Hypnotic Techniques for Chronic Pain Management: Favorite Methods of Master Clinicians
Edited by Mark P. Jensen
Hypnosis has proven efficacy for helping individuals manage chronic pain. In this edited volume, written by and for clinicians, thirteen highly experienced physicians, psychologists, and therapists from around the world describe the hypnotic strategies they have found to be most effective for chronic pain management.
The second in the Voices of Experience series.
PRaise for Hypnotic Techniques for chronic pain management:
“This book is essential for clinicians who want to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to provide hypnosis interventions for chronic pain management. It is a tremendous resource for the management of chronic pain in conditions ranging from fibromyalgia to chronic back pain and beyond.” ― Gary R. Elkins, PhD, Professor, Baylor University, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis and Past-President, Society of Clinical and Experiment Hypnosis
“The contributors to Hypnotic Techniques for Chronic Pain Management are well-known pioneers and innovative practitioners from America, Europe, and Asia. The book provides an abundance of ideas for chronic pain treatment, which even very experienced pain specialists will find inspiring and useful.” ― Bernhard Trenkle, Dipl Psych, and President of the International Society of Hypnosis.
“Hypnotic Techniques for Chronic Pain Management offers an impressive number of tools for addressing the critical psychological and psychosocial issues underlying chronic pain. Examples of protocols are provided, along with descriptions of complementary and innovative clinical approaches. The pediatric perspective is also much appreciated. The reader will be left with a broad framework for treating chronic pain.” ― Howard Hall, PhD, Professor, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center.
“It is truly a pleasure and enlightening to learn from the outstanding master clinicians who contributed to Hypnotic Techniques for Chronic Pain Management. Each chapter provides information, ideas, and techniques that clinicians can use to help their patients (of any age) with chronic pain progress on the road to healing.” – Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, MD, Medical Director, Department of Pain Medicine, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota