Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses: A Clinical Psychologist's Casebook (Paperback)

Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses: A Clinical Psychologist's Casebook By John G. Watkins, Robert Plamondon (Cover Design by), Robert Plamondon (Foreword by) Cover Image

Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses: A Clinical Psychologist's Casebook (Paperback)

By John G. Watkins, Robert Plamondon (Cover Design by), Robert Plamondon (Foreword by)

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The Original Brief Trauma Therapy. John G. Watkins' groundbreaking Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses gives a detailed account of the context, methods, and results of his hypnotic techniques on combat traumas such as PTSD at Welch Convalescent Hospital during World War II.

Watkins' techniques showed considerable success, more than enough to be worth studying even today.

After World War II, Watkins continued his career as a clinical and research psychologist, especially as Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at the University of Montana. He developed several important clinical techniques, including affect-bridge age regression, still considered by many to be the gold standard of hypnotherapeutic techniques. He also developed ego-state therapy, which applies family therapy techniques to a single individual to resolve inner conflicts.

Out of print for decades, Norton Creek Press is proud to make Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses available to a new generation of therapists.

Product Details ISBN: 9780981928456
ISBN-10: 0981928455
Publisher: Norton Creek Press
Publication Date: January 27th, 2016
Pages: 398
Language: English