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

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NYSCH CALENDAR YEAR: SEPTEMBER, 2018 thru  JUNE , 2019

 

 

NYSCH UPCOMING 2019 TRAINING

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
 
 SUNDAY, March 31st 2019: 2:30 -4:30 pm
"GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER and HYPNOSIS!
Marlene Levy, PhD, LCSW, DAIPM
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION:: GAD is a chronic state of severe worry and tension, often without provocation. Those with GAD regularly anticipate disaster, often worrying excessively about health, memory, family or work. Witht eh use of hypnosis by a qualified professional those with GAD have been able to learn to control many of the sypmtoms associated with this anxiety disorder.
OBJECTIVES:
1-Participants will learn how to identify the many varied symptoms presented with GAD.
2-Participants will learn how to use hypnosis as a complementary treatment along with CBT.
3-Demonstrations using hypnosis with GAD will permit the students to examine the process and apply it within their own treatment protocols.
4- Participants will be shown how to give self-hypnosis instruction to those experiencing GAD, as a way of more effective treatment.


 
SUNDAY, April 28th, 2019: 2:30-4:30 pm
"HYPNOSIS IN PEDIATRICS"
Lewis J. Kass, M.D., FAAP
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Children are always in a creative and imaginative trance-like state. This might seem to make the pediatric hypnotherapist's job easier, or perhaps challenging and difficult. While the trance may frequently be right there, understanding a child's developmental level and degree of autonomy and the necessary language to use [or not to use] in order to establish rapport and trust is where the differences are compared to working with adults. An introduction to working with clinical hypnosis in the pediatric population in terms of concepts, history and techniques will be presented.
OBJECTIVES:
1-Children are not little adults.
2-Need to establish "Rapport, rapport, rapport."
3-The importance of language used in pediatric population.
4-In Ericksonian fashion, be able to utilize what the child brings to the table.
5-Hopefully the talk will serve as a springboard to attend to all-pediatric course.  

 

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 9th, 2019 : 2:30-4:30PM

“Inductions, Demonstrations and Practice” 


       NYSCH Faculty

Lewis Kass, MD
Marlene L. Levy, PhD, DAIPM 
Herbert Feldman, M.D., DABFM, DAIPM 
Ita O'Sullivan, RN, NP 
Richard M. Tuck, PsyD 
Susan Lee Bady, LCSW, BCD 
Linda LaMarca, PhD 
Phyllis Gildston, PhD

 

Course Description:

Faculty member will present varied induction demonstrations along with colleague participation.This very successful program will once again be presented offering presentations of difficult and interesting cases. In the first part, senior professionals on the NYSCH Board will discuss their work. In the second section, attendees will question the speakers as well as present some of their own difficult cases in order to receive feedback from the group.


Objectives:

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

1-Provide rationale for the selection of hypnotic techniques for two patients issues.

2-Demonstrate the application of techniques used for the treatments described above.

3-Discuss two areas of therapeutic resistance and resolution in the cases under discussion.

 


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. ​