Future-Focused Therapeutic Strategies for Integrative Health.

Title

Future-Focused Therapeutic Strategies for Integrative Health.

Creator

Torem Moshe S

Publisher

The International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis

Date

2017
2017-09

Description

For many years, the therapy field was dominated by a focus on the past. In this context, many clinicians were trained to use hypnosis as a tool to explore the past, and there is a rich literature documenting the use of hypnosis as a tool to induce age regression and the uncovering of traumatic memories. This article presents a therapeutic paradigm that focuses on the future. Hypnosis is used to induce creativity, flexibility, and openness to the future. In the context of health care, hypnosis is used to explore the best possible treatment outcome, which may be pharmacological, surgical, or a combination of both as well as other nonsurgical interventions. This article elaborates on the effective use of a therapeutic hypnosis strategy and technique focused on the future.

Subject

Adult; Anxiety; Autosuggestion; Cardiovascular – Psychosocial Factors; Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures/psychology; Chronic Obstructive – Therapy; Chronic Obstructive/psychology; Combined Modality Therapy; Fear; Female; Forecasting; Goals and Objectives; Humans; Hypnosis; Hypnosis/*methods; Hysterectomy/psychology; Integrative Medicine; Leiomyoma – Diagnosis; Leiomyoma – Surgery; Lung Transplantation – Psychosocial Factors; Male; Middle Age; Middle Aged; Oxygen Therapy; Pulmonary Disease; Self Care; Smoking Cessation; Smoking Cessation/methods/psychology; Suggestion; Surgery; Treatment Outcomes; Uterine Hemorrhage – Diagnosis; Uterine Hemorrhage – Surgery; Uterine Hemorrhage/surgery

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

353–378

Issue

3

Volume

65

Citation

Torem Moshe S, “Future-Focused Therapeutic Strategies for Integrative Health.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed August 1, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/4082.

Social Bookmarking