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- A 2005 study conducted by Brian L. Vasquez at Washington State University stated “…the average client receiving hypnosis as an adjunctive treatment showed greater improvement than at least 70% of clients that did not received treatment with cognitive-behavioral treatment. The effectiveness of hypnosis as an additional treatment of depression (Yapko1993), smoking (Barabasz, Baer, Sheehan & Barabaszm 1986), eating disorders (Barabasz, M., 1990; Nash & Baker 1993), child sexual abuse (Rhue & Lynn 1993), post traumatic stress disorder (Spiegel, 1993), pain management (Chavez, 1993; Smith, Barabasz & Barabasz 1996) and phobias and intense fears (Crawford & Barabasz, 1993), to name a few.”