Fall 2017 Workshop Announcement
The Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis
November 4-5, 2017 Intermediate/Advanced Workshop, Cocoa Beach
12 hours CEU's and credit toward ASCH certification
Clinical Hypnosis in Integrated Health Care:
Reminders and Considerations for Clinicians
G. Lane Wagaman, Ed.D.
Program Schedule (will include morning and afternoon breaks):
Saturday, November 4, 2017 - Registration from 8;30 - 9:00 am
9:00-12:00 Clinical hypnosis and hypnotic communication;
Induction or elicitation of trance
Noon: Luncheon hosted by FSCH
1:00-4:00 Rapport: How, When, Why;
Understanding and utilization of resistance
Sunday, November 5, 2017
9:00-12:00 Advanced inductions and intensification
Noon Lunch on your own
1:00-2:30 Symptom management or change (using pain disorders as a framework for understanding and application)
2:45-4:00 Summarization and case discussion
After taking this workshop, participants will be able to:
- describe alternative views of hypnotic communication;
- apply advanced trance inductions and intensification strategies;
- identify hypnosis strategies for symptom management;
- apply hypnotic strategies for pain management.
Health professionals holding doctoral degrees in medicine, dentistry, podiatry and psychology, or doctoral or masters degrees in social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, nursing, or other medical fields, licensed in the state in which they practice; degree graduates receiving documented clinical supervision toward licensing, and graduate students in eligible disciplines with documentation of their student status from the Chairperson of their graduate program.
Continuing Education Credit
We offer 12 Florida CEU's for licensed psychologists under 490 (Provider #50-774, Exp. 5/18); clinical social workers, mental health counselors, and marriage and family therapists under 491 (Provider #50-774, Exp. 3/19), and all our workshops count toward ASCH certification requirements. We automatically report to CEBroker.
We are returning yet again to a favorite location, the Courtyard by Marriott and Hampton Inn, in Cocoa Beach. .If you have been with us before at this location, you know the hotels are right next door to each other, 3435 and 3425 N. Atlantic Avenue, and share a wonderful conference center. Our special group rates are only $129 per night at both hotels but you must register by October 3rd to get the reduced rate. Please note that the Hampton Inn offers a complimentary full breakfast, but free parking and free WiFi are available to registrants at either hotel. To register for the FSCH reduced rates at the Courtyard, click: Courtyard Registration (ignore parking fee in link, parking IS free), or call 321-784-4800. If you wish to register at the Hampton Inn, click: Hampton Inn Registration, or call 321-799-4099 and be sure to say you are with FSCH.
Before October 4: As of October 4:
FSCH Members___ $300___ $335 FSCH New Life Members___ $150 ___ $175 Non Members ___ $350 ___ $385 FSCH Graduate Student/Intern Members ___ $220 ___ $250 Graduate Student/Intern Non-members ___ $250 ___ $285 (with student documentation)
Dr. Wagaman’s professional interests include behavioral health and medical applications of clinical hypnosis, teaching and supervision of clinical hypnosis practice, pain management, behavioral health contributions to management of chronic medical disorders, comorbidity of medical and psychological difficulties, geriatric behavioral health assessment and care, behavioral and behavioral medicine education and training, and health care ethics.
Why is This Workshop Important?
As health care continues to move toward enhanced integration and collaboration, it is increasingly important to understand not only how health care disciplines other than our own practice, but the ways in which those practices complement or augment our own, as well as intervention strategies that improve treatment outcomes. Clinicians who include hypnosis skills in their practices already understand the care-enhancing advantages of clinical hypnosis. This workshop will review, and consider possible alternative views of, some important foundational understandings about hypnotic communication and consider how trance is actually influenced. The importance of rapport, specifically with respect to the use of hypnosis, and clinician perceptions, and the influence of, resistance in the health care relationship will also be addressed. Descriptions and demonstrations of advanced trance inductions and intensification strategies will include a variety of modalities. Finally, the use of clinical hypnosis for symptom management or change in medicine and behavioral health care will be discussed using pain management as a basic framework for demonstrating the range of hypnotic strategies to effect symptom change generally in health care. This workshop is appropriate for clinicians with at least basic understanding of, and experience with, clinical hypnosis in practice and will include lecture, discussion, demonstration, and participant experiential and practice opportunities.
Contact us: 305-598-9992, email@example.com. Our mailing address: 13705 SW 91 CT, #C, Miami, FL 33176
Dr. G. Lane Wagaman is a licensed psychologist in independent private practice with HRC Behavioral Health and Psychiatry at Carolina Rehabilitation and Surgical Associates in Cary, and is Clinical Associate Professor and Preceptor, Family Medicine Residency Program, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and Allied Health Staff, Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, Lewisburg, WV. He earned his Ed.D. at West Virginia University and is a member of numerous professional organizations including the American Psychological Association, American Society for Clinical Hypnosis, Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis; Diplomate, Academy of Integrative Pain Management; Invited Independent Member, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards; Past President and Past APA Council of Representative for West Virginia Psychological Association; Past President, West Virginia Board of Examiners of Psychologists; Member, North Carolina Psychological Association and Division of Independent Professional Practice.
Bonus Workshop Presented by Joyce Glasser, Ph.D.
Core Healing Techniques Supportive of Healthy Attraction
November 3, 2017 - 2:00 5:00 pm
3 Hours CEU's and credit toward ASCH Certification
Theorization abounds but, from an epistemology standpoint, not much is actually known regarding the mystery of attraction, fatal or otherwise. Armed with such knowledge, however, knowledge gleaned through the practice of specific hypno-analytic and hypnotherapeutic skills presented here allows a therapist to more quickly reposition a client for positive attraction. This Core Healing approach to significant-other relationship optimization will be presented to offer the potent opportunity for realistic therapeutic counseling of those either bereft from failed relationships, or wanting to utilize a prophylactic approach to experience positive attraction through this process of neuro-linguistic reprogramming in order to foster not just passionate but enduring, healthy, quality, maturing, and truly loving relationships.
Upon completing this session, the participant should be able to:
- Describe the Core Healing construct of the mind's functioning;
- Incorporate these understandings into orientation by all clinicians who employ hypnosis;
- Use resources to meaningfully expand planning and implementation for quality relationship facilitation.
Dr. Joyce Glasser is a New Life Member of FSCH who has over 25 years of experience in using hypnosis. She is the author of Core Healing: Dissolving the Diseases of Our Times, and has previously been a presenter for both FSCH and ASCH. You may read more about her on her website, www.drjoyceglasser.com.