Are you looking for research, evidence or information about a specific application of hypnotherapy or some other aspect of hypnosis? Here’s a quick guide and some links to help you find the research you’re looking for online.Read More
Articles about different forms of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).
James Braid, the founder of hypnotherapy, was unaware of oriental meditation techniques until a few years after introducing his technique of eye-fixation hypnotism. He subsequently embraced the notion that hypnotism and yogic meditation were distant cousins, and even that they were more closely-related than hypnotism and its immediate precursor, Mesmer’s animal magnetism.Read More
This short article examines the relationship between the placebo effect and suggestion in psychological therapies such as hypnotherapy.Read More
This is a link to a poll which has been running for some time on the most important person in the history of hypnotism.Read More
This article briefly reviews the first major meta-analysis in the field of psychotherapy, The Benefits of Psychotherapy, by Smith et al. (1980), which pooled outcome data from 475 different controlled treatment studies.Read More
My translation into standard English of a poem by Robert Burns. This contains allusions to Stoic or Epicurean precepts on the “art of living” in just about every line… Contented With Little Contented with little and joyous with more, Whenever I meet with Sorrow and Care, I gave them a slap, as they’re creeping along, […]Read More