American Council of Hypnotist Examiners – Virtual Conference April 22-23, 2017

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Saturday, April 22, 2017 – 3-hour Workshops

Hypnosis for Pain Control in Medicine and Dentistry, John Butler
A large body of evidence indicates that hypnosis can significantly help people who are suffering with acute and chronic pain. Dr. John Butler has developed an extensive range of skills to help these clients, and teaches this class from his great experience in the field. The class covers the basis of how hypnosis influences the mind-body connection and the quickest and most effective methods for controlling pain of different kinds and helping suffering clients.
•    Main mechanisms of hypnotic intervention in mind-body pain interactions.
•    Hypnotic pain control – self-training.
•    Techniques and strategies for training clients in hypnotic pain control.
•    Supporting clients with hypnosis during painful medical, surgical and dental treatments.
•    Neurophysiological and neuropsychological mechanisms in hypnoanaesthesia and how to use them clinically

Dr. John Butler is a highly successful hypnotherapist and international hypnotherapy trainer. Hypnoanaesthesia is one of his specialisms and he has been a pioneer in its use in modern clinical settings. He featured in many media demonstrations including a live TV demonstration of surgical hypnoanaesthesia.

Sunday, April 23, 2017 – 1 hour presentations

Hypnosis for Pain Control in Medicine and Dentistry, John Butler
A large body of evidence indicates that hypnosis can significantly help people who are suffering with acute and chronic pain. Dr. John Butler has developed an extensive range of skills to help these clients, and teaches this class from his great experience in the field. The class covers the basis of how hypnosis influences the mind-body connection and the quickest and most effective methods for controlling pain of different kinds and helping suffering clients.
•    Main mechanisms of hypnotic intervention in mind-body pain interactions.
•    Hypnotic pain control – self-training.
•    Techniques and strategies for training clients in hypnotic pain control.
•    Supporting clients with hypnosis during painful medical, surgical and dental treatments.
•    Neurophysiological and neuropsychological mechanisms in hypnoanaesthesia and how to use them clinically.

For further details related to the all of the speakers at the ACHE Virtual Conference 2017, please go to:

http://hypnotistexaminers.org/conference/2017-virtual-conference-catalog/

http://hypnotherapytraininginternational.com/

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