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Psychological and emotional preparation for IVF brings numerous benefits including an improved likelihood of success -The Fertile Body Method
In this article we will introduce the Fertile Body Method (FBM), a mind-bodyapproach for fertility and look at how this approach prepares women for IVF and how that preparation brings numerous benefits including an improvedlikelihood of success.
Written by: Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer Hyp. Dip, HG Dip, B.A, Jane Evans NLP Pract, BSc, Sandra Znidar PhD, MA, MAS
Published by: THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY & HYPNOSIS Volume 35 Number 1 Autumn 2013
Research showing the benefits of hypnotherapy for Fertility problems by Ruth Allen
In this paper I intend to show the benefits of Hypnotherapy for women with fertility problems. To research the programmes available to the hypnotherapist in assisting with the implementation of such a programme in to their practice.
This excerpt is taken from Fertile Body Therapist Ruth Allen’s paper, written for Institute of clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy as part of her Advanced Diploma.
Another study Links High Stress Levels To Reduced Chances Of Pregnancy
HIGH-stress levels reduce a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant; with a new study released today showing that stressed or anxious women are 12 percent less likely to conceive a child.
The study was published in the journal Fertility and Sterility and then reported by NewsCore,
August 12, 2010
Real Life: From curse to blessing
Most women resort to painkillers to deal with period pain but there is another way to solve this monthly malaise — you just need to pay attention to your cycle.
An article published in the Irish Independent, 10 May 2010
How can hypnosis help fertility problems?
The following article was published in the BSCH (British Society of Clinical Hypnosis) Newsletter in March 2008
The benefits of hypnosis for people undergoing IVF
The following article was published in the BICA (British Infertility Counselling Association) Journal in Spring 2009.