1872: psycho-therapeutics" is coined by daniel hack tuke in illustrations of the. Influence of the mind upon the body in health and disease designed to elucidate the. The therapeutic practice of hypnosis and suggestion was rapidly ascribed by. European and american psychiatrists (i. e. auguste ambroise li bault"s practice of hypnosis) largely due to its systematic approach to therapeutics and adoption by. Bernheim appropriated tuke"s terminology: to provoke this special psychic state by hypnotism and to exploit it with the aim of cure or of relief this is the role of the hypnotic psycho-therapeutic . Bernheim and the nancy school argued that hypnosis involved the deliberate manipulation of credence, belief, and expectation which led to curative effects in the brain due to manipulative suggestion separated from religious faith. Jean-martin charcot of salp tri re challenged bernheim and the nancy school"s application of grand hypnotisme" as he believed that it could only be found in cases of hysteria.