Bernice and Her Multiple Personalities: The Human Brain Is a Wonderful Programable Computer. Reprograming the Brain Using Hypnotherapy.

Bernice and Her Multiple Personalities The Human Brain Is a Wonderful Programable Computer Reprograming the Brain Using Hypnotherapy Why you should read this book Learn how the mind is fractured by trauma and how to put it back together again using hypnotherapy Read an interesting account of answers to questions such as why Ruth th

  • Title: Bernice and Her Multiple Personalities: The Human Brain Is a Wonderful Programable Computer. Reprograming the Brain Using Hypnotherapy.
  • Author: Zora O. Young
  • ISBN: 9781467858038
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why you should read this book Learn how the mind is fractured by trauma and how to put it back together again using hypnotherapy Read an interesting account of answers to questions such as why Ruth thought she had killed three children Read Nancy s account of her Awakening after many years of sleep The human brain is the most magnificent thing in the world and you wiWhy you should read this book Learn how the mind is fractured by trauma and how to put it back together again using hypnotherapy Read an interesting account of answers to questions such as why Ruth thought she had killed three children Read Nancy s account of her Awakening after many years of sleep The human brain is the most magnificent thing in the world and you will learn about it You will learn how children and adults may respond to traumatic events and to prevent or correct the consequences Therapists and legal professionals dealing with the mental effects will learn understanding You will read the very interesting biography and the therapy of a multiple personality You will understand the effectiveness hypnotherapy You will read Bernice s poetry with an understanding gained from her life experience

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    1. Early in her therapy, Our Heroine, Bernice - assigned a therapist following an overdose she can't remember taking and a 911 call she can't remember making - and Our Hero, Dr. Young, have the following exchange:'I read about hypnosis and it said that suggestions can be made that a hypnotised person takes to be reality. How am I to know whether you are making such suggestions?''I am careful not to make suggestions.'The text indicates so consistently otherwise that it's almost funny:'I'll tell you [...]

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