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47th Annual Workshops in Clinical Hypnosis Fundamentals and Advanced Sections
Date: June 7 - 9, 2018
Location: Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West
3131 Campus Drive | Plymouth, MN 55441
The Fundamentals Workshop offers responsive instruction in the theory and applications of hypnosis in a clinical setting. There is a mix of lectures, demonstrations, exercises and small group practice with supervision and feedback. Instructors systematically teach to the learning styles and needs of participants. Course content is organized in a spiral curriculum (conforming to the standards of training of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis) with topics presented several times. Succeeding iterations of a technique, such as hypnotic induction (initiation), are more complex, increasing participants’ knowledge and skills. After the skill basics, application topics include therapeutic communication, treatment planning, and self-hypnosis. Participants will choose sessions on the practice of hypnosis in their own medical, mental health, or professional specialization. It is estimated to be 20-24 hours of instruction and to be approved in advance by the American Society of Hypnosis (ASCH) as meeting criteria for Certification in Hypnosis by ASCH
Advanced Workshop - There are many unique benefits of hypnosis available to its practitioners. This 2-day workshop will explore those benefits and specifically 3 variables that can contribute positively to the application of clinical hypnosis skills in psychotherapy and the treatment of trauma. Maintaining a developmental perspective, awareness of multi-cultural identities and an understanding of the influences of gender in the hypnotic relationship can enhance treatment outcomes. The workshop will provide a mix of the didactic and the experiential guiding the participants through their own and clients’ lifespan, trauma and gender journeys.
Audience: This conference is ideal for persons holding a Doctoral Degree in Medicine, Dentistry, or Psychology; persons holding a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling, or Clinical or Counseling Psychology who are licensed by the state/province in which they practice; a Registered Nurse with advanced sub-specialty training and certification or a Master’s Degree; or a student actively enrolled in a graduate program leading to a degree in any of the foregoing. Other Master’s level, licensed health professionals (e.g., Occupational and Physical Therapists, Speech and Language Pathologists, et. al.) are welcome and encouraged to attend.
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Integrated Behavioral Healthcare: Tough Issues in Integrating Care
Psychiatry Review: The Challenges of Being a Mental Health Care Provider: Responding with Wisdom and Resilience
October 11-12, 2018
Westin Edina Galleria
The Psychiatry Review Conference is designed for psychiatrists and other physicians, nurses and nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, and other healthcare professionals who manage and treat patients.
This year's highlighted session topics are:
Opioid Dependence and Marijuana Use
The full conference agenda is posted online for detailed information and individual talk titles.