2018 Midyear Clinical Hypnosis Workshops (Two Tracks)
2018 Midyear Clinical Hypnosis Workshops (Two Tracks) is organized by Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (SCEH) and will be held during Apr 20 - 22, 2018 at Radisson Hotel Albany, Albany, New York, United States of America.
The target audience for this medical event is Psychologists, Physicians, Social Workers, Counselors, Dentists, Chiropractors, Master’s level Nurses and Clinical Nurse Practitioners, other Master’s level licensed mental health and healthcare professionals, and clinical and experimental researchers in the field of hypnosis. Workshops are of the highest teaching quality and feature experiential learning so that attendees can put into immediate practice the concepts learned. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 20 CEs.
Learning Objectives :
• Define hypnosis based on current published definitions of hypnosis
• Identify at least three major figures in the historical development of hypnosis
• Identify at least three major theories of hypnosis
• Identify the major myths and misconceptions regarding hypnosis
• Identify three possible changes associated with hypnosis and memory
• Discuss specific ethical/legal issues involving hypnotic restoration of memories, disqualification of testimony in court, and the “false memory” syndrome
• Cite three key points of hypnosis in a non-technical manner in educating a client or patient about hypnosis
• Summarize two or more important elements in obtaining informed consent regarding the use of hypnosis clinically
• Identify at least five phenomena associated with hypnosis and how they may be utilized in clinical practice and treatment planning
• Summarize at least two reasons for removing suggestions and for re-alerting clients; and demonstrate at least one method for re-alerting from hypnosis
• Define at least six principles of hypnotic induction and suggestion
• Demonstrate a hypnotic induction and provide a therapeutic suggestion to a volunteer client
• Participate in at least three separate hypnotic experiences as subject and as facilitator
• Cite evidence for the long-term stability of hypnotic responsivity and be able to identify the age range when hypnotic responsiveness peaks
• List the traditional "stages of hypnosis"
• Describe at least four traditional methods for deepening or intensifying hypnotic involvement
• Be capable of teaching self-hypnosis to patients/clients
• Differentiate when one might use a suggestive hypnotic approach and when an insight-oriented or exploratory hypnotic approach might be appropriate.
• Identify therapist, patient, and context variables that may contribute to resistance
• Identify the ethical-legal issues and standards for professional conduct in using hypnosis clinically
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Non-member Early Fee||31 Mar,2018||USD 657.00|
|Non-member Regular Fee||19 Apr,2018||USD 757.00|
|Member Early Fee||31 Mar,2018||USD 457.00|
|Member Regular Fee||19 Apr,2018||USD 557.00|
|Student Non-member Early Fee||31 Mar,2018||USD 322.00|
|Student Non-member Regular Fee||19 Apr,2018||USD 372.00|
|Student Member Early Fee||31 Mar,2018||USD 272.00|
|Student Member Regular Fee||19 Apr,2018||USD 322.00|