Subliminal Therapy

Using the mind to heal

By: Edwin K. Yager, PhD


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Size152mm x 229mm
PublishedSeptember 2011

Subliminal Therapy is a technique by which hypnotic phenomena can be used for therapeutic purposes without the need for formal trance induction and can be used either on its own or in addition to other treatment. In this book readers are introduced to the concepts and applications of Subliminal Therapy and are taught how to use it.

Subliminal Therapy engages the unconscious to uncover the causes of clients’ problems, whether manifesting physically, emotionally, intellectually or behaviourally, and then to resolve those problems through re-framing and re-conditioning. It provides a practical, efficient and logical way to identify the causes of psychogenic problems and to resolve their influence.

Although Subliminal Therapy may be a new concept for professionals it has evolved over the past thirty years into a highly efficient form of treatment. The technique has proved especially effective in the treatment of anxiety and the effects of early abuse such as sexual dysfunction, unresolved anger and psychogenic medical problems.

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Edwin K. Yager, PhD

Edwin K. Yager, PhD was a clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry, UCSD School of Medicine and a staff psychologist for the UCSD Medical Group. He was a certified consultant in hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and was also a president, board member and fellow of the San Diego Society of Clinical Hypnosis. In the course of his private psychology practice, using Subliminal Therapy and hypnosis, Dr Yager successfully treated thousands of patients.


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