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(hypnosis) Big book of Hypnotherapy

(hypnosis) Big book of Hypnotherapy

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MORGANIC THERAPY
Links to Internet sites on Clinical Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

A site mainly devoted to over half a million words of
EDUCATION and INFORMATION
in the field of HYPNOTHERAPY and related therapies.

.o)O(o.
Orginated by Dr. Dylan Morgan: biographical details.
If you want to know about hypnotherapy in general:
hypnotherapy details.
If you want to see me personally: my details.
The following on-line books can be freely downloaded
(More details onlibrary page.)
Hypnosis for Beginners, Dylan Morgan, 1998.
The Principles of Hypnotherapy, Dylan Morgan, Eildon
Press, 1996.
Neurypnology or the Rationale of Nervous Sleep, James
Braid, John Churchill, London, 1843.
http://easyweb.easynet.co.uk/~dylanwad/morganic/ (1 of 2) [5/31/2002 2:19:13 PM]
Links to Internet sites on Clinical Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
The Science of Hypnotism, Dr. Alexander Cannon, Rider &
Co., 1936.
Your Path in Life, Dylan Morgan, Eildon Press, 1990.
A Beginners Guide to Psychotherapy, Dylan Morgan, 1999.
In addition there are a large number ofarticles on related
subjects.
Some leading names in hypnotherapy - Bernheim, Braid,
Casson, Erickson, Liebeault and Mesmer - havebiographies
A good starting point forstudents. who can also find a list of
UKschools.
Site ethics
Links to other related sites.
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Dylan Morgan - Biographical Details
Dylan Morgan. Biographical details.
The prosaic account of my life is:
I am 52 in 1998 with wife Trudi and daughter Evanell.
Educated at a Welsh-speaking primary school in Cwmdare, and Aberdare Boys Grammar school, in

South Wales.
Went to Jesus College Oxford on a scholarship to read Mathematics.
After getting a first class honours degree I went on to do a doctorate in Elementary Particle Theory in the

Oxford University Mathematics Department.
From 1970 I was doing research in the Mathematics Department of Dundee University. My first project
was on the noise generated by hight speed jet engines, and the next was on the noise generated by high

speed helicopter rotors.
For period in between I was a Senior Scientific Officer at the Royal Aircraft Establishment.
I got my first taste of helping people with the Samaritans in Dundee
Then, in 1983, following in my father-in-law's footsteps, I thought I would give hypnotherapy a go as a

means of helping people full-time, a plan that also fitted in with my domestic situation at the time.

There was little training available in those days and I am self-taught in practice, though I am good at
getting information from the written word. One advantage of the self-taught path is that I had to work out
for myself a theory of what I was doing, and this has borne fruit in my book The Principles of

Hypnotherapy which you can read on this site. It is arguable the only complete theory of hypnosis and
hypnotherapy available.
I do NOT run a teaching organisation, though for a few years I helped Dr. Peter Davies, Head of Leeds
University Psychology Department to run courses on Hypnosis for qualified Doctors, Dentists etc.
For four years 1983-1987 I was editor of the Journal of the National Council of Psychotherapists and
Hypnotherapy Register.

By nature I am fairly easy-going; like and am fascinated by people in all their variety; love solving
problems of all kinds - especially of course those brought to me by clients. I have no great taste for the
things that money can buy, and enjoy such things as gentle walks on the moors and writing down the

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