Cengiz Mordeniz

Namık Kemal University

Cengiz Mordeniz is an associate professor at the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care and Pain Medicine at Namık Kemal University, Turkey. He is the founder of the Traditional and Complementary Medical Center at The University Hospital where he also works. He obtained specialization in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care at Istanbul University and a master’s degree in Forensic Medicine and Clinical Deontology at Acibadem University, Turkey. He pursued research and clinical practice at Rigs Hospitalet, Denmark; Heidelberg and Giessen Universities, Germany; and Plovdiv University, Bulgaria. He was trained at Moscow Quantum Medicine Academy, Russia, and School of Advanced International Studies on Applied Theoretical and Non-Linear Methodologies of Physics, Italy. He completed the Clinical Research Program at Harvard University. He is a member of HeartMath Institute, USA.

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Although hypnosis has been used for centuries to improve mental health and well-being, not until recently has it been applied in modern medicine. Some efforts to integrate hypnosis into Western medical practice in the late nineteenth century were met with stiff resistance by the majority of medical doctors due to lack of scientific foundation, thus hampering its widespread use. The biopsychosocial approach brought about by recent progress in brain research, however, has revived the interest in hypnotherapy. In this book, we shed light on the scientific basis of hypnosis and elaborate its use in modern medical practice.

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