Current Journal Contents

Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
September 2013 Volume 40 Number 2

This current edition of the journal is available only to financial members of the Society. Earlier editions of the Journal are now freely available to the public.


1. The Gifts and Vulnerabilities of the Highly Hypnotizable: Relevance for Therapy
Wendy-Louise Walker Retired Clinical and Forensic Psychologist

2. Teaching Hypnotically Responsive Clients Self-Management of Negative Emotions Using Self-Talk, Imagination, and Emotion
Wendy-Louise Walker
Retired Clinical and Forensic Psychologist

3. The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry Part 5: Treatment of Specific Phobias—Animal and Situational Subtypes
David Kraft, Private Practice, Harley Street, London

4. Hypnosis as an Adjunctive Treatment In The Management of Cricopharyngael Spasm
Nadine Pelling, University of South Australia

5. The Use of Hypnosis as an Adjunct to Cognitive–Behavioural Therapy in The Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
in a Patient Previously Resistant to Other Modes of Therapy
Raymon Horley, Psychologist in private practice Perth WA

6. Hypnosis, Zen Buddhism and the Cancer Experience Workshop Part 1: Hypnosis and Zen Buddhism
Norman Shum, Psychiatrist in private practice, Adelaide

7. Hypnosis, Zen Buddhism and the Cancer Experience Workshop Part 2: The Cancer Experience
Sue Stefanovic, Clinical psychologist in private practice, Adelaide

8. Deep Trance
Dr Norman Shum, Psychiatrist in private practice,Adelaide

8. Rosie’s Recovery: Case Study of a Crippling Phobia
Karla Fenton, OAM, Medical hypnotherapist in private practice in Hobart