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Advanced Workshop Schedule: 

All Advanced Workshop handouts received by the handout deadline are available below in pdf format for individual download.  Handouts that were not submitted to the office by the deadline may be distributed by faculty on site. 

Check back periodically as we will add handouts as we receive them technology permitting during the Annual Meeting. 

Fundamentals of Clinical Hypnosis (Basic) Workshop and Refining Skills and Treatment Applications (Intermediate) Workshop packets will be distributed directly to those individuals registered for those sessions in their attendee packets on site.  

If you have any questions, contact the ASCH office at either education@asch.net or 1+630-980-4740.

Thursday, March 15, 2018
T1: Integrating Hypnosis in a Relational Context (Carolyn Daitch, PhD)
T2: Insight-Oriented Hypnotherapy (D. Corydon Hammond, PhD, ABPH) Faculty will distribute handouts onsite. 
T3: A Proactive Response to the Opiate Prescription Crisis with Compassionate Patient Centered Care: Integrating Hypnotic Utilization, Neuroplasticity, and the Psychophysiologic Pattern (Mark Weisberg, PhD, ABPP and Alfred Clavel, Jr., MD)
T4: Memory Shifts: The Lynch Pin to Symptom Change & Positive Client Growth (David Alter, PhD, ABPH)
TP1: Ethical Decision Making Pt1 (Joel Marcus, PsyD; Lane Wagaman, EdD; Marc Oster, PsyD, ABPH)
YT1: Lessons Learned from a Career in Clinical Research: An informal interactive workshop (David Patterson, PhD, ABPH)
TP2: : An Extension Study Using Hypnotic Suggestion as an Adjunct to IV Sedation (Edward Mackey, Jr, PhD, MSN, ABHD, ABHN)
YT2: Writing and Publishing Your Hypnosis Articles in AJCH (Stephen Lankton, MSW, FASCH, DAHB & David Reid, PsyD)
Plenary #1: Relational Safety as the Treatment for Trauma and Pain: Polyvagal Contributions to the Countertransference Trance; Maggie Phillips, PhD

Friday, March 16, 2018
Plenary #2: PTSD Treatment Guidelines and Clinical Care: The Significance of Relationship; Christine Courtois, PhD
POW: Power of Words
TCW: Teaching and Consultation Workshop
F1: Hypnotic Strategies to Manage Relationship Factors in Psychotherapy (Elgan Baker, PhD, ABPH and Eric Spiegel, PhD)
F2: The Role of Relationship Building in Palliative Care: Utilization in Service of Healing When Cure is Not Possible (Daniel Handel, MD)
F3: Hypnosis in the Treatment of Pathological Dissociation and the Dissociative Disorders (Richard Kluft, PhD)
FA1: Understanding Subconscious Connectedness -- A Fundamental Personal Dimension with Practical Implications for Hypnosis Practitioners and Psychotherapists (Olafur Palsson, PsyD) Faculty will distribute handouts onsite. 
FA2: Defining Psychosomatic Illness through Hypnosis (Joseph Zastrow, MD)
Lunch with the Masters: Hypnosis & the Health Care Relationship (Cheryl Beighle, MD; Dan Handel, MD; Alfred Clavel, JR, MD, Laurence Sugarman, MD; Moderated by Ran Anbar, MD & Eric Spiegel, PhD)
FP1: Milton Goes To Church And Other Places: Carrying The Hypnotically Informed Relationship With You (Jim Warnke)
FP3: Relational Healing for Relational Injury in the Treatment of Trauma (Christine Courtois, PhD, ABPP)
FP4: Expanding the Possibilities of Self-Hypnosis: From the Medical to the Psychotherapeutic (Delle Jacobs, MSW, LICSW, LMFT and Cheryl Beighle, MD)
FP5: Generation and Utilization of Spontaneous Trance during Motivational Interviewing (Barbara McCann, PhD)
YF1: The Hypnotic Induction Profile in Clinical practice: A Measure of Hypnotizability and a Means for Exploring Personality Types and Relational Styles to Enhance the Therapeutic Alliance and Improve Clinical Outcomes (John Alexander, PhD)

Saturday, March 17, 2018
Plenary #3: The Intersection of Hypnosis and Relational Psychoanalysis; Jeremy Safran, PhD
S1: Zen, Hypnosis and Suffering (David Patterson, PhD, ABPH)
SA2: Hypnosis Treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) with the North Carolina Protocol: Update and Refresher (Olafur Palsson, PsyD) Faculty will distribute handouts onsite. 
SA3: Resolving Therapeutic impasses (Jeremy Safran, PhD)
SA4: Therapeutic Age Progression as a Corrective Emotional Experience (Moshe Torem, MD)
SA5: Navigating The Treatment of Frustrating Illnesses Such As Fibromyalgia with the Use of Clinical Hypnosis and Healing Relationship (Harvey Zarren, MD)
Lunch with the Masters: Hypnosis & the Psychotherapy Relationship (Elgan Baker, PhD, ABPH; Carolyn Daitch, PhD; Michael Diamond, PhD, Maggie Phillips, PhD; Moderated by Eric Spiegel, PhD)
SP1: The Body’s Mind: The Role of Relationship in Integrating Body and Mind in People with Psychophysiologic Disorders (David Alter, PhD, ABPH)
SP2: Unconscious Communication and Clinical Hypnosis:  A Psychoanalytically-oriented Case Consultation Group with Michael Diamond (Michael Diamond, PhD)
SP3: Staying the Course in Treatment: the Evolution of the Provider-Patient Relationship (Carol Ginandes, PhD) Faculty will distribute handouts onsite. 
SP4: Enhancing Hypnotic Elegance: The Interplay of Rhythms, Spaces and Suggestions (George Glaser, MSW)
SP5: Ethical Decision Making Pt2 (Joel Marcus, PsyD; Lane Wagaman, EdD; Marc Oster, PsyD, ABPH) See TP1 for complete handout packet.
SP6: Joining a Threesome?  The Joys and Pitfalls of Adjunctive Therapy with Hypnosis (Sharon Spiegel, PhD; Carolyn Daitch, PhD; Stephen Kahn, PhD)
Plenary #4: Dreamers, Schemers, Moonbeamers and Redeemers:  Psychoanalytic Musings on the Benevolent Allure and Therapeutic Action in Hypnotically-augmented Psychotherapy; Michael Diamond, PhD

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Plenary 5: The Healing Impact of Relationship in Palliative Care: In Trance, Out of Trance, Upon Trance; Daniel Handel, MD
D1: Hypnosis, Connection, and Empowerment for Trauma Recovery (Louis Damis, PhD, ABPP)
D2: Building Relationships, Enhancing Quality of Life, and Empowering Cancer Patients with Self-Hypnosis Groups (Holly Forester-Miller, PhD)
D3: Uses of Altered States of Consciousness Experiences Related to Spiritual and Religious Aspects of Skin and Skin Disorders (Philip Shenefelt, MD, ABMH)
D4: Clinical Hypnosis is Changing Our Minds (Laurence Sugarman, MD, ABMH; David Alter, PhD, ABPH; David Reid, PsyD)
DA1: Hypnosis and Psychoanalysis: Twelve Steps toward Mutual Enrichment --Toward Recapturing Squandered Opportunities (Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD)
DA2: Incorporating Humor and Laughter into the Treatment Relationship (Linda Thomson, MSN, APRN, ABMH, ABNH)