Hypnosis

CHRYSALIS Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling Case Study Author Miguel V. Da Silva Course code LONDO1A February, 2011 Study Case word count 2040 Mr X is a 45 years old man, he works for an estate agency, and is working in this company for 18 years, and now the manager??™s job in his branch has become available, but he has some reservations about applying as he does not want to upset the apple cart if he is not successful. He says that he was always recognized as a good worker, and he knows deep down that he can do the job as he has stood in for the present manager many… Read More

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Crt 205 Argument Validity

2. (c) possibly true or possibly false. Just because the annual rainfall in California??™s north valley averages twenty-three inches. It does not mean it will rain twenty-three inches next year this is only an average. The chances of that are all most impossible. 3. (b) probably true. This is a very old truck and a V8 on top of that. It is also much worn. It also cannot be rule out. 4. (c) possibly true or possibly false. I came to this because there is no way that you can tell if a Republicans will win of the way the election has when in the past. Actually it could go… Read More

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Hypnosis

???What is hypnosis??™ Describe the psychological and physical aspects of hypnosis and discuss the role of relaxation in Hypnotherapy. Psychological therapies aim to assist clients in finding alternatives to their present unsatisfactory ways of thinking, helping them to become more accepting of themselves. Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation in which your mind is focused allowing connections between thoughts, feelings and behaviours become clearer. Hypnosis therefore allows the hypnotherapist to guide the client in finding alternatives ways of thinking and responding. Hypnosis is defined not as a therapy but as a procedure by means of which therapy is delivered. This procedure typically involves an interaction between two people, the… Read More

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Crt-205 Argument Evaluation

Argument Evaluation CRT-205 Argument- Terrorists were ???extraordinarily successful??? in their efforts to cause fear in the hearts of Americans. Premise- Goal of terrorism is to cause damage to their target and to make the population in general have fear that they might be next. Premise- Americans reacted with fear. Premise- Terrorists were successful in causing a great deal of damage. Conclusion- The terrorists achieved their major goal of spreading fear and thus disrupting lives. The first argument I chose to identify is in the first paragraph. In it, the author states that the terrorists were ???extraordinarily successful??? in their efforts to cause fear in the hearts of Americans. This argument… Read More

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Hypnosis Psychological and Physical Aspects of Hypnosis and the Role of Relaxation in Hypnotherapy

Hypnos??s psycholog??c? l Hypnos??s ??n g??n??r? l ??s ??? s??ly ?  sl????pl??k?? st? t?? of conc??ntr? t??d ? w? r??n??ss. To st? t?? th? t hypnos??s ??s ????  sl????pl??k?? st? t????? ??nt? ??ls th? t ??t ??sn??™t doz?? pr??c??s??ly, ? nd thus ??m? g??n??ng, for d??monstr? t??on, ??sn??™t hypnos??s ????th??r. And y??t, ??n thos?? ??nst? nts w?? ? ll know-how just on th?? v??rg?? of dropp??ng slumb??r??ng or rous??ng up??”mom??nts c? ll??d hypnolog??c st? t??s??”w?? ? r?? sort of ? rous??d ? nd sort of doz??ng, sort of ? tt??nt??v?? ? nd sort of dr??? m??ng. Wh??n such know-how ??s ??nduc??d on r??? son, ??t??™s c? ll??d ?  tr? nc??. Tr? nc??s c? n b?? v??ry h??lpful cl??n??c? lly. In such ?  sl????pl??k?? st? t??, ? n ??nd??v??du? l c? n b?? v??ry op??n to n??w ? nd cr??? t??v?? mod??s of look??ng ? t th?? world b??c? us??… Read More

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Crt 205 Appendix E

Axia College Material Appendix E Critical Analysis Forms Fill out one form for each source. Source 1 Hobbs, Thomas R. “Physicians Should Treat Alcoholism as a Disease.” Current Controversies: Alcoholism. Ed. James D. Torr. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2000. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. Apollo Library. 20 Dec. 2009 . | | 1 | Identify the principal issue presented by the source. | Is alcoholism a disease or a personal conduct problem. | 2 | Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. | I didn??™t find this article to be biased because it is made up of facts. | 3… Read More

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Hypnosis and Theory

So, what is hypnosis and how does it work I think most hypnotists accept that hypnosis is caused through the communication of ideas from the hypnotist to the subject, and that this communication does not need any paranormal means ??“ in other words, talking and body language are sufficient. If you think that an energy flows between hypnotist and subject or that telepathy is somehow involved, then I??™m sorry, but this article probably isn??™t for you. In the simplest of cases, the hypnotist talks and the subject listens and as a result, the subject experiences hypnosis. Definitions: What do we mean when we use the word hypnosis This is important… Read More

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Crown Clark & Seal Case Stury

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT General Environment Economic forces: N/A Technological forces: N/A Demographic force: N/A Social forces: N/A Political/Legal forces Political/Legal forces analysis confirms the presence of laws and policies regulating the container package manufacturing industry. Certain standards were required for the production in United States, unlike other emerging countries??™ low standard requirements. Global forces Global forces provided promising future for can manufacturing industry, when new countries of Africa were emerging. Industry Environment Introduction Metal container industry, accounted for 61% of all packaged products in United States in 1989, producing metal cans, crown and closures. Throughout the decade of the 1980s, the demand metal cans grew by an annual average of 3.7%.… Read More

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Hypertension

There are many preventablediseases in our country. Hypertension remains the top disease affectingmany people across the United States. The reason our healthcare systemis so focused on this condition is because of the conditions which arevery treatable as well as preventable. Hypertension remains the predominantillness in our medical system. The reason why our doctors provideso much focus on hypertension is because the main modes of therapy arevery simple: diet and exercise. However, the US population does not focusor abide with diet and exercise and physicians are forced to rely on medicalmanagement. Since the majority of the US population is suffering fromhypertension, it is important that all individual have an understandingon this… Read More

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Crowded Bus

As soon as the school bell rang, everyone stood up before the teacher could finish her sentence. The class had sprinted out of the room. The students ran to the bus stop like in a competition. I walked in a fast pace and got near the end of the line. When the first school bus arrived, the students on the side not lining up hurried to the bus line, pushed and jumped the queue. They had managed to squeeze in the line to hide themselves from the teacher. Now I was at the end, shivering under the harsh winter winds. I felt furious at those people who could board the… Read More

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