The purpose of this book is to demonstrate the power of suggestive techniques for solving medical problems. In everyday practice health professionals often face situations where they have to handle people in negative trance states. When that happens, patients are open to suggestive techniques. The author briefly describes more than 30 cases of agitated, unmotivated, tired, confused, mentally handicapped patients. To medical doctors, nurses, psychologists, mentalhygienists, midwifes, physiotherapists etc. in their own practice the book offers a description of a potent method to solve tensed medical situations, and a way to improve communicational skills.
Contents: Suggestions - Medical communication - Difficult patient - Negative trance.