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Hypnosis in a museum, an art center or a gallery

I practice hypnosis alone or in individual sessions in the contemporary art scene, under the influence of the works or just surrounded by them, whether paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, installations … In my opinion hypnosis and art complement each other … Continue reading

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Improv for Anxiety: A Stand-Up Therapeutic Tool?

Medscape Medical News from the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) Conference 2014. Kathleen Louden, April 14, 2014 “…Known as Improv for Anxiety, the joint program between The Second City and Panic/Anxiety Recovery Center on the city’s (Chicago) North Side combines improvisation and cognitive-behavioral therapy … Continue reading

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Psychological Androgyny

Scientific American, By Scott Barry Kaufman | September 1, 2013 |  13 “…Research studies have shown associations between androgyny and a wide range of positive outcomes such as self-esteem, satisfaction with life, marital satisfaction, subjective feelings of well-being, ego identity, parental effectiveness, perceived competence, … Continue reading

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Rachmaninoff and Hypnotherapy

The failure of Symphony No. 1 (1897) long bothered Rachmaninoff. Nikolai Dahl From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nikolai Vladimirovich Dahl, often called Nicolai Dahl (Russian: Николай Владимирович Даль) (July 17, 1860 – 1939) was a Russian physician. He graduated from … Continue reading

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