Hypnotic communication in emergency medical settings: For life-saving and therapeutic outcomes.
This fascinating book demonstrates how hypnotic communication has the potential to improve patient outcomes in emergency care, integrating insights on the connection between mind and body for paramedics and other first responders.
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