Coursework Assignment: Lee Sze Chet Rewrite: The Healing White Light Script The Healing White Light Script was chosen for this coursework assignment to demonstrate the therapist ability to create scripts which is more appropriate for the patients. White Light has been associated with a universal concept of peace and cleansing. The script was designed to stimulate the body’s own natural ability to heal and act as a metaphorical approach to ego strengthening. Most doctors believe patient’s mental state affect their health status. The power of our thoughts and our focus on either positive or negative can actually have a direct effect on both the physical and the psychosomatic.
Name: Kelly-Anne Tough Course Code: GLASG1A 13 Word Count: 2,012 Essay Question: What is hypnosis? Describe the psychological & physical aspects of hypnosis and the role of relaxation in Hypnotherapy. ______________________________________________________________ With this essay, I aim to explore the meaning of hypnosis, by using a brief history of hypnosis to show how it has developed over the years and how it is used in modern practices today. I will also be discussing what the psychological and physical aspects are of hypnosis as well as discussing how important relaxation is within hypnosis. What is hypnosis?
New understanding of the communication between the brain and immune system provides a physiological explanation of why such cures sometimes worked. Disruption of this communication network leads to an increase in susceptibility to disease and can worsen the course of the illness. Restoration of this communication system, whether through pharmacological agents or the relaxing effects of a spa, can be the first step on the road to healing your mind and body (Sternberg & Gold, 2012). References Friedman, S. H. (2002). Health Psychology Second Ed.
“What is Hypnosis?” Describe the psychological and physical aspects of hypnosis and discuss the role of relaxation in hypnotherapy. "He who looks outside, dreams; he who looks within, awakens" ~ Carl Jung In this essay I shall try to describe what Hypnosis is, it’s physical and psychological aspects, and try to consider the role that relaxation plays in hypnotherapy. But perhaps before we look directly at what hypnosis is it might be worth considering what it is not and at the same time dispel some of the myths and fears that have grown up around it over time. In this way we may begin to look beyond the pendulum swinging pocket watch of popular fiction and towards the powerful and useful tool for positive change that many people
Holistic healing means taking a "wholistic" approach to balance any imbalances in a “whole” person, i.e. body and mind, the physical and the mental. Holistic healing views the person as the sum of the parts instead of parts, which most medical doctors are guilty of practicing. Examples of holistic medicine are meditation, massage, aromatherapy, and reflexology (Vettese, Toneatto, Stea, Nguyen, & Wang, 2009; The Transcendental Meditation Program, 2012). The purpose of this paper will examine Transcendental Meditation (TM) as a method to improve the quality of health with a person’s with medical issues in the emergency room (ER).
The Biological approach believes that everything has a cure for example drug therapy can be used for someone who has depression by giving them antidepressants. The biological perspective allows us to explore the human brain and investigate the affects of this therapy through MRI and PET scans. This can be used in social practice as it can lead to treatment of others to support children or young people, for example identifying developmental delays and problems based on the scientific theory, for example in a school motor abilities are tested to make sure they have no delays, if they do witness delays this can be treated and the correct therapies given. This psychological approach links to health practice. Cognitive behaviour therapy has
Studies clarify what art therapy is and how it can help. Through literature review, primary research, in-depth interviews and case studies, the results are expected to prove the proposition. Strategy conclusions and further guidelines are discussed. Chapter 1: Literature Review Introduction Art therapy can be understood as the remedial use of art techniques by an individual who is experiencing illness, trauma or struggles in living. This professional type of therapy incorporates psychotherapeutic methods with the creative process to improve physical, mental, and emotional health (Case, Dalley, 1992).
Together with the feeling of empowerment, the patient will feel a gradual detoxification process whereby the body will be free itself of impurities and lay a foundation for excellent health and emotional well-being. DISCUSSION The Healing White Light script is suitable for use in hypnotherapy to induce the body to naturally heal itself against various illnesses, possibly by psychoneuroimmunologic reaction. The script utilizes a vivid description of the emergence of a healing white light to induce a general sense of well-being in patients suffering from tumor, growths and bodily pains. A patient in an altered state of consciousness responds literally to suggestions. Thus, words with ambiguous meaning may lead to undesirable effects.
Hellmut W.A. Karle and Jennifer H. Boys explain hypnosis as “a tool with which we may influence many functions of the body, especially in terms of accessing and mobilizing the healing process.” (1) In order to look at the psychological and physical aspects of hypnosis it is important to understand that the body and mind are one organism. For example when a person experiences something psychological like