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July 15-16, 2022

ASCH Teaching & Consultation Workshop (TCW)

Virtual

ASCH Educational Training

ASCH educational and training programming includes a wide variety of offerings for health care professionals interested in becoming familiar and proficient with the range of clinical hypnosis knowledge and skills. ASCH educational and training offerings range from Level 1 Workshops for those health care professionals wishing to become familiar, comfortable, and competent with a foundational understanding of concepts and applied clinical skills, through the advanced knowledge, skills, and applications of Level 2 workshops, to highly specialized training in specific applied areas included in Advanced workshops.  This series of training experiences provide foundational support for other ASCH educational and training programs including a twenty hours Individualized Consultation (IC) in individual or workshop format, and a ten-hours

(Please see the Certification section on the ASCH website for other program descriptions and requirements for the attainment of various levels of certification.)

 

Teaching and Consultation Workshop (TCW) Overview

TCW is a ten-hour workshop designed for those individuals who have attained ASCH Certification (including completion of Level 1 and Level 2 ASCH-sponsored or ASCH-approved workshops and completion of twenty hours of Individualized Consultation (IC) (individual or workshop format).  Completion of TCW is required, along with other education and training programs and certification noted above, and continued use of clinical hypnosis in professional practice, in order to apply for and attain ASCH Approved Consultant status.  Due to the COVID-related implementation of virtual ASCH training programs from June 2020 through the present, virtual TCW is being offered in 2022.  Faculty members for TCW workshops are highly accomplished exceedingly well-trained and experienced clinicians, and respected educators and trainers.

The TCW includes an introduction that addresses professional continuing education standards, workshop learning objectives, and encouragement of active participant engagement throughout the workshop.  Major topic areas of training include facilitation of learning environments, principles, and characteristics of adult learning (andragogy), development of experience-level didactic presentations, including quantifiable learning objectives, organization of clinical hypnosis training workshops and small group practice sessions, careful selection of faculty, and management of unusual training and consultation situations.  Additionally, a review of ASCH Standards of Training, especially Levels 1 and Level 2 workshop training, including optimization of workshop participant and/or patient safety with respect to appropriate re-alerting and re-orienting, is emphasized. Finally, there is a review of learning contract responsibilities, case consultation, providing useful and meaningful feedback to those with whom one is consulting, the use and documentation of adjunct consultants, and ethical considerations.

If you have questions about TCW, please contact: Lane Wagaman, EdD, TCW Chair


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Schedule

SECTION ONE: Workshop Overview of Foundational Elements

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the purposes of the sequence of the ASCH Standards of Training
  2. Describe the concept of spiral learning
  3. Describe Knowles’ principles of adult learning and education
  4. Describe the participants’ personal styles of learning and education and how they impact education/training of clinical hypnosis

 

SECTION TWO: Development and Presentation of Clinical Hypnosis Workshops; Small Group Workshop Components; and the Importance of Participant Safety

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the importance of repetition in adult education
  2. Describe the importance of appropriate learning objectives and distinguish between helpful and appropriate and non-contributory learning objectives
  3. Describe the importance of small group practice experiences in clinical hypnosis training and the documentation of such
  4. Describe the importance of limiting the size of small group practice sessions and of the specified, rotating roles of small group participants

 

SECTION THREE: Workshop Faculty Recruitment, Selection, and Assignment(s); Optimizing Workshop Participant Safety

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  1. Describe two elements of workshop participant safety and why each is important
  2. Describe one standardized clinical hypnosis re-alerting/re-orienting assessment instrument
  3. Describe at least three important factors in the selection of appropriate faculty for clinical hypnosis workshops
  4. List at least five important characteristics of effective leaders/ workshop faculty members

 

SECTION FOUR: Consultation and the ASCH Certification Process

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  1. Define consultation and how the consultation process differs from clinical supervision
  2. Describe at two elements of effective feedback
  3. Describe the required elements of the process of becoming an ASCH Approved Consultant

Workshop Review / Evaluations / Q&A / Wrap-Up

 

Speakers

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Lane Wagaman, EdD, Licensed Psychologist

Lane Wagaman is a Health Services Provider Psychologist in Hollywood, SC and a Licensed Psychologist, Health Services Provider Psychologist in North Carolina, and a Licensed Psychologist, in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland. He is an ASCH Life Member; Approved Consultant; Chair, Clinical Hypnosis Education and Training; Chair, Certification / Individual Consultation Committee; Chair, Teaching and Consultation Workshop; Member, Ethics Committee; Member, Cross-Collaboration Committee; Co-Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Advanced Workshops (2016), Co-Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Refining Skills (Intermediate) Workshop (2017), Co-Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Level 1 (Fundamentals of Clinical Hypnosis) Workshop (2018, 2019, 2020); Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting, and Workshops Level 3 workshop, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.    

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Mary Wells, PhD

Dr. Mary Wells is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in practice for over 30 years in the areas of rehabilitation and pain management. She completed her graduate work at George Washington University and started her career at the Washington Pain and Rehabilitation Center in Washington DC. She went from there to VCU Health System in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as a rehab psychologist, providing services to a full range of rehabilitation patients in both the inpatient and outpatient services. She left VCU to work in an interdisciplinary pain clinic in the community and later went into private practice. In 2000, she joined the medical psychology department at Sheltering Arms Hospital, first as a staff psychologist and later as director of the department, a post she held for 10 years.  She has recently returned to the VCU Dept. of PMR and is currently working as part of an interdisciplinary team of medical professionals at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System to provide services to patients with chronic pain due to a variety of medical conditions. She provides evaluations and psychological treatment for the management of chronic pain.

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 07/15/2022 07/16/2022 true America/Detroit ASCH Teaching & Consultation Workshop (TCW) ASCH Educational Training ASCH educational and training programming includes a wide variety of offerings for health care professionals interested in becoming familiar and proficient with the range of clinical hypnosis knowledge and skills. ASCH educational and training offerings range from Level 1 Workshops for those health care professionals wishing to become familiar, comfortable, and competent with a foundational understanding of concepts and applied clinical skills, through the advanced knowledge, skills, and applications of Level 2 workshops, to highly specialized training in specific applied areas included in Advanced workshops.  This series of training experiences provide foundational support for other ASCH educational and training programs including a twenty hours Individualized Consultation (IC) in individual or workshop format, and a ten-hours (Please see the Certification section on the ASCH website for other program descriptions and requirements for the attainment of various levels of certification.)   Teaching and Consultation Workshop (TCW) Overview TCW is a ten-hour workshop designed for those individuals who have attained ASCH Certification (including completion of Level 1 and Level 2 ASCH-sponsored or ASCH-approved workshops and completion of twenty hours of Individualized Consultation (IC) (individual or workshop format).  Completion of TCW is required, along with other education and training programs and certification noted above, and continued use of clinical hypnosis in professional practice, in order to apply for and attain ASCH Approved Consultant status.  Due to the COVID-related implementation of virtual ASCH training programs from June 2020 through the present, virtual TCW is being offered in 2022.  Faculty members for TCW workshops are highly accomplished exceedingly well-trained and experienced clinicians, and respected educators and trainers. The TCW includes an introduction that addresses professional continuing education standards, workshop learning objectives, and encouragement of active participant engagement throughout the workshop.  Major topic areas of training include facilitation of learning environments, principles, and characteristics of adult learning (andragogy), development of experience-level didactic presentations, including quantifiable learning objectives, organization of clinical hypnosis training workshops and small group practice sessions, careful selection of faculty, and management of unusual training and consultation situations.  Additionally, a review of ASCH Standards of Training, especially Levels 1 and Level 2 workshop training, including optimization of workshop participant and/or patient safety with respect to appropriate re-alerting and re-orienting, is emphasized. Finally, there is a review of learning contract responsibilities, case consultation, providing useful and meaningful feedback to those with whom one is consulting, the use and documentation of adjunct consultants, and ethical considerations. If you have questions about TCW, please contact: Lane Wagaman, EdD, TCW Chair Register Here Schedule SECTION ONE: Workshop Overview of Foundational Elements Introduction of Workshop Participants and Faculty Introduction to Purpose and Process of Workshop Establishing Familiarity and Concurrence with the ASCH Standards of Training (SoT) Understanding Adult Education (Andragogy) Theories and Styles Understanding Your Personal Style of Learning and Educating/Training Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to: Describe the purposes of the sequence of the ASCH Standards of Training Describe the concept of spiral learning Describe Knowles’ principles of adult learning and education Describe the participants’ personal styles of learning and education and how they impact education/training of clinical hypnosis   SECTION TWO: Development and Presentation of Clinical Hypnosis Workshops; Small Group Workshop Components; and the Importance of Participant Safety Planning an ASCH-ERF Sponsored / ASCH-Approved Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis (Spiral Education; Appropriate Sequencing; Purpose of repetition throughout the educational workshop; Development of appropriate learning objectives) Group Developmental Stages; Group Time Management; Documentation of Group Process and Group Member Progress The Importance of Small Group Experiences in Clinical Hypnosis Workshops Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to: Explain the importance of repetition in adult education Describe the importance of appropriate learning objectives and distinguish between helpful and appropriate and non-contributory learning objectives Describe the importance of small group practice experiences in clinical hypnosis training and the documentation of such Describe the importance of limiting the size of small group practice sessions and of the specified, rotating roles of small group participants   SECTION THREE: Workshop Faculty Recruitment, Selection, and Assignment(s); Optimizing Workshop Participant Safety Understanding the Importance of Workshop Participant Safety and Threats Identification, Selection, and Progressive Inclusion of Workshop Faculty; Characteristics of Effective Faculty / TeachersCharacteristics of effective leaders; leaders’ missteps to avoid Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to: Describe two elements of workshop participant safety and why each is important Describe one standardized clinical hypnosis re-alerting/re-orienting assessment instrument Describe at least three important factors in the selection of appropriate faculty for clinical hypnosis workshops List at least five important characteristics of effective leaders/ workshop faculty members   SECTION FOUR: Consultation and the ASCH Certification Process Consultation; Understanding the ASCH Individualized Consultation Options Importance and Appropriate Inclusion of Evaluation and Feedback Becoming an ASCH Approved Consultant Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to: Define consultation and how the consultation process differs from clinical supervision Describe at two elements of effective feedback Describe the required elements of the process of becoming an ASCH Approved Consultant Workshop Review / Evaluations / Q&A / Wrap-Up   Speakers Lane Wagaman, EdD, Licensed Psychologist Lane Wagaman is a Health Services Provider Psychologist in Hollywood, SC and a Licensed Psychologist, Health Services Provider Psychologist in North Carolina, and a Licensed Psychologist, in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland. He is an ASCH Life Member; Approved Consultant; Chair, Clinical Hypnosis Education and Training; Chair, Certification / Individual Consultation Committee; Chair, Teaching and Consultation Workshop; Member, Ethics Committee; Member, Cross-Collaboration Committee; Co-Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Advanced Workshops (2016), Co-Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Refining Skills (Intermediate) Workshop (2017), Co-Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Level 1 (Fundamentals of Clinical Hypnosis) Workshop (2018, 2019, 2020); Chair, ASCH-ERF Annual Scientific Meeting, and Workshops Level 3 workshop, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.       Mary Wells, PhD Dr. Mary Wells is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in practice for over 30 years in the areas of rehabilitation and pain management. She completed her graduate work at George Washington University and started her career at the Washington Pain and Rehabilitation Center in Washington DC. She went from there to VCU Health System in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as a rehab psychologist, providing services to a full range of rehabilitation patients in both the inpatient and outpatient services. She left VCU to work in an interdisciplinary pain clinic in the community and later went into private practice. In 2000, she joined the medical psychology department at Sheltering Arms Hospital, first as a staff psychologist and later as director of the department, a post she held for 10 years.  She has recently returned to the VCU Dept. of PMR and is currently working as part of an interdisciplinary team of medical professionals at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System to provide services to patients with chronic pain due to a variety of medical conditions. She provides evaluations and psychological treatment for the management of chronic pain. ----