The Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis

The ASCH’s journal, The Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis, is published twice a year in the Australian Spring and Autumn. Its focus is on the professional application of hypnosis and hypnotherapy, covering aspects of original clinical research, theoretical, historical and related reports, and book reviews.

Current Issue

ASCH Journal Volume 41 - Number 1 Spring 2020

Combining Hypnosis and Biofeedback to enhance chronic pain management; Clinical hypnotherapy for stopping alcohol addiction; A Single Case Study; Transference and Countertransference in Clinical Hypnosis

Authors: Tenley Fukui, LPC, Wright Williams, PhD., Gabriel Tan, PhD., and Mark P. Jensen, PhD., Tracie O’Keefe, Dr Anand Chandrasegaran MBBS, Edgar Alfonso Acuña Bermudez

Past Issues

ASCH Journal Volume 40 - Number 2 Spring 2018 Editorial James Braid (III): Braid’s Boundary-Work, M‘Neile’s Personal Attack, and Braid’s Defence; James Braid (IV): Braid’s Further Boundary-Work, and the Publication of Neurypnology ; 2 James Braid (V): Chemical and Hypnotic Anaesthesia, Psycho-Physiology, and Braid’s Final Theories; James Braid (VI): Exhuming the Authentic Braid—Priority, Prestige, Status, and Signifcance Click here to download full issue

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