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May
22
Fri
CFCH (AB) – 2020 Spring Conference & Workshops @ Banff Park Lodge
May 22 – May 24 all-day

Through the Provincial Societies of the Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis, we offer a number of conferences with accredited workshops across Canada.  Our qualified instructors and leaders will take you deeper into the field of clinical hypnosis and help you to successfully integrate hypnosis into your current practice.

| 2020 Spring Conference & Workshop Brochure |

ADVANCED WORKSHOP

A POTPOURRI OF EFFECTIVE HYPNOTIC SKILLS
Dr. Linda Thomson, Ph.D.

HYPNOTIC TECHNIQUES FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS
Dr. Linda Thomson, Ph.D.

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED WORKSHOPS

SEX THERAPY & CLINICAL HYPNOSIS
Jessica Blake, M. Ed., R. Psych

PAIN: A MANY HEADED MONSTER – THE USE OF HYPNOSIS
& NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES TO SLAY THE DRAGON
Alexandra Chisholm, BScPT, PT, PgCPain & Leonard McEwen, M.S.W., R.S.W.

WORKSHOP ELIGIBILITY

Introductory Workshop:  Available to all Licensed/Registered Health Care Providers and students enrolled in programs leading to this professional designation. *

Intermediate Workshop:  Available to Licensed/Registered Health Care Providers who have completed Introductory training approved by CFCH-AS as consistent with the standards set by the American Society of Clinical hypnosis or of equivalent quality (assessed on an individual basis).  Participants are encouraged to take Intermediate level training before moving on to the Advanced Workshops.  Intermediate level workshops provide more participation in training due to smaller group sizes and comparable levels of experience by the participants. *

Advanced Workshop:  Available to Licensed/Registered Health Care Providers who have completed Introductory training as defined above.  Intermediate level training is not required prior to attending Advanced Workshops. *

* Note:

Non-psychotherapists:  Health Care Providers who do not practice psychotherapy will only be allowed to attend Intermediate or Advanced Workshops that contribute to the understanding and use of Hypnotic Language to induce trance states that would ease anxiety and discomfort for patients during health care.  They will not be allowed to attend more advanced training in the Psychotherapeutic Practice of Hypnosis.

Students:  Must provide written proof of current, full-time registration in a program of study that would result in licensing/registration in a regulated Health Care profession.  This qualification must be met in order to register for Introductory, Intermediate or Advanced Hypnosis workshops.  Attendance may be limited so students are encouraged to apply early.