Psychohygiene of Hypnotic Interventions: the facilitating Attribution Method

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Abstract

The article describes psychological patterns of emerging of spontaneous form of hypnosis, requirements to a psychologist’s psychophysiological conditions and his/her main personal traits that are crucial for using the proposed method. The outlook of facilitating attribution method and its use by psychologists – experts is provided; recommendations and contra-indications for its implementation in work with altered states of consciousness are listed. The “Blysk” set that includes specific attributes of light energy reflection with necessary physical parameters is described. Conditions, possibilities and acceptable ethical limits of using the facilitating attribution method in interpersonal interactions that let to avoid psychological interventions into motivational sphere of a person questioned. Psychohygienic peculiarities of using hypnotic interventions that provide integrity of individual-personal constitution and reversibility of altered states are described.

General Information

Keywords: spontaneous hypnosis, “Blysk” set, psychohygiene, facilitating attribution method.

Journal rubric: Interdisciplinary Studies

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Boltivets S.I. Psychohygiene of Hypnotic Interventions: the facilitating Attribution Method [Elektronnyi resurs]. Psikhologiya i pravo = Psychology and Law, 2011. Vol. 1, no. 2 (In Russ., аbstr. in Engl.)

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Information About the Authors

Sergey I. Boltivets, Doctor of Psychology, professor, deputy director on scientific, research and organizational work of the Grigory Kostyuk Psychological Institute of the Ukrainian National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, Kyiv, Ukraine, e-mail: boltivetssergij@i.ua

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