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Integrating existential thinking with the clinical practice of hypsis, this volume provides a useful tool for all mental health professionals. It describes the work of various philosophers, such as Kierkegaard and Nietzsche, and connects their theories to the psychotherapeutic process. Chapters address issues relating to the incorporation of existential thought in the practice of hyptherapy: the crucial importance of the therapist?patient dialogue; the authors' argument against hypsis as an altered state of consciousness; and the inadequacy of measurement scales that reportedly determine a patient's ability to be hyptized. An important feature of the book is the authors' linking of particular hyptherapy techniques for specific therapeutic outcomes. This book will be invaluable to clinicians who want to help clients break old, self?destructive habits and maintain healthy patterns of behavior.
Mark E. King, Ph.D., is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Child Development/Child Care, School of Social Work, at the University of Pittsburgh. He is a licensed psychologist with a private practice specializing in existential hypnosis and psychotherapy. He authored For We Are and edited Existential-Phenomenological Alternatives for Psychology. Charles M. Citrenbaum, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist in Baltimore, Maryland, with a private practice specializing in existential hypnosis and psychotherapy. He is past president of the Baltimore Psychological Association and a charter member of the Maryland Society for Clinical Hypnosis. Together, Drs. King and Citrenbaum they have taught over 300 professional workshops in communication and hypnosis since 1980. Coauthors of Irresistible Communication: Creative Skills for the Health Professional, Modern Clinical Hypnosis for Habit Control, and The Courage to Recover, both are popular with the media and have appeared on numerous local and national television shows.