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February 16, 2022
7:00-9:00PM

Another Way to Look at and to See Our Patients and Clients and Each Other and, Perhaps, Ourselves

Presenter: Harvey Zarren, MD, FACC

Via Zoom

Relieving the suffering of another human being, the essential work of all healthcare practitioners, cannot be merely formulaic. Such work must be grounded in knowledge and experience and is always optimized with the creative application of all that a practitioner brings to an experience. Essential is the relationship between the practitioner and the recipient of the practice. In a crisis setting, such as cardiac arrest, the relationship might be established with the tone of voice, the words, the energy, and the quick, assured action of a practitioner. In the utilization of Clinical Hypnosis, the establishment of a relationship can usually be more thorough, more mindful, and more fully and creatively developed.

In this two-hour workshop, Zarren will offer information on human biology: its design that always works towards healing; its wholeness, which means physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social distinctions do not exist in reality in our design; and its amazing complexity that can respond positively to creatively practiced tools such as clinical hypnosis.  He will offer an approach focused on placing healing relationships in the center of practice for the benefit of both patient/client and practitioner. The information and tools can be used in all relationships, and personally when needed.

 

Learning Objectives

During this webinar the physician and other participants will be able to:

  1. Describe our human biology based on gene expression
  2. Explain the wholeness of our biology, and how it is not separated into physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social divisions
  3. Develop at least two new/additional ways of evaluating patients’/clients’ suffering and symptoms

Intended Audience

Practitioners utilizing clinical hypnosis in the treatment of human suffering

Level of Complexity

This webinar is intended for intermediate and advanced levels of experience in their respective fields.

Continuing Education

Attendees may earn 2 CE/CMEs for attending this webinar but must attend the live event for credit.

Registration Fees

  • $35 for ASCH members
  • $45 for non-members

Cancellation Policy

No fees will be refunded for this webinar. 

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About the Presenter: Harvey Zarren, MD, FACC

Zarren

 
Previously practicing clinical cardiology for 32 years, Zarren now practices utilizing healing relationship and clinical hypnosis in service to people suffering from medically unexplained physical symptoms. His work utilizes the ability of human biology to change gene expression and to facilitate the human design that persistently works towards healing.
Zarren believes in utilizing all appropriate therapies for any given patient/client’s condition practiced by ethical practitioners. He also believes that creativity in practice can more effectively alleviate suffering, while enhancing practitioners’ personal enjoyment of practice.

Use of Program Materials

ASCH records all webinars with the intent to post them on the website as an educational resource for members.  A PDF of the final presentation may, in some instances, be shared after the program with those who attended the live event. 

Program Evaluation

Participants will be asked to complete a short online program evaluation.  A summary of the results and any feedback will be shared with the presenter. 

Disclosure Information

No ASCH-ERF staff or committee members involved in the development, planning, or execution of educational content have any financial relationships or conflicts of interest to disclose.

Harvey Zarren, MD, has no significant financial relationships to disclose.

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2022-02-16 19:00:00 2022-02-16 21:00:00 America/Detroit Another Way to Look at and to See Our Patients and Clients and Each Other and, Perhaps, Ourselves Relieving the suffering of another human being, the essential work of all healthcare practitioners, cannot be merely formulaic. Such work must be grounded in knowledge and experience and is always optimized with the creative application of all that a practitioner brings to an experience. Essential is the relationship between the practitioner and the recipient of the practice. In a crisis setting, such as cardiac arrest, the relationship might be established with the tone of voice, the words, the energy, and the quick, assured action of a practitioner. In the utilization of Clinical Hypnosis, the establishment of a relationship can usually be more thorough, more mindful, and more fully and creatively developed. In this two-hour workshop, Zarren will offer information on human biology: its design that always works towards healing; its wholeness, which means physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social distinctions do not exist in reality in our design; and its amazing complexity that can respond positively to creatively practiced tools such as clinical hypnosis.  He will offer an approach focused on placing healing relationships in the center of practice for the benefit of both patient/client and practitioner. The information and tools can be used in all relationships, and personally when needed.   Learning Objectives During this webinar the physician and other participants will be able to: Describe our human biology based on gene expression Explain the wholeness of our biology, and how it is not separated into physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social divisions Develop at least two new/additional ways of evaluating patients’/clients’ suffering and symptoms Intended Audience Practitioners utilizing clinical hypnosis in the treatment of human suffering Level of Complexity This webinar is intended for intermediate and advanced levels of experience in their respective fields. Continuing Education Attendees may earn 2 CE/CMEs for attending this webinar but must attend the live event for credit. Registration Fees $35 for ASCH members $45 for non-members Cancellation Policy No fees will be refunded for this webinar.  Register Today About the Presenter: Harvey Zarren, MD, FACC   Previously practicing clinical cardiology for 32 years, Zarren now practices utilizing healing relationship and clinical hypnosis in service to people suffering from medically unexplained physical symptoms. His work utilizes the ability of human biology to change gene expression and to facilitate the human design that persistently works towards healing. Zarren believes in utilizing all appropriate therapies for any given patient/client’s condition practiced by ethical practitioners. He also believes that creativity in practice can more effectively alleviate suffering, while enhancing practitioners’ personal enjoyment of practice. Use of Program Materials ASCH records all webinars with the intent to post them on the website as an educational resource for members.  A PDF of the final presentation may, in some instances, be shared after the program with those who attended the live event.  Program Evaluation Participants will be asked to complete a short online program evaluation.  A summary of the results and any feedback will be shared with the presenter.  Disclosure Information No ASCH-ERF staff or committee members involved in the development, planning, or execution of educational content have any financial relationships or conflicts of interest to disclose. Harvey Zarren, MD, has no significant financial relationships to disclose. Via Zoom