getting out of control, their specific symptoms for which you should be on the lookout. These include:...
Over the past few years the subject of bullying and bullies has once again achieved the national spotlight. However, this topic is not new. Just watch films about children that were made in the 1930’s, 40’s, and 50’s to see numerous examples of children bullying one another. It appears that bullying is a phenomenon that has always and always will be with us.
So, what is bullying and why does it occur? This form of aggressive behavior naturally happens within any group or society as part of setting up orders of dominance. Just observe a litter of pups or a flow of birds. This Darwinian...
What is fear? The fear that we experience is a product of a combination of our ability to anticipate and our instinctual drive to survive. This involves two parts of our brain. The first is it the area of our brain that allows us to anticipate and simulate. It is the part of the brain that allows us to use imagination and suggestion. When allowed to run amok, this part of the brain will cause high levels of misery. The second part of the brain that is involved with fear helps us to react to any threats to our safety. Unfortunately, in many instances our ability to anticipate may cause...