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Ipnosi
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ISSN (Print) 1971-0461 - ISSN (Online) 1972-4985
Published by Edizioni Franco Angeli Homepage  [66 journals]
  • Hypnobiome: A New Frontier of Hypnotherapy'

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      Abstract: Giuseppe De Benedittis
      This work represents the first contribution aimed at identifying hypnotic communiations in therapeutic approaches of different orientations. In particular, it attempts to analyze a clinical case conducted according to a systemic-relational model to determine the hypnotic aspects unconsciously utilized by the therapist. Evaluating the hypothesis of whether, from a perspective of integration, hypnotic techniques and communications can be utilized by therapists of a different theo-retical approach, a case analysis is presented and analyzed.
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  • The man who wasn’t there

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      Abstract: Fabio Carnevale, Sandro Montanari
      It is currently believed that addiction is a complex behavioral disorder that is influenced by biological, psychological, sociological factors, and that, as such, must be seen from a biopsychosocial perspective. The authors believe that there may be two main “magnets” that first stimulate and then stabilize addiction, fa-voring its relapse: the attempt to carry out a self-therapy of one’s affective dysregulation (alexithymia) and the activation of the memory of pleasure. After presenting a brief review on the use of hypnosis in the treatment of addictive dis-orders, the authors expose their own technique, Reverse Systematic Desensitiza-tion, illustrating it through a clinical case. The effectiveness of the technique in re-ducing the thought of the substance, therefore craving and relapse, is associated with an increased rate of maintained successful treatment.
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  • The valuable contribution of proverbs in ericksonian clinical practice

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      Abstract: Valerio Pidone, Emanuele Mazzone
      Milton Erickson used proverbs in his clinical practice to convey therapeutic messages in shared experience-based language. This article of a paremiological type offers a description of the historical origins, sources and gnomics of the proverb, its geographical spread and the analysis of the linguistic structure that underlies it: the metaphor. The article investigates the symbolic meaning of the proverb with reference to cognitive theories, neuroscience, theory of mind and Jungian archetypes and focuses on its use in ericksonian clinical practice.
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  • The Psychic Figurability: the therapeutic and cognitive power of the
           imaginary

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      Abstract: Valter Santilli
      The need for the human mind to figure or picture the external world is funda-mentally dependent on the imagination. Many authors hold that the ability to create "pictures" of the world, up to and including the highest degree of abstraction, is a fundamental component of our mental functions. For this to be possible, a qualitative leap ahead in evolution was needed to produce what R. Thom defines as the primary intuition, or the mind’s ability to advance from simple sensorial perception to actually imagining external reality. This psychic figurability is hence a basic mental function which is highly active in dreamlike phenomena and in dreams, and in the visions which often arise in the hypnotic trance state. It is also massive-ly involved in the creative mental processes of the fields of both science and art. In the practice of psychotherapy, we frequently use images, or, more elaborately, metaphors, to describe both the internal and the external realities of a patient. For therapeutical purposes, we also induce regressive states, a neuropsychological dimension that facilitates the development of the ideational and hallucinatory phe-nomena that underpin the human capacity to imagine. One interesting aspect of psychotherapy is that both the therapist and the patient can share this regressive pathway, thanks to the special dual rapport that arises in hypnotherapy, and the shared work of psychoanalysis. Not only the state of mind but also the product of psychic figurability is shared, as in the clinical case described in the article.
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  • The adventures of Pinocchio as metaphors of the transformative process

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      Abstract: Anna Guerrera
      The Adventures of Pinocchio as metaphors of the transformative process. It tells the story of a puppet who wants to be a real boy and to make his wish come true he has to experience many adventures and misadventures that will help him grow. It is a metaphorical path of transformation, during which he meets meta-phorical and symbolic characters who represent the archetypes of the human soul.
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  • Tenet, time, free will and vice versa

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      Abstract: Antonio Piro, Luca Bidogia
      Does time exist' If so, in what shape can the human mind imagine it' The arti-cle uses the movie Tenet as an opportunity to reflect on free will and get some metaphors to use in hypnotic contexts.
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  • The passion for the discovery and the professionalism: talking with Dr.
           Giuseppe Ducci

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      Abstract: Matteo Paganelli
      In this interview with Dr. Giuseppe Ducci, we talk about him, his experience as teacher and supervisor of the school of hypnosis, his experience as director in a big Italian Department of Public Mental Health. We also talk about his work with hypnosis and about the studies related to psychological aspects of pandemic.
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  • Journal and international publications

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      Abstract: Renzo Balugani, Antonella Ciaramella, Nicolino Rago
      This section collects abstracts from the most recent international literature regarding hypnosis in main domains. In this number the main focuses are: (1) the relationship between the hypnotic state and trauma and dissociation related fac-tors, both in the treatment of children and the adult patients; (2) the use of new, reliable measures of hypnotic susceptibility, both in traditional ways and using per-sonal devices; (3) the neurobehavioral processes and neurobiological mechanisms underpinning hypnosis. This issues overall conveys important cues toward the ef-fectiveness and authenticity of hypnosis-related phenomena.
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  • E. Facco, S. Tagliagambe, Ritornare a Ippocrate. Riflessioni sulla
           medicina di oggi, Mondadori, Milano, 2020

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      Abstract: Claudio Mammini

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