Informed consent and the standard of care in the practice of clinical hypnosis.

  title={Informed consent and the standard of care in the practice of clinical hypnosis.},
  author={D. Corydon Hammond and Alan W Scheflin and Eric Vermetten},
  journal={The American journal of clinical hypnosis},
  volume={43 3-4},
Dr. Lynn (Lynn, 2001) has proposed a new standard of care for the practice of clinical hypnosis based on his particular theoretical position regarding dissociation and hypnosis, as well as on his newly expressed reservations about his previously published research (Lynn, Mare, Segal, & Sivec, 1994). In this regard, he has expressed particular concern about how clinicians may evaluate the accuracy of a patient’s memories or make interpretations about the causes/motivations underlying their… CONTINUE READING

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