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.
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Functional changes in brain activity after hypnosis.