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Psychological Approach to the Management of Pain
By Joseph Barber PhD (Editor) and Cheri Adrian PhD (Editor)
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Publisher:  Brunner Mazel
Edition:  1st
Binding:  Hardcover
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3.0 out of 5 stars.  Not intensive, October 31, 2015
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Where do I find a REALLY good book on hypnotic pain control ?

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Psychological approaches to pain management: a test of time, March 27, 2000
By Donald D. Price, Ph.D.
The principles outlined in this book for psychological managment of pain, particularly hypnotherapy, have withstood a test of time. As I stated in the front flap of the book at the time of its publication, this book "..is a deeply intelligent and comprehensive treatment of the subject. It provides insights into the many possible ways acute and chronic pain can be reduced and managed, giving full attention to individual needs and psychological contexts of pain patients." On rereading this book, I would say the same thing today. It remains a masterpeice and one of the best of its kind.

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