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Is Hypnosis full of Hot Air? The Hot Air Balloon Imaginal Technique

The Issues Involved in Using a Gong in Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy

The therapist trance as a generator of associative techniques in therapy

Issues involved in hypnotic work with adolescents

 Treating the “Contra-indicated”. Reflections in treating difficult clients

Hypnotic means of enhancing "being"..

Getting a “Handle” on Life: The Control Panel Imaginal Technique (C.P.I.T.)

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From Ferencszi to Livnay: a search for the different models which we use in hypnotherapy

Non-verbal means to working through in Hypnotherapy

Hypnotic strategies utilizing transitional objects

Relevant Articles

  • 1992a: The Sharing of Associative Material in Psychotherapy and Hypnoanalysis: the Benefits of a Departure from the Principle of Neutrality. Hypnos, 19, 2, 25-33.

  • 1992b: Intra and Interpersonal Functioning of the Therapist during Hypno-Analytic Treatment. In Bongartz (Ed) Hypnosis: 175 years after Mesmer. Recent developments in Theory and Application. Konstanz: Univ. Verlag, Konstanz, 1992, 241-245.

  • 1994: Issues Involved in Hypnotic Work with Adolescents. Hypnos, 21,1, 31-37.

  • 1995a: The Therapist Trance as a Generator of Associative Techniques in Therapy. In Bolcs, E. et al (Eds) Hypnosis Connecting Disciplines: Proceedings of the 6th European Congress of Hypnosis. Vienna: Medizinish-Pharmazeutlische Verlag. 152-155.

  • 1995b:The Issues of Using a Gong in Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy. In Kleinhauz et al (Eds) Jerusalem Lectures on Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy. Hypnosis International Monographs 1. Munich: M.E.G, 167-180.

  • 1996a: Is Hypnosis Full of Hot Air? The Utilization of H.A.B.I.T. Technique. Hypnos, 23, (3) 137-142.

  • 1996b: When Erickson Meets Freud: The Therapist Trance and Counter-transference as Resources for the Hypnotherapist. In Peter, B. et al (Eds.) Munich Lectures on Hypnosis and Psychotherapy. Munich: M.E.G. Stiftung. 79-86.

  • 2001: The Application of Hypnosis in Psychotherapy: Benefits, Issues, complications & reservations. Hypnos, 28, (2), 83-89.

  • 2002: The limit of being "Over-Resourceful": Reflections upon the Benefits and limits of the Creative Urge of Hypnotherapists. In loriedo, C. & Peter, B. (Eds.)The New Hypnosis. The Utilization of Personal resources. Hypnosis International Monographs Number 5. Munich: M.E.G. Stifftung. 69-78.

  • 2002: Treating the "contra-indicated": Reflections of a hypnotherapists in treating difficult clients In Peter, B. et al (Eds.) Munich 200. The 15th International Congress of Hypnosis. Hypnosis International Monographs Number 6. Munich: M.E.G. Stifftung. 107-112.

  • 2002 Finding one's place between megalomania and impotence: Reflections on the effects of owning a hypnotic repertoire upon a hypnotherapist's judgement in critical situations in therapy. In Hoodgin C.A.L et al (Eds.) Issues on hypnosis Cure and Care, Nijmegen, 53-64.

  • 2004: Hypnotic means of enhancing “being” towards the improvement of “doing”: strategies in dealing with people suffering from performance anxieties. Hypnos 31, (1), 3-14.

  • 2010: From Ferencszi to Livnay: A search for the different models we use consciously and unconsciously in hypnotherapy. Contemporary Hypnosis 27 (3). 159-171.

  • 2011:  Non-Verbal means to Working Through in hypnotherapy: The Issues Involved in Using a Gong and non-Verbal Methods in Psychotherapy & hypnotherapy. Contemporary Hypnosis 28 (1) 46-61.

  • 2017: Hypnotic strategies utilizing transitional objects as a means of fostering internalization and self-soothing: the application of J. Zarren’s Marble Induction. Hypnokairos Webzine no. 6.

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