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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.3" Height: 1" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher EIH Publishing
ISBN 1929661096 ISBN13 9781929661091
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More About Allen S. Chips
Chips, Doctor of Clinical Hypnotherapy, is President of the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists, Executive Director of the Eastern Institute of Hypnotherapy, and Managing Editor of the Bridge Magazine. He is a popular presenter for the Association for Research and Enlightenment in Virginia Beach, VA, and and internationally renowned speaker and trainer in Clinical-Transpersonal Hypnotherapy.
Allen S. Chips currently resides in the state of Virginia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Clinical Hypnotherapy: A Transpersonal Approach, Second Edition?
Excellant book for a mind, body, spirit approach to hypnotherapy Jul 8, 2008
I find this book is a must if you are studying the art of Hypnotism. Doing hypnotism without transpersonally honoring a client's mind, body and spirit is like trying to row a boat without a paddle. Allen Chips writes an informative academic text that gives students of hypnotism the tools they need to forge ahead professionally. You will gain outstanding knowledge and excellent examples for the practice and application of hypnosis.
an intro for the layperson Jan 12, 2007
This book is a good read for the layperson who is beginning to explore the metaphysical. You must also read "My Voice Will Go With You" edited by Sidney Rosen, "Hypnosis: A Jungian Perspective" by James Hall, and study Milton Erickson's work - if you are a practicing therapist who may want to begin to use hypnotic techniques in your work with depth psychology.
Clinical Hypnotherapy Nov 27, 2005
The second edition of Clinical Hypnotherapy by Dr. Chips is an excellent revised second edition. Writing errors are to a minimum, and the content is pertinant to clinical and transpersonal hypnotherapy. This book is well worth the cover price for those who desire to learn about hypnotherapy for themselves as a client, or for the purpose of entering into the profession.
Poorly Written & Not Recommended May 26, 2004
As mentioned in another review, this book contains many, many grammatical and spelling errors which distract from the credibility of the material presented. This self-published book is not professionally written or edited. While some of the material is useful ~ particularly the final chapter ~ it certainly wasn't worth the expensive cover price. I can't recommend this book.
Clinical Hypnotherapy: A Transpersonal Approach Nov 12, 2000
I was not impressed with the book at all. There were quite a few typographical errors, the pictures were amaturerish to say the least. The Justification was all staggared throughout the book, and I would not suggest this book for anybody who wants to look at the world of hypnotherapy in a nonbiased light.