Obstetrical Hypnosis: Childbirth Training 271
Group Hypnosis Training in Obstetrics / Simon W. Chiasson 271 • Outline of Hypnotic Suggestions in Obstetrics / Bertha P. Rodger 273 • Suggestions for a Comfortable Delivery / Joseph Barber 275 • The Hypnoreflexogenous Technique in Obstetrics / A. Kenneth Fuller 277 • Childbirth Suggestions / Larry Goldmann 278 • Management of Antenatal Hypnotic Training / David Waxman 279 • Erickson's Childbirth Suggestions / Milton H. Erickson 281 • An Ericksonian Approach to Childbirth / Noelle M. Poncelet 282 • Childbirth Script / Diane Roberts Stoler 286 • Preparation for Obstetrical Labor / William S. Kroger 293 • Suggestions with Untrained Patients in Labor / Nicholas L. Rock, T. E. Shipley, and C. Campbell 296
Premature Labor, Miscarriage and Abortion 296
Hypnotic Relaxation Technique for Premature Labor / Haim Omer 296 • Use of Immediate Interventions to Uncover Emotional Factors in Pre-Abortion Conditions / David B. Cheek 299 • Treating the Trauma of Prospective Abortion / Helen H. Watkins 301
Hyperemesis Gravidarum and Miscellaneous Gynecologic Disorders 302
Hypnotic Intervention with Hyperemesis Gravidarum / Ralph V. August 302 • Control Of Hyperemesis / Larry Goldmann 303 • Suggestions for Hyperemesis / William T. Heron 304 • Progressive Anesthesia Technique for Hyperemesis Gravidarum / D. Corydon Hammond 305 • Suggestions for Hyperemesis / Harold B. Crasilneck and James A. Hall 305 • Suggestions for Hyperemesis Gravidarum / David Waxman 305 • Suggestions with Psychogenic Amenorrhea / William S. Kroger 306 • Suggestions with Leukorrhea / F. H. Leckie 306
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