The only thing worse than a kid in pain...is YOUR kid in pain!

Let us help you help your child take suffering out of pain. We have created an effective and easy-to-use guide for parents to help change the way a child is experiencing pain. Based on our decades of pain-

relieving hypnosis practice in working with kids of all ages, we have designed this book with a playful and fun approach to a serious situation.

"Good news: the ideal hypnosis subjects are children...their critical faculties are less developed and they practically live in their creative imagination. If kids can believe in the tooth fairy or Santa Claus, they are quite suggestible. You can take advantage of these highly imaginative states of mind to help relieve their suffering."

Our guide, Pediatric Pain Relief, How to Help Take Suffering Out of Children's Pain, is a compendium of fun and simple approaches we use in our hypnosis practices on a regular basis to help reduce and eliminate pain and discomfort for children. You and your child will enjoy how quickly the techniques we share begin to positively change your lives!


Convenient: Available here in a downloadable E-Book.

Affordable: Only $ 5.99


Reviews for Pediatric Pain Relief, How to Help Take Suffering Out of Children's Pain:


"A truly great work with much for parents, carers and practitioners to learn from and experiment with in collaboration with their child in an atmosphere of experiential discovery and learning with a capital F for FUN"   - Nathan Welch, Director of Therapeutic Services Training and Research, Ad Vitam Ltd. www.story-therapy.co.uk


"As the parent of a child with a disability who was considered chronically ill until about the age of 8 and who has lived through thirteen surgeries, some of them life threatening, I could totally relate and could have used many of these strategies. 

I especially love the way you set out to empower parents to help their child/children. You take them step by step and lead them  with no judgment attached.  I was totally hooked on the first page and then on through the entire book. 

You made several references to children with autism.  YOU SEE THE CHILD FIRST...the autism does not define him. Many parents with children who have a disability are very sensitive having the child seen as a child first and whatever else is going on with the child a distant second. 

I also loved the communication guidelines to help kids in pain.  So often kids are set up to receive/experience information in a negative light without the parent ever knowing how to communicate it any differently.  Such a useful and extremely informative book!!
" - Nancy Nielsen, retired public school learning issue diagnostician


Please note: This book is not meant to diagnose or treat any disease, but rather, it is intended to provide information and education that will promote feeling better, healing faster and being more effective. It is designed to give you insight and tools for helping you help your child take suffering out of pain. Our book is not a substitute for conventional medical care and we encourage that you seek such care, especially in the case of acute or chronic pain.

Approaches offered in this guide are meant to be complementary to the treatment being provided by your medical professional. Even as relief is experienced as a result of the exercises in this book, please do not reduce or cease any pain medications without supervision of your doctor.

RESEARCH

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19255840

The effectiveness of hypnosis for reducing procedure-related pain in children and adolescents: a comprehensive methodological review.

A comprehensive, methodologically informed review of studies of the effectiveness of hypnosis for reducing procedure-related pain in children and adolescents is provided. To be included in the review, studies were required to use a between-subjects or mixed model design in which hypnosis was compared with a control condition or an alternative intervention in reducing the procedure-related pain of patients younger than age 19. An exhaustive search identified 13 studies satisfying these criteria. Hypnosis was consistently found to be more effective than control conditions in alleviating discomfort associated with bone marrow aspirations, lumbar punctures, voiding cystourethograms, the Nuss procedure, and post-surgical pain. Furthermore, hypnosis was as at least as effective as distraction. Three hypnotic interventions met criteria as a possibly efficacious empirically supported therapy for reducing post-surgical or lumbar puncture pain. Several other hypnotic interventions would have achieved the status of a possibly efficacious therapy had studies used a treatment manual.


Distraction aids in reducing pain for children.

A 2009 University of Wisconsin study showed that singing helped significantly ease pain by distracting kids who were receiving vaccinations. Nurses or parents in health clinics engaged children in singing their ABC’s while patting a leg at the same time, effectively disrupting the pain signal from reaching the brain.