Tele-hypnosis in the Treatment of Adolescent School Refusal

  title={Tele-hypnosis in the Treatment of Adolescent School Refusal},
  author={Alex Aviv},
  journal={American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis},
  pages={31 - 40}
  • A. Aviv
  • Published 1 July 2006
  • Psychology
  • American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis
Abstract Few studies have presented the use of hypnosis in the treatment of school refusal. These studies haven't approached the problem of self-hypnosis during the stressful morning hours. This paper introduces a therapeutic approach, which utilizes known hypnotic techniques, but rehearses them via the telephone, while the patient is at his/her house or on the way to school and the therapist is at the office. Twelve school-refusal adolescents were treated with different hypnotherapy techniques… 

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