suggestive therapeutics

sug·ges·tive ther·a·peu·tics

treatment of disease or disorder by means of suggestion.

suggestive therapy

Fringe medicine
A general term for any of a number of therapeutic philosophies that are based on positive thinking, which may incorporate psi healing, self-healing, healing suggestions, spinal adjustments, detoxification diets and food combining.

sug·ges·tive ther·a·peu·tics

(sŭg-jestiv thāră-pyūtiks)
Treatment of disease or disorder by means of suggestion.
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A Course of Instruction in Personal Magnetism, Hypnotism, Suggestive Therapeutics, Magnetic Healing, Etc, by Thirty Authors (Part One), (Part Two), (Part Three), (Part Four), (Part Five).
Suggestive Therapeutics: A Treatise on the Nature and Uses of Hypnotism [De la Suggestion et de son Application a la Therapeutique, Deuxieme Edition, 1887] (C.A.
A Correspondence Course in Personal Magnetism, Hypnotism, Magnetic Healing, Suggestive Therapeutics, Psycho-Therapeutics, Self-Development, Development of the Will, Success-Thought, Etc., Etc, byX.
As the demand for his hypnotherapeutic interventions increased, Coue went from one-to-one sessions of "suggestive therapeutics" to collective sessions of ego-strengthening.
In relation to "suggestive therapeutics", the correspondence course continuously stressed that suggestion produced outcomes.