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* AGE REGRESSION: The patient seemed to regress to earlier ages (when young, demotion) when having to talk at meetings;
He said that he complied with the 1989 Home Office circular which said that no performance should include age regression and denied that he had taken a 'cavalier approach' to Mrs Howarth.
For example, her discussion of hypnotic age regression makes no reference to Orne's classic study.(2) Hence, considering also that Pasricha offers no discussion of prodigies, savantism, or dissociation generally, her book seems rather dated and limited in its command of the literature and relevant issues.
The F-statistic for the age regression is 13.84 with 2 and 4,927 degrees of freedom.
(265) Understanding the source of a current performance deficit is half the process of resolving it, and in the hypnotic trance state, in age regression, the coach can effectively assist the client to access early conflicted experiences and to release the original debilitating beliefs and conclusions (e.g., "Other people are unreliable", or "Conflict is scary and I always lose", or "Competition is threatening because it means the winner is boastful and the loser is humiliated").
We review the literature on traumatic memory, and the reliability of hypnotic age regression to pre- and perinatal experience.
By using the technique of hypnotic age regression, the hypnoanalyst may help patients recall and work through traumatic prenatal, birth, and immediate postnatal experiences.
Explores the application of hypnosis to eating disorders, reviewing the research published over the last decade, and discusses the increasing awareness of the value of hypnosis as an adjunct to therapy, especially in the treatment of bulimia, such as the importance of the ego-dissociation mechanism and the roles of age regression, abreactions, and catharsis.
Following a thorough assessment, a number of hypnotherapeutic techniques are explained and discussed, such as: general relaxation and calmness, guided imagery, teaching self-hypnosis, ego-strengthening, direct and indirect suggestions for healing and recovery, cognitive restructuring and reframing, symbolic guided imagery, age progression (back from the future technique), metaphorical prescriptions, age regression and abreactions, and ego state therapy.
Retrieving these inner resources in age regression to those traumatic events reunites the sacrificial alternative self with the immanent embodied person, strengthening the fabric of the soul's energetic field.
Patients were divided into three groups depending on the sedation technique: intravenous sedation (n = 137) using only midazolam and alfentanil; hypnosis (n = 172), during which patients achieved a hypnotic trance level with age regression; and relaxation (n = 28), comprising patients in whom hypnosis was induced without attaining a trance level.