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The author Crispian Jones, BTh, Dip Min (Hons.), Grad Dip Soc. Sc-Psych, Grad Dip Counsell Psych , CHt, NGH, MAPS.
Crispian Jones, holds full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia and is also a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the National Guild of Hypnotherapists (NGH), USA and American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE).
Pain is a more complicated phenomenon than most people realize, one that involves the body and the mind. Certainly most of us understand that pain begins with an external or internal stimulus, such as touching a hot stove or tearing a muscle. The body recognizes this stimulus and transfers the information along fibres to the brain, where it is recognized as pain and then felt as an unpleasant sensation. However, science also tells us that pain is not only about these sensations and the physical processes, but also that there is a level of psychology involved.
Scientific, controlled clinical studies have shown that hypnosis can have a significant, reliable impact on pain, both acute and chronic. Hypnosis has been clinically shown to be effective pain relief in a variety of applications including: burn patients, phantom limb pain, cancer patients, chronic pain and more. Hypnosis has been demonstrated an effective treatment for adults, senior citizens, children and adolescents. More and more general practitioners are using non-traditional therapies, including hypnosis and meditation, to successfully help their clients deal with pain
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