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'Always read the little book' - Charles Dunlap, MD. Dr Dunlap rolled a small library of about 30 books into his medical class and told them it was a monumental compilation of everything that was known about diabetes, published in 1920, before the discovery of insulin. He then held up a book of about 200 pages and said 'this was published in 1930, after the discover of insulin. 'Always read the little book'. Dabney Ewin has been teaching medical hypnosis for the past thirty years and in his experience he believes that a small book is likely to be a clear message by a knowledgeable author. This simple but immensely powerful book is a testament to all the ideas that Dr Ewin wished he had known about when he first started practising hypnosis. He has sought to make this publication as little as possible, consistent with the message of seeking to take a complicated idea and presenting it in the simplest way. The words and phrases are designed to give any beginning or experienced student a foundation about the working of hypnosis. Divided into five sections with a comprehensive reference section for further reading, this book can be taken one page at a time from the beginning or browsed through randomly.

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An easy read. 25 juin 2011
Par Judith E. Pearson, Ph.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Dabney Ewin, a physician, intended 101 Things to be a small, simple book: easy to read and understand. And it is. Ewin is a Clinical Professor of Surgery and Psychiatry at Tulane Medical School in New Orleans, Louisiana. With a strong affinity for psychosomatic medicine, he began teaching and using medical hypnosis in 1970. Today he is a leading expert in medical hypnotherapy. His book is a compilation of observations for practitioners.

Ewin's 101 Things are arranged in five categories:
*Connotations of words in hypnosis; why hypnotherapists should avoid certain words.
*Suggestions for smoking cessation. Instead of "ex-smoker" or "non-smoker" use the phrase "normal person". After all, it's abnormal to derive pleasure from inhaling deadly substances!
*Helpful hints for pain management.
*Useful but little known hypnotic techniques.
*Miscellaneous pearls of wisdom.

The book's most unique feature is a physician's view of medical hypnosis. Ewin enlightens readers on the placebo/nocebo effect, hypnoanalysis, trauma, pain, belief, laughter, prayer, suggestion, and ideomotor signals. Did you know, for instance that a surge of adrenalin creates a moment of maximum suggestibility? For this reason, anyone treating a patient in crises or fear should take care with what to say. Even seasoned hypnotherapists will learn something of value from this small book. I like it. I plan to read it again, reading one "thing" daily as a "thought for the day," rather than take in the entire book at a single setting. I recommend you do the same.
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Like having a conversation with the author 12 juin 2012
Par bcodding - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Dr. Dabney Ewin's book comes from the knowledge he has gained in more than 30 years as a medical practitioner and educator at Tulane University Medical School. He stated that he would jot down these insights to pass on to his medical students, and has now compiled them in this book.

Some are very simple, such as insight #1, the word "Seems." While others are compelling, such as his discussion of the terms "ex-smoker" and "non-smoker" in smoking cessation. It is not often that one finds this much knowledge is such a concise package.

I chose this book for my book report assignment in Clinical Hypnotherapy class because I can see the value of it for one starting out in practice as well as the seasoned professional.
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Hypnosis made easier. 21 mars 2011
Par Biigbobby - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Dabney Ewin MD. does the Hypnosis world proud with his book "101 things I wish I had known when I started using hypnosis". His explanations of words used during hypnosis to make it easier for the client to achieve their goals is worth its weight in gold. A thoroughly interesting book for those practicing hypnosis.
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Should be required reading 2 avril 2012
Par Lisa Souza - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I purchased this based on the title - and I wasn't sorry. It is so packed with useful information that I took it to my hypnotherapy class and presented it. My instructor's only issue with the book? That he hadn't written it himself.

I've reread it several times and hope to commit most of the information to memory.
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Highly recommended for any psychological or medical collection 14 février 2010
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Hypnosis has clinical use, and Dabney Ewin has learned much in the avenue of useful knowledge from his own use of the technique. "101 Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Using Hypnosis" is the ponderings of Dr. Ewin on the use of hypnosis in medical practice. Discussing medical hypnosis, what it can be use for and what its results can be. Fine and fascinating reading, "101 Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Using Hypnosis" is highly recommended for any psychological or medical collection.
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