Is hypnotherapy a legitimate treatment method?

Deeper forms of hypnosis may appear to make you sleep, but you are actually still aware throughout the whole process. — Filepic

I have been asked by readers of this column to write about hypnotherapy as an alternative therapeutic approach.

This is especially as it has been the subject of intrigue, and to some extent, scepticism, within the mental health community and the public.

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Hypnotherapy , hypnosis , mental health


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