Articles on hypnosis for pregnancy and childbirth.

Stress Inoculation Training (SIT) and Childbirth

This article tries to explore ways of applying established evidence-based procedures for coping with stress (Stress Inoculation Training) to the problems of coping with stress or pain in relation to childbirth. It examines how methodologies based on basic research on stress and coping tend to emphasise elements largely overlooked in established natural childbirth methods.

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Hypnotic Childbirth: Some Suggestions

This brief excerpt from an earlier article summarises specific examples of the main suggestions (and autosuggestions) used for coping with pregnancy and natural childbirth, derived from a survey of the hypnotherapy literature.

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Christmas Research Snippet: Hypnotism & Babies

Christmas Research Snippet: Hypnotism & Babies NCH Research Snippet by Donald Robertson (I don’t normally republish these on my own blog but, to cut a long story short, I had to do it with this one to get the graph to display on the NCH blog, so here it is…) For personal reasons, I’ve been […]

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