This article is a review of another article which discusses the current status of how researchers view the efficacy of the use of clinical hypnosis in a variety of problem areas. It may be helpful in understanding what the research seems to be saying at this point about the efficacy of hypnosis. It should not be taken as gospel, but as an opinion in a point in time. Overall, it suggests that hypnosis is considered to be a good treatment for a variety of issues, even though it doesn’t have a seal of approval from the APA for a variety of reasons, including probably political reasons. Enjoy the read.
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