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The Cow Path Model of Change™ is a structured, systematic 6 part model developed by Hypnosis for Life. Hypnosis for Life is the industry leader and one of the longest running clinical hypnotherapy businesses in the Edmonton region. 

The majority of individuals who access services at Hypnosis for Life have, at one time or another: 1) made good use of traditional clinical psychology services  2) made good use of needed medication  3) attended community funded support programs (community counselling, 12 step programs and/or treatment centers).

These options provide initial needed relief, however, relapse is common. Challenges tend to re-occur until the subconscious mind has fully accepted and absorbed new paths of least resistance (aka cow paths).

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HYPNOSIS/HYPNOTHERAPY RESEARCH

I have a keen interest in the subconscious mind. I am a voracious reader, and my research never ends. This page offers a small sample of some of the articles I have enjoyed recently. A few of the links below will provide a full research report, however many academic databases will only provide an abstract to share with non-subscribers.  

In conclusion the use of hypnosis in the treatment of drug addiction shows great promise. Without the use of a long-range program utilizing hypnosis, the rate of success is around 2%. Success rates in programs employing hypnosis have consistently been between 60% and 70%.

There is a vast need in our society today for viable addiction treatment methods. Therapists who understand addictions and are skilled in the use of hypnosis appear to have a viable tool to help this population.

Hypnosis and top-down regulation of consciousness.

The role of frontal executive functions in hypnosis and hypnotic suggestibility.

New directions in hypnosis research:strategies for advancing the cognitive and clinical neuroscience of hypnosis.

Brain correlates of hypnosis: A systematic review and meta-analytic exploration.

The “Hidden Observer” as the Cognitive Unconscious During hypnosis.

Functional changes in brain activity after hypnosis.