Accepted Posters - #SCEH2021

The following posters have been accepted for the SCEH 2021 Annual Conference.                                                               Updated: September 23, 2021

The 2021 Scientific Program will be held on Sat. & Sun., Oct. 16 & 17, live over Zoom Webinars. Due to the large number of accepted posters, the Poster Session will extend over two days as follows:
-   Session 1: Sat., Oct. 16 - Poster Blitz 1 @ 10:45 am PDT; Poster Session 1 @ 11:00-11:30 am PDT

-   Session 2: Sun., Oct. 17 - Poster Blitz 2 @ 9:30 am PDT; Poster Session 2 @ 12:00-12:30 pm PDT

See the final Conference Program (to be released prior to the event) for details on the specific posters in each session.

 

Posters are listed in alpha order by primary author name.                                                                                                                    

The Effectiveness of Hypnosis on Obesity from Binge Eating Disorder

Pamela Bonney, MS, RDN, CDN, FAND

 

Revisiting the Use of Hypnosis on a Consultation-liaison Psychiatry Service

Alexandra Chadderdon, PsyD

A Theoretical Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Mechanisms and Moderators of Hypnosis in Improving Sleep

Vindhya Ekanayake, MS

Associations of Hypnotizability and Agency in Hypnosis with Clinical Outcomes in Fibromyalgia

Afik Faerman, MS

A Multimodal Computational Model of Hypnotic Depth

Yeganeh Farahzadi, MS

A Protocol to Determine Feasibility of Self-Hypnosis to Promote Mindfulness and Positive Psychology

Aaron Finley, BA

The Effects of Hypnotic Interventions on Treatment Outcomes in Adults with Mental Disorders: An Umbrella Review

Cassondra Jackson, MA

The Role of Type and Frequency of Self-hypnosis Practice in a Group Clinical Hypnosis Program

Anna Grace Kelly, BS

Demographics of Unlicensed vs. Licensed Hypnosis Practitioners

Melvin Marsh, MS

Use of Hypnosis to Treat Chronic Somniloquy (Sleep Talking) : A Case Report

Melvin Marsh, MS

Feasibility of the Elkins Hypnotizability Scale - Spanish Version

Vanessa Muniz

"Talking to Oneself" / The Blind Men and the Elephant: A Critical Review of Autosuggestion, Self-talk, Inner Speech, Inner Dialogue, Private Speech and Related Constructs

Balazs Nyiri, MA

Agency in Change -- A Qualitative Analysis of Group Process in Clinical Hypnosis

Anna Marie Ryden, BS

 

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2021 Conference 

72nd Annual Workshops and Scientific Program

Protests, a Pandemic, and Political Unrest: Hypnosis to Weather the Storm

October 13-17, 2021     #SCEH2021      Online *

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