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Unread September 10th, 2004, 06:22 PM
Stephen Lankton Stephen Lankton is offline
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Default Re: Integrating CBT and Hypnosis

I would start with some current literature and the topic of CBT and Hypnosis:
1. The use of the Crasilneck Bombardment Technique in problems of intractable organic pain., By Crasilneck, Harold B., American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 37(4), Apr 1995, 255-266.

2. Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy for anxiety disorders. , By Golden, William L., Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. 8(4), Win 1994, 265-274.

3. Hartland's Medical and Dental Hypnosis, 4th edition. , By Smith, Nigel, Contemporary Hypnosis. 21(1), 2004, 47-49.

4. Treatment of PTSD utilising CBT and Hypnotherapy. , By Lumsden, Alison, Australian Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis. 27(2), Nov 1999, 150-157.

5. Hypnosis as an adjunct to cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy for obesity: A meta-analytic reappraisal. , By Allison, David B.; Faith, Myles S., Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology. 64(3), Jun 1996, 513-516.

6. Hypnosis and CBT with depression and anxiety., By German, Ester
Australian Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis. 32(1), May 2004, 71-85.

Also, there are a zillion books, depending on your take of CBT most hypnosis books may apply. I think most of mine apply eg, The Answer Within. But it depends on how narrow or broad you definition of CBT happens to be. (For instance, if you have to replicate A. Ellis, to be called CBT, then non-apply.)
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