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.
Dr. Walter Bongartz

Prof. Dr. Walter Bongartz

Taught Psychology at the University of Konstanz and is now mainly interested in the anthropological roots of hypnosis. He is a past president of the German (DGH), the European (ESH) and the International (ISH) Societies of Hypnosis.

Hypnos never hypnotized: Unlocking hidden potential from the archaic past of hypnosis

When we take a historical look back to the roots of hypnosis it is usually focused on Mesmer’s animal magnetism. It will be shown that the roots of hypnosis are very much earlier and that language, interventions and basic therapeutic principles of hypnosis can be traced back to the use of trance in archaic and traditional societies.

News Headlines
Tuesday, August 8th 2017

Chronic pain relief

At the EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF HYPNOSIS in Manchester in August, A Vanhaudenhuyse from Belgium will show in a study of 415 chronic pain patients that self-hypnosis/self-care can help patients develop active coping strategies, allowing them to reduce pai Full Story...

Friday, July 28th 2017

Self-hypnosis – a cost effective intervention

Professor Marie-Elisabeth Faymonville, head of the Pain Clinic at Liege University Hospital in Belgium will demonstrate at the EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF HYPNOSIS in Manchester in August, that learning self-hypnosis and self-care improves not only pain but Full Story...

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