Hypnotic Procedure for Pain Relief / Valerie J. Wall 481 • Techniques of Hypnoanalgesia / Karen Olness and G. Gail Gardner 484 • Pediatric Wound Injection — Using a Visual Distraction Technique / Steven F. Bierman 486 • Examples of Suggestions for Use in Pediatric Emergencies / Daniel P. Kohen 488
A Hypnotherapeutic Approach to Enuresis / Daniel P. Kohen 489 • Imagery with Bedwetting / H. E. Stanton 493 • Induction and Ocean Metaphor for Bedwetting / Valerie J. Wall 494 • Suggestions with Enuresis / Franz Baumann 496 • Erickson's Suggestions with Enuresis / Milton H. Erickson A91 • Enchanted Cottage Suggestions for Enuresis / Don E. Gibbons 497
Suggestions for Thumbsucking 498
Erickson's Suggestions for Thumbsucking / Milton H. Erickson 498 • Suggestions with a Four-Year-Old Thumbsucker / Lawrence M. Staples 499
Metaphor for a Boy with Behavioral Problems / Norma P. Barretta and Philip F. Barretta 499 • Hypnosis in the Treatment of Tourette Syndrome / David N. Zahm 501 • A New Hypnobehavioral Method for the Treatment of Children with Tourette's Disorder / Martin H. Young and Robert J. Montano 502 • Technique with Asthmatic Children / Harold B, Crasilneck and James A. Hall 504 • Suggestions with Dyslexia / Harold B. Crasilneck and James A. Hall 505 • Hypnotic Suggestions with Stuttering / Harold B. Crasilneck and James A. Hall 505 • Personalized Fairy Tales for Treating Childhood Insomnia / Elaine S. Levine 505 • Suggestions with School Phobia / David Waxman 506 • A Science Fiction-Based Imagery Technique / Gary R. Elkins and Bryan D. Carter 506
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Hypnosis is a capital instrument for relaxation and alleviating stress. It helps calm down both the brain and body, giving a useful rest. All the same it can be rather costly to hire a clinical hypnotherapist, and we might not always want one around when we would like to destress.