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A form of psychotherapy based on hypnosis, using techniques such as helping the client to perceive or interpret things differently (reframing), training the client to experience particular reactions such as calmness around spiders or disgust around cigarette smoke (anchoring), and using language patterns. See also autogenic training, recovered memory. Compare hypnoanalysis.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Psychology.

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