SCEH 2016 Benefits of Attending


SCEH 2016 Conference -- Benefits of Attending

  • Earn CE and CME credits to satisfy licensure requirements

  • Become a better, more effective clinician

  • Expand your thinking by hearing from our distinguished faculty and presenters

  • Forge new relationships for collaboration with leading researchers and emerging young professionals

  • Help your patients/clients reach their goals and achieve positive outcomes

  • Get answers to your challenges in face to face discussions with colleagues

  • Practice your skills and take them to the next level

  • Explore new solutions by reviewing new, more effective methods

  • Expand your thinking by hearing from our distinguished faculty and presenters

  • Integrate hypnosis into your practice to offer patients more options

  • Practice your skills and take them to the next level

Continuing Education/Workshops   

Clinical & Medical Hypnosis Workshops are offered at 3 levels: 

  • Basic/Introductory Workshop in Hypnosis 
  • Intermediate Hypnosis Workshop/Enhancing Skills/Fine-tuning Techniques

Scientific Program 

This program features research presentations and symposia on issues in research and practice, a poster session and banquet. Topics include:

  • A Pilot Study of the Spiritual Counseling Method of Depth Hypnosis in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety and Well-Being

  • Accept or Change? An RCT of Mindfulness vs. Hypnotic Suggestion for Acute Pain inthe Hospital Setting

  • Age Regression to Primary Process Thinking: Topographic or Temporal?

  • Attentional Networks Regulate Awareness and Metacognition

  • Contemporary Investigations into Clark Hull's Conclusions about Hypnosis: Heteroactive Hypersuggestibility and the Practice Effect

  • Does Hypnosis Decrease Sympathetic Arousal? A Confirmatory Study.

  • Examining Psychophysiological Changes During Formal Hypnotizability Testing

  • Hypnosis and Chronic Pain

  • Hypnosis and Placebo

  • Hypnosis as a Viable Tool for Modulating Visual Awareness: Displacing the Threshold for Access to Consciousness

  • Hypnotic Susceptibility and Placebo Responders: An Unknown Threat to the Integrity of Randomized Clinical Trials?

  • Hypnotism as a Function of Trance State Effects, Expectancy and Suggestibility: An Italian Replication

  • Music and Suggestion to Improve Quality of Life in Palliative Care: Preliminary Findings

  • Neuropathic Pain After Guillain-Barre' Syndrome

  • Pain, Panic and Anxiety: Symptoms of Medically Activated Trauma in Cancer Patients

  • Personality Predictors of Pendulum Performance

  • Placebo Response Correlates With Hypnotic Suggestibility

  • Preparing a Patient for a Five-year Course of Bladder Cystoscopy .

  • Revisiting the Construct Validity of the Harvard Group Scale

  • The Challenge of Central Sensitization in Chronic Pain: Clinical Hypnosis with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Interstitial Cystitis (IC/BPS

  • The Effects of Low Dose Ketamine on Hynotizability

  • The Effects of Presenting Hypnosis as a Nondeceptive Placebo: Attitudes, Hypnotic Responses, and Subjective Experiences

  • Toward an Integrative Model of Hypnosis: My Personal Journey

  • What Changed? A Data Analysis/Integration of Four Instruments Measuring Results of the Longitudinal Observational Study: Applying Clinical Hypnosis Techniques to ADD Traits & Symptoms

Keynotes include: 

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  • Nicholas A Covino, PsyD, President, William James College, Newton, MA on A Role for Hypnosis in Light of Health Care Reform

  • James Carmody PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA on Being in the Moment: Mindfulness Eases the Anxiety of Being Human

  • Terence M. Keane, PhD, Associate Chief of Staff and Division Director, Behavioral Science Division, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and professor of Psychiatry and Assistant Dean for Research at Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA on Recent Advances in the Psychological Treatment of PTSD

  • Guy H. Montgomery, PhD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Department of Oncological Sciences, Cancer Prevention and Control on Hypnosis in Cancer Care: Past, Present and Future

  • Steven Jay Lynn, PhD, Professor, Psychology Department, Binghamton University (SUNY), Binghamton, NY on Toward an Integrative Model of Hypnosis: My Personal Journey

  • BANQUET SPEAKER:  Elvira V. Lang, MD, FSIR, FSCEHCEO, Comfort Talk® and Former Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School on Training Thousands?

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The Future of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis in the Era of Health Care Reform

Hilton Boston/Dedham Hotel & William James College (20 minutes outside Boston, MA)

October 6-10, 2016 

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