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Publication Date: 
June, 2016
Page Count: 
6
Starting Page: 
272
Brief Summary: 

Birth trauma in its many forms creates primal suffering for the infant which, if untreated, often leads to severe and unremitting anxiety into adulthood. Hypnosis has proven to be highly effective in assisting a sufferer to recover because it reveals the origin of the fear. This article addresses how healing can begin once the origin is known. 

Abstract: 

Birth trauma in its many forms creates primal suffering for the infant which, if untreated, often leads to severe and unremitting anxiety into adulthood. Hypnosis has proven to be highly effective in assisting a sufferer to recover because it reveals the origin of the fear. When the origin is known–when a client can finally understand the “why” of it—then healing can begin.

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