The term “clinical,” often seen in advertising, simply means something has been done with people rather than by other means, such as in a test tube. Clinical hypnosis (or clinical hypnotherapy) generally refers to the practice of hypnosis and suggestion to help people change or eliminate unwanted behaviors. Clinical hypnosis is usually performed in an office (a “clinic”) designed for this function.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Nathan M. Hall, author of the new Path of the Moonlit Hedge.
The lowly mushroom is experiencing a celebrity moment lately.
Maybe it's because of shows like Star Trek: Discovery, which featured a...