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News, views, reviews and interviews about all things therapy, hypnotherapy and beyond. You can contact us at peter@petermabbutt.net or visit our website at www.petermabbutt.net

News, views, reviews and interviews about all things therapy, hypnotherapy and beyond. You can contact us at peter@petermabbutt.net or visit our website at www.petermabbutt.net
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United Kingdom

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News, views, reviews and interviews about all things therapy, hypnotherapy and beyond. You can contact us at peter@petermabbutt.net or visit our website at www.petermabbutt.net

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English


Episodes

The Therapycast Vol 2 No 5

4/6/2019
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Under the spotlight in today’s show are hypnosis and psychogenic amnesia; research into hypnosis, mindfulness and their role in pain management; and a panel discussion on gambling addiction. Music Beacon by Ayla Nereo –from her album By the Light of the Dark Moon http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ayla_Nereo/By_the_Light_of_the_Dark_Moon/Ayla_Nereo_-_By_the_Light_of_the_Dar

Duration:00:26:39

The Therapycast Vol 2 No 4

9/30/2018
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In this episode, Peter Mabbutt is interviewed by Pia Granjon Lecerf where they discuss the weight we place on the use of words in hypnotherapy and how silence and intent may be more therapeutic. To contact Pia: Tel: 07535 435 131 Email: contact@hypnosisbeyondborders.com Web: https://www.hypnotherapy4women.com To contact LCCH International: Tel: +44 (0) 203 603 8535 Email: info@lcchinternational.co.uk Music "In the Silence" by Okam featuring Remeya...

Duration:00:38:31

The Therapycast Vol 2 No 3

3/2/2018
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The second part of Peter Mabbutt's interview with Chris O'Hanlon exploring his journey with HIV, and his campaign ‘HIV – Let’s End Stigma’. You can help by visiting and donating to his Go Fund Me page: https://www.gofundme.com/hiv-lets-end-stigma To contact LCCH International: Tel: +44 (0) 203 603 8535 Email: info@lcchinternational.co.uk Web: www.lcchinternational.co.uk Music Siesta by Javier Suarez http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Travellers_Guide/Siesta

Duration:00:39:16

The Therapycast Vol 2 No 2

2/6/2018
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In this show we explore the stigma surrounding being diagnosed HIV positive in part one of an interview with Chris O’Hanlon. You can support Chris’s campaign ‘HIV – Let’s End Stigma’ by visiting and donating to his Go Fund Me campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/hiv-lets-end-stigma To contact LCCH International: Tel: +44 (0) 203 603 8535 Email: info@lcchinternational.co.uk Web: www.lcchinternational.co.uk Music Emmeline by Simon...

Duration:00:33:41

The Therapycast Vol 2 No 1

1/8/2018
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In the first show of 2018 Peter Mabbutt explores natural ways to increase serotonin levels, how hypnosis can help brain injured patients, neuroplasticity, and understanding the reality of bipolar disorder. To contact LCCH International: Tel: +44 (0) 203 603 8535 Email: info@lcchinternational.co.uk Web: www.lcchinternational.co.uk Research on hypnosis and improved brain function in brain injury: Lindeløv, J. K., Overgaard, R., & Overgaard, M. (2017). Improving working memory...

Duration:00:43:03

The LCCH Podcast - #51

4/10/2017
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In this podcast we talk about stopping smoking with Andrew Mclean and the effects of hypnotherapy on improving cognitive deficits seen in brain injured patients. The studies referred to are: Fromm, E., Sawyer, J., & Rosenthal, V. (1964). Hypnotic simulation of organic brain damage. The Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 69(5), 482. Lindeløv, J. K., Overgaard, R., & Overgaard, M. (2017). Improving working memory performance in brain-injured patients using hypnotic suggestion. Brain:...

Duration:00:17:34

The LCCH Podcast - #50

2/21/2017
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In today’s show Peter Mabbutt talks about turmeric whilst Sheila Menon and Dr Alan Soh discuss integrative medicine Turmeric References Andrade, C. (2014). A critical examination of studies on curcumin for depression. The Journal of clinical psychiatry, 75(10), 1110-1112. Lopresti, A. L., & Drummond, P. D. (2017). Efficacy of curcumin, and a saffron/curcumin combination for the treatment of major depression: A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Journal of Affective...

Duration:00:32:13

The LCCH Podcast - #49

12/30/2016
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In today’s show and as we head towards the end of 2016 we look at internet trolls, what makes them tick, and we have a humorous look at the true consequences of receiving the gifts given in the carol The Twelve days of Christmas. Internet troll references: Bishop, J. (2013). The effect of de-individuation of the Internet Troller on Criminal Procedure implementation: An interview with a Hater. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 7(1), 28. Buckels, E. E., Trapnell, P. D., &...

Duration:00:19:34

The LCCH Podcast - #48

12/20/2016
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In today's show we look at vaping as a means of delivering narcotics, the BMA's stance on vaping, anger awareness, and anger at Christmas.

Duration:00:24:31

The LCCH Podcast - #47

11/28/2016
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In today's show we once again head down to Southeast Asia where Sheila Menon talks about a decade of hypnosis in Malaysia in an interview first broadcast on BFM 89.9 BFM can be heard on frequency 89.9 MHz in Wilayah Persekutuan, Selangor, and parts of Negeri Sembilan and Melaka. You can visit BFM 89.9’s website at www.bfm.my

Duration:00:33:36

The LCCH Podcast - #46

10/28/2016
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In today's show we head down to Malaysia where Sheila Menon talks about weight control in an interview first broadcast on BFM 89.9 BFM can be heard on frequency 89.9 MHz in Wilayah Persekutuan, Selangor, and parts of Negeri Sembilan and Melaka. You can visit BFM 89.9’s website at www.bfm.my

Duration:00:30:27

The LCCH Podcast - #45

9/26/2016
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In today’s show we stay sober for October, explore the public’s perception of hypnotherapy based on stage hypnosis, and look at research showing hypnotherapy can reduce fatigue experienced by radiotherapy breast cancer patients, and how hypnotherapy can be used to ease a little reported condition: the discomfort of hot flushes experienced by men. Go Sober for October: www.gosober.org.uk Radiotherapy fatigue research: Montgomery GH, David D, Kangas M, Green S, Sucala,M, Bovbjerg DH....

Duration:00:17:27

The LCCH Podcast - #44

8/10/2016
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In today's show we explore the therapeutic benefits of sighing, explore e-cigarettes as a gateway drug to tobacco use, and look at research that shows nicotine poisoning is on the rise in children. The sighing research: Vlemincx, E., Van Diest, I., & Van den Bergh, O. (2016). A sigh of relief or a sigh to relieve: The psychological and physiological relief effect of deep breaths. Physiology & Behavior, 165, 127-135. The e-cigarette as a gateway drug research: Barrington-Trimis, J. L.,...

Duration:00:19:02

The LCCH Podcast - #43

6/13/2016
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In todays show, we have part 2 of Peter Mabbutt's chat with LCCH Southwest's Centre Manager Michelle Hague about running, health, well-being, and how to help her raise money for Cancer Research UK. Michelle is raising money for Cancer Research UK by running in their Race for Life on the 17th July 2016. To help Michelle, you can donate via: www.justgiving.com/michellehague You can text a donation to 70070 Text the message YTIG84£ putting the amount you want to donate immediately after the...

Duration:00:27:18

The LCCH Podcast - #42

5/23/2016
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In todays show, Peter Mabbutt talks to LCCH Southwest's Centre Manager Michelle Hague about her personal journey with health and well-being, and how she has accomplished this through the medium of running. Michelle is raising money for Cancer Research UK by running in their Race for Life on the 17th July 2016. To help Michelle, you can donate via: www.justgiving.com/michellehague You can text a donation to 70070 Text the message YTIG84£ putting the amount you want to donate immediately...

Duration:00:35:03

The LCCH Podcast - #41

4/26/2016
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In today's show we dive face first into the therapeutic benefits of eating chocolate, we look at what LSD can tell us about the brain and trance, and explore the joys of having a strong vagus nerve. Harry Potter Theme by Flute Cafe Chocolate references Crichton, G. E., Elias, M. F., & Alkerwi, A. A. (2016). Chocolate intake is associated with better cognitive function: The Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study. Appetite, 100, 126-132. Field, D. T., Williams, C. M., & Butler, L. T. (2011)....

Duration:00:24:48

The LCCH Podcast - #40

3/29/2016
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In today's sojourn into the world of therapy we explore why complaining is bad for you, how anxiety is hard wired into the brain and look at yet more worrying potential side effects of vaping. The anxiety research Laufer O, Israeli D and Paz R (2016) Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms of Overgeneralization in Anxiety Current Biology In Press The e-cigarette research Allen JG, Flanigan SS, LeBlanc M, Vallarino J, MacNaughton P, Stewart J H Christiani DC (2016) Flavoring Chemicals in...

Duration:00:15:45

The LCCH Podcast - #39

2/29/2016
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In this episode, depression, inflammation, sleep and mindfulness all come under the spotlight. The sleep research: Westermann J, Lange T, Textor J and Born J (2015) System consolidation during sleep - a common principle underlying psychological and immunological memory formation Trends in Neurosciences 38(10): 585-597 Cordi MJ, Schlarb AA and Rasch B (2014) Deepening sleep by hypnotic suggestion Sleep 37(6): 1143-1152 Professor Millers depression and cytokine research: Raison, C. L.,...

Duration:00:24:29

The LCCH Podcast - #38

1/26/2016
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In todays show, the media's interest in brain surgery under hypnosis is highlighted. We also explore the UK Governments new recommended drinking levels before looking at the link between alcohol and stress on weight. Papers referred to in the show: Hypnosedation and brain surgery Zemmoura, I., Fournier, E., El-Hage, W., Jolly, V., Destrieux, C., & Velut, S. (2016). Hypnosis for Awake Surgery of Low-grade Gliomas: Description of the Method and Psychological Assessment. Neurosurgery,...

Duration:00:21:10

The LCCH Podcast - #37

1/4/2016
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In the first show of 2016, Peter Mabbutt explores giving up alcohol for Dry January, and Dr Alan Soh talks about his career in hypnosurgery. Referred to in the show: Alcohol is measured in units, and currently the UK Department of Health guidelines indicate that the safe weekly levels of consumption are: • 2-3 units a day for women • 3-4 units a day for men Dependent on the percentage of alcohol contained within each drink: 1 pint of beer / lager = 2-3 units 1 125ml glass of wine =...

Duration:00:23:28