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Hypnosis of the Deaf Mentally Ill: A Clinical Study
JOSEPH T. MARTORANO; CHARLES OESTREICHER
Am J Psychiatry 1966;123:605-606.
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1966-67, American Psychiatric Association

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With the development of the first psychiatric inpatient facility for the deaf within a state mental hospital, the need for the development of new therapeutic technique for use with the deaf has been reemphasized. The paper describes the first use of hypnotic techniques devised specifically for the deaf mentally ill patient. The procedure for hypnosis and its application to 12 congenitally deaf mentally ill patients are described, and the ramifications for further development of hypnotic techniques with the deaf are briefly discussed.

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