We welcome submissions of relevant articles about research and applications. All articles should range between 250 and 1,200 words. They may include references (preferably in the form of hyperlinks) to other research and/or full text articles. Submitted articles are considered copyrighted by the submitting authors with full permission to be used by The Institute as we deem appropriate. There are no compensations for articles submitted. Please note that although we understand that your institution, practice, etc. may benefit from being referred to in the article or citation, we will not accept articles that provide little or no value other than advertisement. The acceptance of articles is solely at our discretion.
Preferred articles include medical and psychological research or relevant applications of hypnosis, hypnotherapy, energy work (including EFT and TFT) and other mind/body interventions. We will also entertain articles on forensic hypnosis and accelerated learning.
Acceptance and inclusion of any article does not constitute endorsement by The International Hypnosis Research Institute, other authors, or any institution, organization, company, or individual. It is merely our intention to promote meaningful discussion which contributes to the evolution of the field of study. To that intent, we will occasionally accept articles promoting views which may be controversial or not generally accepted.
Authors may submit a mini-bio as a citation to run at the end of their article. This may be up to 150 words with up to 2 links. If the citation exceeds these limits, IHRI may edit it to fit the guidelines. Like articles, all citations are subject to approval. If the author chooses not to provide a full citation, a link back to the author's website will added to the end of the article. To submit articles please use the submission link below. Our submission form requires that you are using a JAVA-enabled browser. If this presents a difficulty, you may submit your article directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The forgoing represents Terms and Conditions to which all authors must agree before article submission.