Review Article by NPHTI Co-Founders Describes the “What, Why and How” of Hypnosis for Children and Adolescents

Are you looking for an outstanding summary of the past 30+ years of pediatric clinical hypnosis? Well, look no further! — Drs. Daniel Kohen and Pamela Kaiser, co-founders and co-directors of the National Pediatric Hypnosis Training Institute, have just published their review article entitled, “Clinical Hypnosis with Children and Adolescents—What? Why? How?: Origins, Applications, and Efficacy” (Children 2014, 1, 74-98).  Their article integrates the history of the field with a fully referenced list of evidence-based applications of hypnosis in child health, and goes in-depth into 4 illustrative case vignettes before concluding with information about how to obtain further training in the field, e.g. through one of our workshops. It’s the perfect introduction to our field and serves as a unique touchpoint for the philosophy of care that we foster at NPHTI.


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