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SCEH 2023 Award Winners

SCEH Celebrates and Recognizes Achievements in the Hypnosis Community

On Friday, October 6, 2023, the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis held its Annual Awards Celebration online to shine a light upon and publicly recognize achievements within the hypnosis community. Hosted by SCEH President, Ciara Christensen, PhD, the ceremony acknowledged the contributions of winners in the areas of clinical hypnosis education and training, hypnosis research and publication, and SCEH programs and activities that advanced the organization’s mission to promote excellence and progress in the field.

The 2023 Awards Committee included Chair Don Moss, PhD, and committee members Gary Elkins, PhD, ABPP, ABPH, David Reid, PsyD and Janna Henning, PsyD.  Nominations were sourced via a member Call for Awards, then selected by the committee.  The Presidential Award and Living Treasure awards were selected by the SCEH President.

SCEH celebrates the work of our winners and expresses our admiration and gratitude to our award winners. The following awards were presented:

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2023 Call for Papers

SCEH Annual Conference Call for Papers

Call for Papers now open!   Submission deadline: April 15, 2023

The Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis invites proposals for Advanced Workshops, Scientific Research Presentations, Symposia and Posters.

74th Annual Workshops and Scientific Program

Unlocking the Power of Mind: Advances in the Science of Hypnosis

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SCEH 2023 call for papers now underway

SCEH 2023 Annual Conference Call for Papers Now Underway

The Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis invites submissions of Workshops, Scientific Presentations and Posters for its upcoming 2023 Annual Conference. The five-day event, the Society's 74th Annual Workshops and Scientific Program, will take place live online, from October 4-8, 2023.

This year's conference theme, Unlocking the Power of Mind: Advances in the Science of Hypnosis, reflects the Society’s continued emphasis on advancing both research and practice. The theme considers the wide range of research questions that arise from studying hypnosis as a route to broadening our fundamental understanding of hypnosis and its practical applications.

Presentations on emerging science, clinical hypnosis techniques/therapeutic uses and their benefits, experiencing consciousness, beliefs and suggestion are some of the few examples captured in this year’s conference theme. We are excited to bring individuals together to expand learning and share knowledge about hypnosis and the brain-body connection, as well as further reinforce how and why integrating the use of hypnosis clinically enhances treatment outcomes. We invite workshop proposals supported by research findings, and scientific program submissions ranging from basic research findings to outcome data broadly relevant to hypnosis.

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