Conclusioni: l’insegnamento dell’AI con l’ausilio di videocassette, migliora un protocollo e riduce probabilmente il tempo di training in questa tecnica. Se l’AI è resa in questo modo più accessibile, sarà un valido aiuto alla gestione multidisciplinare dei disturbi da tic nella sindrome di Tourette.)" />
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Trattamento non farmacologico dei tic nella sindrome di Tourette con l’ausilio di un videotape per il trainig autoipnotico
Journal Title: IPNOSI 
Author/s: Jeffrey E. Lazarus, Susan K. Klein 
Year:  2010 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  16 Pg. 5-20 FullText PDF:  568 KB
DOI:  10.3280/IPN2010-002001
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Objective: This case series examines the practicality of using a standardized method of training children in self-hypnosis (SH) methods to explore its efficiency and short-term efficacy in treating tics in patients with Tourette syndrome. Methods: The files of 37 children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome referred for SH training were reviewed, yielding 33 patients for analysis. As part of a protocol for SH training, all viewed a videotape series of a boy undergoing SH training for tic control. Improvement in tic control was abstracted from subjective patient report. Results: Seventy-nine percent of the patients trained in this technique experienced short-term clinical response, defined as control over the average 6-week follow-up period. Of the responders, 46% achieved tic control with SH after only 2 sessions and 96% after 3 visits. One patient required 4 visits. Conclusions: Instruction in SH, aided by the use of videotape training, augments a protocol and probably shortens the time of training in this technique. If SH is made more accessible in this way, it will be a valuable addition to multi-disciplinary management of tic disorders in Tourette syndrome.
Keywords: Hypnosis, complementary and alternative medicine, Tourette syndrome, tic disorder, tics

Jeffrey E. Lazarus, Susan K. Klein, in "IPNOSI" 2/2010, pp. 5-20, DOI:10.3280/IPN2010-002001

   

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