HOW TO TREAT BY SUGGESTION Edwin L. Ash

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Published: December 1st 2013

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HOW TO TREAT BY SUGGESTION  by  Edwin L. Ash

HOW TO TREAT BY SUGGESTION by Edwin L. Ash
December 1st 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 61 pages | ISBN: | 9.61 Mb

The authors intention to summarize the various practical rules, which may be followed by those wishing to carry out treatment by suggestion- and to indicate, as far as possible, the several types of cases for which the different methods areMoreThe authors intention to summarize the various practical rules, which may be followed by those wishing to carry out treatment by suggestion- and to indicate, as far as possible, the several types of cases for which the different methods are particularly suited.

Theoretical considerations will scarcely be touched upon, there being many sound books of reference in which theories of suggestion and hypnotic treatment are discussed at length, and to which reference may be made. In practical work and demonstration, the chief questions asked by students of psychotherapy are, of course:What do you do?How do you give the Treatment?What suggestions do you emphasize?What sort of a mental condition do you seek to bring about in the patient?It is, in fact, a matter of the “what-happens without any particular reference to the “why-it-happens.

And, after all, the position of the teacher of psychotherapy in this respect is very little if anything more unsatisfactory than that of the drug-therapist who is frequently compelled to lecture and demonstrate the acknowledged actions of substances without being able to account for why the curative action is brought about. Even about some surgical operations, their successful application is known, although the principles by which the procedure is carried out to bring about the recovery of disease are not properly understood. This, however, does not prevent the teaching of doses of drugs and the technique of surgical methods from being successfully carried out with satisfactory results, to both the practitioner and his patients.In sum, I feel that a brief account of technical details without reference to theory, together with notes as to the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of treatment by suggestion.

It will be of great assistance to the student, who has certainly a great choice of textbooks on psychotherapy to choose from, but has not been well looked after in the matter of simple outlines of psychotherapeutic practice free from general psychological discussion. To which end I will at once set forth the detailed steps carried out in daily practical work, and further illustrate these by reference to a few examples of cases dealt with.



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