XIV ESH congress

hosted by British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH)

23th - 26th August 2017

British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis
Hypnosis: unlocking hidden potential. The value of hypnosis in communication, health and healing in the 21st century.

Thursday 24th August

08.30 - 09.30 Keynote 2 - Functional Changes in Brain Activity after Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy: The Science of Hypnosis and Its Application to Patients with Anxiety Disorders
Ulrike Halsband
09.30 - 10.30 Keynote 3 - How has functional imaging informed our understanding of pain and hypnosis?
Stuart Derbyshire
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break
11.00 - 12.30 Parallel Session 1
Papers Embodied cues facilitate and inhibit self regulation
Idit Shalev
Is eye-blinks rate measurement an interesting tool to study hypnotic suggestions?
Vladimir Zelinka
From dead lines to live durations: The efficiacy of time-projections in Hypnotherapy
Irit Cohen
Panel The healing value of  hypnosis: The effect of adjuvant hypnotherapy on survival, immune functions and quality of life of intermediate and high risk breast cancer patients
Éva Bányai
Papers The Illness/Non-Illness Model: Hypnotherapy for Physically Ill Patients
Shaul Navon
A hypnosis framing of therapeutic horticulture for mental health rehabilitation
Paul Stevens
A Study of using imagery in a large organisation to increase mental health
Asa Fe Kockum
Workshop A comprehensive protocol for Hypnotherapy of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Enayatollah Shahidi
Panel Integration of attack therapy, interative psychotherapy and hypnosis
Psychotherapy Institute in Turkey
Workshop Nonverbal Trance Induction
Christian Albrecht Schmierer
Workshop Clinical Cases in General Practice using techniques from autogenics, neurolinguistics and hypnosis
Kathleen Long
Workshop The mysterious house technique
Liana Orin Soffer
Workshop Unlocking hidden potential through metaphoric communication and conversational trance
Stephanie Schramm
Workshop Clinical use of hypnosis in the treatment of chronic pain
Gunnar Rosen
12.30 - 14.00 Lunch
13.30 - 13.50 Meditation/Self-hypnosis Session
For those who would enjoy a quiet few moments to recharge their batteries during this busy conference Ann Williamson will be offering to guide a gentle twenty-minute meditation/hypnosis session.
14.00 - 15.00 Parallel Session 2
Workshop D.R.E.A.M. : a hypnotic model for dream work
Jane Turner
Workshop Acquired Brain Injury and PTSD, professional and personal experience
Susanna Carolusson
Workshop Helping an 'hidden' potential evolve with Ego State Therapy
Eva Pollani
14.00 - 16.00
Papers The Integrative Use of Awareness Under Conscious Hypnosis (AUCH©)
Ali Özden Öztürk
Of Two Minds: A mind/body concert for healing
Nicole Ruysschaert
Psychotherapeutic work in practise 'Life has lots to offer
Elisabeth Deltl
 Workshop Using Hypnotherapy with Our Young People to Help Unlock their Inner Selfie: Finding a Healthy Balance Between Real Life and Digital Life
Tobi Goldfus
Workshop Changing the Word in the Heart - when the Word in the Heart Changes, Change becomes easy. A unique 4 session approach to the treatment of Smoking, Alcohol and Ice Addictions
Brian Allen
Workshop Becoming Friends with the Monsters: Hypnosomatic Treatment of Anxiety and Phobia
Silvia Zanotta
Workshop Healing in the space between the words; Exploring the intersection of Hypnosis, Neurobiology and Quantum Physics
Susan Pinco
Workshop Hypnotherapeutic Storytelling in Traumatherapy
Stefan Hammel
Workshop Have you lost your marbles? The use of Zarren's marble induction in hypnotherapy
Shaul Livnay
15.00 - 16.00
Workshop Timeline: experiencing the future
Michael Capek
Workshop Emotional Hypnosis Unlocks Additional Resources
John Lentz
Workshop A hypnotherapy method with cancer patients
Livia Ileana Duce
16.00 - 16.30 Coffee break
16.30 - 18.00 Parallel Session 3
Papers Hypnotherapy for cancer-related problems
Leslie Walker
Using structured imagery in psychotherapy
Val Thomas
Papers Trauma, Psychosis and Hypnosis
Peter Naish
Two is better than one: Dual-Track Hypnotherapy Paradigms
Shaul Navon
Papers Homo hypnoticus. Is there a hypnosis-prone personality?
Burkhard Peter
Musical hypnosis an energetic therapy
Stephane Ottin Pecchio
Sound, Suggestibility and Hypnotisability: A literature review
Peter Bryant
Workshop Working with Personality parts in dentistry
Veit Messmer
Workshop Use of Two Metaphors
Teresa Robles & Carlos Castro
Workshop Hypnosis in individual sports and competition
Anke Pretch
Workshop Playful hypnosis in couples and family therapy
Inger Lundmark
Workshop OCD, Suggestions in Family System - Hypnosystemic Approach to OCD treatment
Krzysztof Klajs
Workshop Hypnose aux Urgences: Découverte des Ressources Latentes (Presented in English)
Nazmine Guler
Paper What about dreams? Using hypnosis to explore dreams as metaphors of patient's resources. A Clinical Case Report.
Fabio Carnevale
Strong with Tulani
Annete Fuerst
18.00 - 20.00 ESH COR
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News Headlines
Monday, August 21st 2017

Watch your words

At the EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF HYPNOSIS in Manchester in August,  Mike Gow, a dentist from Scotland would maintain and many would agree, that techniques of rapport, language, and communication taught during hypnosis training are among the most impo Full Story...

Friday, August 18th 2017

Hypnotic intervention in dentistry is fast, safe and effective

Says Dr Veit Messmer from Germany, where over 1600 dental members use hypnosis daily in their work with patients. Dr Messmer, speaking at the EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF HYPNOSIS 2017 Congress in Manchester in August, states that while there is always need Full Story...

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