- Atlanta University and Clark Atlanta University Theses and Dissertations
- A study of hypnotherapy as an effective, wholistic and alternative treatment modality for diverse individuals, tracing from an ancient epoch, 2013
- Lowe, Star R.
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- Degrees, Academic
- United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
- The purpose of this research explored the biases and perspectives of hypnotherapy. The study investigated student's perspectives of hypnotherapy from different schools (departments) on the campus of Clark Atlanta University (CAU). The planned methodology included quantitative inquiry on individual surveyors from Clark Atlanta University (CAU) comprising students, professors and/or administrators. Upon completion, the study results indicated that there was no statistical significance amongst the variables tested. This research will be useful to diverse groups and/or professionals universally those who study and utilize psychotherapy, e.g. social workers, physicians, medical doctors, psychologist, neurologist, hypnotist, theorists, researchers, clinicians, and/or counselors. Furthermore, this research will serve as a benefit, and as practical instruction for individuals seeking a better understanding of hypnotherapy and its efficacy as a wholistic psychotherapy treatment practice.
Date of award: 5/1/2013
Degree type: thesis
Degree name: Master of Social Work (MSW)
Granting institution: Clark Atlanta University
Department: School of Social Work
Advisor: Kim, Youseung
Advisor: Goosby, Joyce M.
Advisor: Pillari, Vimala
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- Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library