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Child Psychotherapy By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents and young people marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents, marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
Hypnotherapy In Medicine, Psychology, Magic By Andreas Sofroniou
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Hypnotherapy, or human hypnosis, is a trance-like condition involving apparent alteration in consciousness and memory, during which the hypnotized subject becomes susceptible to the hypnotist's... More > suggestions. These may produce anaesthesia (absence of sensation), analgesia (insensitivity to pain), paralysis, or apparent regression to childhood functioning. Post-hypnotic suggestions made during hypnosis influence the subject after the trance has ended and may induce the subject to forget what has occurred during hypnosis (post-hypnotic amnesia). Hypnotherapeutic, or hypnotic, suggestibility differs from person to person. A tendency to vivid daydreams and willingness to be hypnotized characterize those who are susceptible. Hypnosis can be used in dentistry, obstetrics, and psychotherapy. In all cases, the patient's belief in its efficacy seems crucial. It was the study of hypnosis, which led Freud to explore the unconscious mind and develop his theory of psychoanalysis.< Less
HYPNOTHERAPY in MEDICINE, PSYCHOLOGY, MAGIC By Andreas Sofroniou
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Hypnotherapy, or human hypnosis, is a trance-like condition involving apparent alteration in consciousness and memory, during which the hypnotized subject becomes susceptible to the hypnotist's... More > suggestions. These may produce anaesthesia (absence of sensation), analgesia (insensitivity to pain), paralysis, or apparent regression to childhood functioning. Post-hypnotic suggestions made during hypnosis influence the subject after the trance has ended and may induce the subject to forget what has occurred during hypnosis (post-hypnotic amnesia). Hypnotherapeutic, or hypnotic, suggestibility differs from person to person. A tendency to vivid daydreams and willingness to be hypnotized characterize those who are susceptible. Hypnosis can be used in dentistry, obstetrics, and psychotherapy. In all cases, the patient's belief in its efficacy seems crucial. It was the study of hypnosis, which led Freud to explore the unconscious mind and develop his theory of psychoanalysis.< Less