Switch to Virtual for ASCH-ERF’s 64th Annual Scientific Meeting & Workshop, “Resiliency in Action” Themed Program Keeps March 3-6, 2022 Dates
For Immediate Release
Annapolis, Md. — Based on member feedback, the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH), in partnership with the ASCH Education and Research Foundation (ASCH-ERF), has decided to switch to a full-virtual format for the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops (ASMW) With this change, the program will offer more than 30 Advanced Workshops and plenary sessions.
“Caring for ourselves and our clients is of utmost importance,” said ASCH President-Elect Joe Tramontana, Ph.D. “When tasked with developing a theme and program for this year’s meeting, the end result became a wonderful panel of plenary speakers and workshops educating on the topic of resilience.”
Workshop topics fit into four tracks: Level 3 topics, Mind-Body-Spirit, Pain Management, and Trauma. These workshops are offered in session blocks of 90 minutes or three hours.
Plenary speakers for the upcoming ASMW include two renowned clinical experts. Michael D. Yapko, Ph.D., a private practice clinical psychologist and author of 16 books, conducts intensive hypnosis training programs around the world. His session, “Hypnotically Catalyzing Resilience: The Merits of Encouraging Vision,” will identify ways hypnosis can be used to promote resilience, examine the consequences of a future orientation on different aspects of psychological functioning, and analyze ways a temporal orientation influences treatment results. Yapko will also be presenting a 90-minute workshop on the second day of ASMW.
Plenary speaker and psychologist David Patterson, Ph.D., ABPH, of the University of Washington School of Medicine, has 30 years of experience practicing hypnosis and experimental hypnosis. More than 200 of his publications have appeared in peer-reviewed journals and chapters relevant to hypnosis, pain control, and adjustment to trauma. His plenary session, “Scientific Principles to Enhance and Broaden Inductions and Suggestions for Enhanced Resilience,” will detail three areas of science that can promote more effective hypnotic inductions, and evaluate the language of inductions based on dissociation, neurophysiology, and social psychological principles. Patterson will also present a workshop on March 3.
Visit www.asch.net to view the ASMW schedule and program and register for this highly anticipated educational event.
ABOUT THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CLINICAL HYPNOSIS
The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, founded in 1957, promotes greater acceptance of hypnosis as a clinical tool with broad applications. ASCH offers professional hypnosis training workshops, certification, and networking opportunities that enhance both professional and personal lives. ASCH members are licensed healthcare workers holding degrees and certifications in health care disciplines considered appropriate by society. Visit www.asch.net for more information.
WHAT IS ASCH’S ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING AND WORKSHOPS?
The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH), in partnership with the ASCH Education and Research Foundation (ASCH-ERF), brings together the leading experts in the field of clinical hypnosis for a multi-day educational event. The 2022 program will be held virtually.
WHAT TYPES OF COURSES WILL BE OFFERED?
ASCH is offering 30+ advanced workshop topics in four tracks: Level 3 topics; Mind-Body-Spirit, Pain Management, and Trauma. These workshops are offered in session blocks of 90 minutes or three hours.
WHAT TYPES OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS WILL BE AVAILABLE?
All Advanced Workshops are eligible for 1.0, 1.5, or 3.0 hours of ASCH CE. CME reviews are in progress.
ARE THERE ANY PREREQUISITES?
ASMW participants must have completed Level 1 Clinical Workshop training.
HOW CAN I REGISTER?
Registration is online at www.asch.net/asmw and closes on February 23, 2022. Two types of registration are available: single-day registration and an all-access pass.
New for 2022, the all-access pass provides attendees with real-time access to the advanced workshops for which they are registered. In addition, attendees will have access to the recordings of the other advanced workshops offered over the four-day ASMW. These recordings will be available to attendees through May 27, 2022. For those presentations for which a faculty member has provided a pre-and post-assessment, attendees will be eligible for ASCH CE and potentially CME upon successful completion of the assessment.
HOW DO I SELECT WHICH WORKSHOPS I WANT TO ATTEND?
Workshop selection is part of the registration process. Attendees will have real-time access only to those workshops for which they are registered. Workshop selections can be adjusted by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the date, time, and title of the workshop you’d like to attend. All changes must be requested by Wednesday, February 23. No changes will be made after that date.
Questions regarding the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops can be directed to the ASCH Education Team at email@example.com.