Aug 21 from 08:30 to 17:30
Room: 518c
Pre-congress Workshops / Atelier pre-congrès: Introductory (Basic) Workshop

Workshop Chairs:

Faculty:

Leora Kuttner, PhD *

Julie Linden, PhD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jacques Desaulniers, MA

Marie Elisabeth Faymonville, MD *

Woltemade Hartman, PhD

Mathieu Landry, PhD candidate

Camillo Loriedo, MD, PhD

Don Moss, PhD

Enayatollah Shahidi, MD

Katalin Varga, PhD

Jeffrey Zeig, PhD *

* Keynote speakers

 

Tuesday, August 21, 2018


 

08:30-10:00

I.     Intro to hypnosis: Definitions, misconceptions, history, theory, assessment

L. Kuttner and J. Linden

            (Favorite place induction)

Provide a definition of hypnosis based on scientific research

Identify myths and misconceptions about hypnosis

Outline major historical events in development of clinical hypnosis

Review major theories of hypnosis

 


10:00-10:15              BREAK


 

10:15-12:30

II.   Principles of formulating suggestions: Therapeutic language

 W. Hartman and faculty

            Induction and realerting (demonstration) (Eye focus/fingers together/eye roll)

                        Identify steps in facilitating hypnotic induction

                        Describe at least 4 types of suggestions, discuss direct and indirect suggestions

                        Practice removal of suggestions and realerting/dehypnotizing

            Small group practice

Each participant will have opportunity to practice as a facilitator and as a subject

 


12:30-13:30              WORKING LUNCH

Ethics and professional conduct (45 min)

            K. Varga


13:30-15:30

IV. Hypnotic phenomena and their applications with demonstration (90 min)

            E. Shahidi

            Demonstrate several types of hypnotic phenomena, including trance logic.

            Exemplify suggestions for eliciting hypnotic phenomena

            (rapport, time distortion, chaisson or arm lowering, dissociation)

 

V.   Hypnotic ability and its measures (30 min)

            K. Varga

            Identify the most commonly used susceptibility scales

            Discuss the benefits and limitations of formal measure of hypnotic responsivity

 


15:30-15:45              BREAK


 

15:45-17:30

VI.    Stages of hypnosis, intensification and deepening with practice

            L. Kuttner

            Discuss methods for intensifying hypnotic responsivity and contextual variables

                        Demonstrate induction with deepening (elevator/TV techniques/magic glove)

 

            Small group practice

Each participant will have opportunity to practice as a facilitator and as a subject

 

 

Wednesday, August 22, 2018


 

08:30-09:15

VII.   Introducing hypnosis to clients, neurophysiology, neuroplasticity, memory, teaching self-hypnosis (45 min)

            M. Landry

                        Define self-hypnosis and be able to teach to clients

                        Be able to demonstrate introducing clinical hypnosis to a client

                        Discuss the research on hypnosis and memory

                        Discuss the current understanding of neurophysiology of hypnosis

 

09:15-10:15

VIII.  Composing varying types of therapeutic suggestions, demonstration (60 min)

            C. Loriedo

                        (The use of time in hypnosis/indirect techniques)

                        Identify and describe at least 6 principles of hypnotic induction and suggestion

 


10:15-10:30              BREAK


 

10:30-12:30

            All faculty

            Small group practice

Utilize at least one induction, deepening and realerting technique as a facilitator and experience same as a subject

 


12:30-13:30              WORKING LUNCH

IX. How to manage untoward circumstances (45 min)

            J. Linden


 

13:30-14:30

X.    Integrating hypnosis into psychological practice for stress reduction, ego-strengthening, and ideomotor signaling with demonstration (magic carpet perspective/mirror)

            D. Moss

                        Watch demonstration and be able to replicate

 

14:30-15:30

            Practice ego-strengthening and/or ideomotor signaling

            D. Moss

                        Be able to demonstrate one ego-strengthening and/or ideomotor signal                                        technique

 


15:30-15:45              BREAK


 

15:45-16:45

XI. Integrating hypnosis into practice for pain management

            J. Desaulniers

            Be able to demonstrate one hypnotic pain management approach

 

16:45-17:30

XII.  Treatment Planning Strategies

            All faculty

            Identify 3 areas within your practice where you can apply hypnosis

 

 

 

Thursday, August 23, 2018


 

13:45-14:30

XIII.  Hypnosis as evocative (limbic) communication *

            J. Zeig - Keynote

 

 

 

Friday, August 24, 2018


 

08:00-09:00

XIII. Hypnosis - Neurosciences:  Clinical applications *

            M.-E. Faymonville - Keynote

 

 

 

Saturday, August 25, 2018


 

08:00-09:00

XV.  Pediatric hypnosis - Treatment that adds and rarely subtracts *

            L. Kuttner - Keynote

 

 

10:35-11:00

Evaluations/certificates of completion will be given to participants in Room 519b.