Research

 

                                    


                           Louise Docker 

 

"Many complementary and alternative medicine treatments such as hypnosis can help promote physical, mental and spiritual wellness."

-Mayo Clinic


"A substantial body of research demonstrates the efficacy of hypnosis as part of the integrative treatment of many conditions that traditional medicine has found difficult to treat."
-50 Years of Hypnosis in Medicine and Clinical Health Psychology

American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 2008 

 

"A growing body of research supports the ancient practice as an effective tool in the treatment of a variety of problems, from anxiety to chronic pain". 

-Altered States: Hypnosis Can Help with Problems from Anxiety to Pain: How it Works, and What it Does in the Brain, Newsweek, 2004


"This relatively simple and inexpensive psychological intervention has applications both to a range of immune disorders and for promoting health in the population at large."

-Hypnosis from a Neurobiological Perspective: A Review of Evidence and Applications to Improve Immune Function, Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London, 1999

"Randomized controlled studies with clinical populations indicate that hypnosis has a reliable and significant impact on acute procedural pain and chronic pain conditions." 
-Hypnosis and Clinical Pain, University of Washington School of Medicine, 2003

"Hypnosis has been used in the treatment of pain; depression; anxiety and phobias; stress; habit disorders; gastro-intestinal disorders; skin conditions; post-surgical recovery; relief from nausea and vomiting; childbirth; treatment of hemophilia; and many other conditions."
Hypnosis Today – Looking Beyond the Media Portrayal
American Psychological Association, 2008