Stanton H E: Combining hypnosis and NLP in the treatment of telephone phobia.
Australian Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis 24(1): 53-58, 1996.
Abstract: Two neurolinguistic programming techniques which have proven to be therapeutically effective are those of the "theater" and the "collapsing of anchors." As both have produced good results when used individually, their combination is likely to provide a very powerful therapeutic intervention. When a hypnotic induction is also brought into play as a means of increasing patient expectancy of success, the combination can provide a vehicle for effective single-session therapy. The manner in which this approach to therapy might be applied is illustrated in the treatment of an insurance agent afflicted with telephone phobia. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).