A not-for-profit professional society providing education in the uses of hypnosis in clinical practice

 

 

 

 

We would appreciate PRE-REGISTRATION one week in advance.
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NYSCH CALENDAR YEAR: SEPTEMBER, 2019 thru  JUNE , 2020 



ATTENTION: CE Credits for SOCIAL WORKERS!

*New York Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Inc. (NYSCH) is recognized by 
the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0465. 

  Each course listed below:   
 *2 NYS approved CE credits for Clinical Social Workers
 *2 ASCH credits toward ASCH Certification
 
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Monday, Oct. 14, , 2019 [Columbus Day]  : 2:30-4:30PM

“REDUCING THE  NEGATIVE EFFECTS of EMPTY Habits with the Use of Clinical Hypnosis”        
Marlene L. Levy, PhD, DAIPM 

 

Course Description:

A symptoms is a coping mechanism with a negative outcome. A Habit is a behavior, positive or negative, imprinted by repetition. Often the Symptoms are no longer needed [EMPTY HABITS], and they then continue as a Habit. So the repetitions of Symptoms, which are negative coping behaviors are then difficult to change consciously. They respond very quickly to change when utilizing Hypnosis.. This workshop will be both didatic and experiential, in the utilization of Hypnosis when removing empty habits.

 

Objective: Upon completion of the program, the participants will be able to:

1. Definition of Empty Habit.  Explain at least 3 EMPTY habits that would benefit from using hypnosis to modify behavior [i.e. Nail biting, Weight issues, Tricholtillomania and Smoking Cessation]

2 Will be able to demonstrate the hypnotherapeutic techniques used to modify the negative effects of empty habits above. [reframing, positive imagery plus]

3-Formulate articulate   Cognitive-Behavioral short-term hypnotic interventions in the treatment of empty habits., as defined above..

4- All participants will practice utilizing the various techniques discussed above.

 

 

December 8th, 2019

"CLINICAL HYPNOSIS FOR RESISTANT PATIENTS"

Phyllis Gildston, PhD

 

January 12th, 2020

TO BE ANNOUNCED

 

March 15th, 2020

" The Use of DEEPENING TECHINQUES WITH HYPNOSIS"

Richard Tuck, PhD

 

April 26th, 2020

TO BE ANNOUNCED

 

June 14th, 2020

Taking Off the Training Wheels: Transitioning from 'Canned" scripts to Individualized Hypnotic Suggestions"

NYSCH FACULTY

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Location & Directions for Sunday 2hr training courses:

Port Washington Public Library 
One Library Drive, 3rd Floor [Hagedorn Room] 
Port Washington, NY 11050
 

The Port Washington Public Library is located at One Library Drive, opposite the Landmark on Main Street. 
Check our location on the Yahoo! map, or get travel directions from other locations on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area.


Registration Fees for each of the 2hr. training courses [not the annual WORKSHOP]:

Professional Participants: $20.00
Student Participants: $10.00
NYSCH Members: No Charge

NYSCH membership dues 2018/2019: $100.00 yr.

*Participants sign in and pay their fee at the door upon arrival [cash or check].

 *A course evaluation form will be issued and must be filled out and handed in, to obtain a completion certificate.

*New York Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Inc. (NYSCH) is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0465. ​