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Dr. Paul, Your new book "Hypnotherapy for Body, Mind and Spirit: is very useful and is easy to work with when compared to kissing frogs. Thank you for this wonderful addition to my " books to have available" in time of need. Thanks Paul, Leonard Byrd, PC Mississippi

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DEDICATIONS     ACKNOWLEDGMENTS      BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION       FORWARD BY ANNE H. SPENCER-BEACHAM, Ph. D

HYPNOTHERAPY FOR BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT
CHAPLAIN PAUL G. DURBIN, PH.D.

OUTLINE
DEDICATIONS:
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:
CHAPLAIN PAUL G. DURBIN BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION:
FORWARD
: (Dr. Anne Spencer-Beacham, PhD., Director of the
International Medical Hypnotherapy Association)
SECTION ONE: HUMAN TRINITY HYPNOTHERAPY
Chapter 1: Discovering Hypnosis:
Chapter 2: History of Hypnosis:
Chapter 3: Misconceptions Concerning Hypnosis:
Chapter 4: Definitions and Suggestibility
Chapter 5: Inductions:
(1) Hand Rising, Hand Falling Exercise:
(2) The Sway Exercise:
(3) Fingers Spreading Exercise and Hand to Face:
(4) Handclasp Exercise:
(5) The Eye Closure Exercise:
(6) The Thumb Induction:
(7) Counting Your Breath Induction:
(8) A Dave Elman's Induction and Deepening Exercise:
(9) Variation of Dr. Flower's Method:
(10) The Hand Levitation:
(11) Gordon Boyd Indirect Induction With My Adaptation:
(13) 20 Down To 1 - Indirect Induction:
(14) 1 Up To 20; Coming out of Hypnosis:
(15) Favorite Place Relaxation and Inductions:
(16) Motor Home Relaxation Exercise and Induction:
Chapter 6: Imagery and Healing Stories:
Imagery
Types of Imagery:
Metaphors and Healing Stories
Metaphors and Stories, In a Therapeutic Context:
Chapter 7: Healing Stories and Guided Images:
(1) The Man/Woman Who Used Crutches:
(2) The Heavy Backpack:
(3) The Story of the Great As If:
(4) For Those Who Doubt the Value of Hypnosis:
(5) Grandma and Dancing and Snoopy and Dancing:
(6) When the Patterns Are Shattered:
(7) The Waitress and the Little Boy:
(8) The Cave and the Flower:
(9) The Winds of Circumstance:
(10) Light A Candle:
(11) Is There A Gold Mine In Your Attic?:
(12) Take Off the Layers:
(13) Breaking Through Shells:
(14) Night and Day:
(15) The Prize Pig:
(16) The Painting Worth Thousands:
(17) Star War:
(18) The Man Who Wanted Deliverance:
(19) The Sower and the Seed:
(20) The Stoney Heart:
(21) Light At the End Of The Tunnels:
(22) The Spring Within:
(23) The Giraffes at the Zoo.
(24) Looking Through the Telescope:
(25) Stopping Too Soon:
(26) Let Go of the Weights:
(27) Tadpoles to Frogs:
Chapter 8: Hypnotherapy Scripts:
(1) Building Self-Confidence:
(2) Glove Anesthesia:
(3) Setting Sun Metaphor for Pain and Stress Reduction:
(4) Dave Elman=s Magic Spot for Injections:
(5) Overcome sugar diabetes:
(6) Improve health:
(7) Enhancing the Immune System:
(8) Sinus Conditions:
(9) Healing From Within:
(10) Stroke or Head Injury Improvement:
(11) Health, Success, Motivation:
(12) Calm and Relaxed:
(13) The Invisible Barrier:
(14) Forgiveness:
(15) Improving in Baseball:
(16) Improvement in Golf:
(17) Tennis Script:
(18) Hypnosis from Speech Preparation:
Chapter 9: Therapeutic Tools:
(1) Hand to Face for Therapy:
(2) Therapy Between Sessions:
(3) Finger to Thumb Technique for Releasing:
(4) Yardstick for Deepening:
(5) The Inner Guide:
(6) Institute of Universal Knowledge:
(7) The Triple Sensitizing Events:
(8) Finger or Pendulum Response for Therapy:
(9) Questions for Therapy:
(10) Circle Therapy:
(11) Desensitization:
(12) Waterfall for Cleansing:
(13) Waking Hypnosis:
(14) Prayer Hypnosis:
SECTION TWO: PIONEERS IN PSYCHIATRY
Chapter 10: Sigmund Freud:
Chapter 11: Carl Gustav Jung:
Chapter 12: Alfred Adler:
Chapter 13: Viktor Frankl:
SECTION THREE: HYPNOTHERAPY FOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
Chapter 14: The Initial Hypnosis Session:
Chapter 15: Hypnosis to be a Non-Smoker:
Chapter 16: Hypnosis for Weight Control:
Chapter 17: Hypnosis for Study Improvement, Concentration and Memory:
Chapter 18: Age Regression Case History
Chapter 19: Pain Control and Enhancing Healing Judy Hamilton Case History:
Chapter 20: Hypnosis in Dentistry:
Chapter 21: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): By Jack Artie McMurtrey:
Chapter 22: Obstetrics with Cindy’s Hypnosis for Childbirth Story:
Chapter 23: Hypnosis for Insomnia
Chapter 24: Hypnosis for Removing Warts:
SECTION FOUR: HYPNOTHERAPY FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT
Chapter 25: The Human Trinity and Stress:
Chapter 26: Ancient Job and Stress:
Chapter 27: The Effect of Stress Upon the Body:
Chapter 28: Job's Illness and Healing:
Chapter 29: Cancer Patient: Bee’s Case History:
Chapter 30: Our Mental Attitude and Healing:
Chapter 31: Helps for Reducing Harmful Stress:
SECTION FIVE: ENHANCING HYPNOTHERAPY
Chapter 32: No Parking: Letting Go of the Past
Chapter 33: Wellness and the Spiritual Connection From Vim and Vigor:
Chapter 34: Hypnotherapy and Healing From Vim and Vigor
Chapter 35: Durbin Explains Hypnosis: From Inside Methodist:
Chapter 36: Department of Clinical Hypnotherapy with Hospital Job Description:
Chapter 37: Letter to Insurance Companies and Form for Reimbursement:
Chapter 38: Cindy Thompson Interviews Chaplain Durbin for College Course:
Chapter 39: Human Sexuality:
SECTION SIX: AVOIDING PITFALLS:
Chapter 40: False Memories: Truth Or Consequence:
CONCLUSION and BIBLIOGRAPHY:


HYPNOTHERAPY FOR BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT:  DEDICATIONS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
CHAPLAIN PAUL G. DURBIN BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FORWARD BY ANNE H. SPENCER-BEACHAM, Ph. D

DEDICATIONS: I dedicate this book to the memory of my father; Reverend B.P. Durbin (1903-1983) and fellow hypnotherapist; Dr. J. A (Mach) McMurtrey, Dr. Gaspare (Buddy) Birbiglia, Dr. Arthur Winkler, Dr. R. D. (Sean) Longacre, Dr. Sol Lewis and Dr. John Kappas
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: I acknowledge the support and encouragement of my wife; Bobbie (Kimball) Durbin, my sons; Timothy Paul and Scott Kimball, Scott=s wife, Gretchen, their son Brewster Paul and daughter Amelia Ann, my mother; Annie B. Durbin-Pullig, my step-father; Gordon Pullig, my sister; Dr. Sybil (Durbin) Waldrop; Dr. Bernel Sanders, Artie McMurtery, Gordon Boyd, Dr Albert Bottari, Dr. A. M. Krasner, Dr. Anne Spencer, Dr. Dan Zelling, Robert and Linda Otto, Gil Boyne, Mr Fred Young, Jr. CEO Methodist Health Systems Foundation (MHSF) of Methodist Hospital (MH); the administration staff; the medical staff and patients of MH; my clients and the many others who have contributed to my life and works in so many ways. I thank Judy Hamilton [whose story is found in Chapter 19: Pain Control and Enhancing Healing"] and Bernel Sanders for proof reading this manuscript.
Hypnotherapy in the Twenty-First Century will develop into a major player in the health care and counseling fields. Increasing numbers of hospitals, wellness centers, counseling centers and churches are offering hypnotherapy as an important counseling tool. In the Twenty-First Century, it is important to remember that human beings are made up of body, mind, and spirit. To provide the best possible therapy, the human trinity must be considered, thus I call my therapy, "Human Trinity Hypnotherapy".
As much of this book resulted from years of study and note taking, I do not have information on all sources but have an extensive Bibliography. If I have included something that you wrote, please consider it a compliment and either the source is mentioned in the text or your book, audit tape or video tape is in the bibliography. When case histories are used, the names have been changed except where clients gave me permission to use their real name.
The book has six sections: Section One: Human Trinity Hypnotherapy, Section Two: Pioneers in Psychiatry, Section Three: Hypnotherapy for Health and Happiness, Section Four: Hypnotherapy For Stress Management, Section Five: Enhancing Hypnotherapy and Section Six: Avoiding Pitfalls. This book is written for the general public, the beginning hypnotherapist and seasoned professional, I hope that this book will motivate those in the health care professions, counseling professions, and religious professions to further study and use hypnosis.
CHAPLAIN PAUL G. DURBIN BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION:
Chaplain Paul G. Durbin is a United Methodist Minister serving as Director of Clinical Hypnotherapy at Methodist Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been on Methodist Hospital staff since 1976 and for many years was Director of Pastoral Care. In 1999, the Department became Department of Pastoral Care and Clinical Hypnotherapy. On January 1, 2001, the Department was divided between the two modalities and Chaplain Durbin was named Director of Clinical Hypnotherapy. He is a retired Military Chaplain who last served as Army National Guard Special Assistant to the Chief of Chaplain, Army with rank of Brigadier General. He was inducted into the International Hypnosis Hall of Fame in 1992.
Chaplain Durbin has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Centenary College of Louisiana; a Master of Divinity from Emory University, Georgia; Ph.D. from the American Institute of Hypnotherapy, California (now American Pacific University in Hawaii); and has completed four quarters of Clinical Pastoral Education at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
He has had over 100 articles published in religious and hypnotherapy journals and conducted seminars on such subjects as “Pastoral Care”, “Death, Dying and Grief”, “Stress Management”, “Pain Management”, “False Memory Syndrome”, “Ethical Considerations in Health Care”, “Suggestibility”, “Sexuality”, “Hypnosis” and “Hypnotherapy”.
His books, Human Trinity Hypnotherapy, published in 1993 and Kissing Frogs: Practical Uses of Hypnotherapy, published in 1996 and second printing (1998) are both out of print. He received awards for both books from the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. In 1999, he received the “Bill Curtis Religion in Hypnosis Award” from the National Guild of Hypnotist (NGH) and the “Founder’s Award” from the IMDHA. In 2000, he received the "2000 Silver Alumni Award” IHHF, "2000 Educator of the Year" International Association of Counselors and Therapist (IACT) and was named "Diplomat" by IMDHA. In 2002, he received the “Life Time Achievement Award” from the American Council of Hypnotists Examiners (ACHE) and became President of the Board of Directors of IMDHA in 2001.
[NOTE: Paul Durbin retired from Methodist Health System Foundation, Affiliated with Methodist Hospital June 30, 2005] 
FORWARD BY ANNE H. SPENCER-BEACHAM, Ph. D.:
Chaplain Paul G. Durbin=s book stayed with me long after I read it. As a Hypnotherapist, educator and founder of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, I found this work to be a Hallmark of excellence. In clear, yet absorbing prose he gives the reader important information to help heal at all levels body, mind, spirit and emotions. Not only does he use the experts from the past, Durbin now infuses his own expertise from the present. His experiences are well documented and the results are true and inspiring.
Everyone who reads Hypnotherapy for Body, Mind and Spirit will come away with valuable ideas and techniques that can be implemented immediately. Because of Chaplain Durbin=s unique position in the hospital setting he has shown the medical community the supreme benefit of having a Hypnotherapist on staff. Not only has he helped with specific medical problems he has added to the therapy team by making it easier for both patient and doctor to achieve the results desired.
This is a book that will stand the test of time and become one of the most valuable resources available for anyone interested in the art and science of Hypnosis. It is for the beginner, the seasoned professional as well as the inquirer.
May Chaplain Durbin continue to help those who request his hypnotic support, those who continue to read his reports and articles and those who are just beginning the adventure called Hypnosis. Anne H. Spencer-Beacham, PhD (Anne H. Spencer-Beacham, PhD, is the founder of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. Dr. Spencer is an author and director of Infinity Institute International, Inc a state licensed hypnosis training school in Royal Oak, MI USA. www.infinityinst.com)