The New England Society
       of Clinical Hypnosis
          A component society of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

NESCH hosts four quarterly meetings per year. These meetings are FREE to members in good standing. NESCH also hosts an annual Advanced Workshop in the Spring and a two-weekend Basic Workshop in the fall. Current NESCH members are eligible for a discount to these workshops. 

****In the case of inclement weather, event cancellations will be listed on the homepage of the website by 8 a.m. the day of the event.

Upcoming events

    • 2014-05-11
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Newton Wellesley Hospital, Allen Riddle Hall

    NESCH May 2014 Quarterly Meeting  

    "Pearls from Practice"
    Presenters: NESCH Members 


    Directions to Newton-Wellesley Hospital

    Newton-Wellesley Hospital is located at 2014 Washington Street, Newton, Massachusetts, near the intersection of Routes 16 & 128 (I-95), one mile south of the Mass. Pike (I-90).

    From West of Route 128 (I-95)
    Take Mass. Pike to Route 128 (I-95). Proceed South on 128 (I-95) for less than one mile. Take exit 21/21A to Route 16 East. Proceed on Route 16 East 1/4-mile to the Parking Garage at the second hospital entrance on the right (2000 Washington Street).

    Coming from Boston
    Take Mass. Pike to Exit 16 (West Newton). Follow Route 16 West for 1-1/4 miles to Parking Garage Entrance on left (2000 Washington Street).

    From North or South Route 128 (I-95)
    Take Exit 21/21A to Route 16 East. Proceed on Route 16 East 1/4 mile to the Parking Garage at the second hospital entrance on the right (2000 Washington Street).

    MBTA
    Take Green Riverside line (D Train), outbound, to Woodland stop. Walk out to Washington Street and turn left. Hospital is two short blocks on the left.

    • 2014-06-14
    • 8:30 AM
    • 2014-06-15
    • 5:00 PM
    • Newton Wellesley Hospital Shipley Auditorium 2014 Washington Street, Newton MA.

    Attachment, Dreams, and Spirit:

    Practical Approaches for Integrating Hypnosis into Psychotherapy

    Claire Frederick, M.D.

    Distinguished Consulting Faulty

    College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies

    Saybrook University

    San Francisco, California

    Mailing Address:

    Post office Box 7200

    Tahoe City, CA 96145

    (530) 730-5181

    www.clairefrederick.com

    Abstract

    This workshop presents new material in several interlocking areas. Its purpose is to increase and integrate clinical skills in the practice of therapy, with particular emphasis on hypnotically-facilitated psychotherapy. The role of the imagination in each of the workshop’s three segments will be emphasized as will experiential interactions with the workshop leader, demonstrations, discussion, and practical exercises.

    The first segment will illuminate the use of hypnosis in the holistic diagnosis and treatment of the biopsychosocial phenomena known as attachment pattern disorders and will give participants opportunities to role play their patients with the workshop leader to provide greater experiential and practical knowledge of how to identify and deal with these problems.

    The second segment will focus on dreams and hypnotic dreaming. Participants will learn more about using hypnosis to facilitate dreaming and the programming of dreams, to manage trauma-based dreams, how to  facilitate patients’ movement into lucid dreaming, and how to participate in an Experiential Dream Group for the development of greater understanding of dreams

     In the third segment areas of transpersonal hypnosis will be presented within a  scientific framework. These include topics such as the use of hypnosis to amplify clinical intuition, the relationship of hypnosis to the Positive Thinking movement, and how hypnosis facilitates paranormal phenomena such as remote viewing. Also included will be  the identification and management of Spiritual Emergence Crises, hypnosis and spiritual healing, the relationship of hypnosis to Eastern, Western, and Indigenous spiritual practices, near death experiences, and  applications of Jungian and other perspectives on “past life” work in clinical practice.

    • 2014-10-11
    • 8:00 AM
    • 2014-10-26
    • 5:00 PM
    • Newton Wellesley Hospital, Shipley Auditorium

    This is a two weekend course, running October 11-12, 2014 and October 25-26, 2014 for a total of 28 credit hours.



    Directions to Newton-Wellesley HospitalNewton-Wellesley Hospital is located at 2014 Washington Street, Newton, Massachusetts, near the intersection of Routes 16 & 128 (I-95), one mile south of the Mass. Pike (I-90).
     
    From West of Route 128 (I-95)
    Take Mass. Pike to Route 128 (I-95). Proceed South on 128 (I-95) for less than one mile. Take exit 21/21A to Route 16 East. Proceed on Route 16 East 1/4-mile to the Parking Garage at the second hospital entrance on the right (2000 Washington Street).
     
    Coming from Boston
    Take Mass. Pike to Exit 16 (West Newton). Follow Route 16 West for 1-1/4 miles to Parking Garage Entrance on left (2000 Washington Street).
     
    From North or South Route 128 (I-95)
    Take Exit 21/21A to Route 16 East. Proceed on Route 16 East 1/4 mile to the Parking Garage at the second hospital entrance on the right (2000 Washington Street).
     
    MBTA
    Take Green Riverside line (D Train), outbound, to Woodland stop. Walk out to Washington Street and turn left. Hospital is two short blocks on the left.

     

     

     

Past events

2014-01-26 NESCH January 2014 Quarterly Meeting - "Inviting the Muse: Trance Enhancement of Creativity,” Presenter: Carol Ginandes, Ph.D., ABPP
2014-01-12 Skills Workshop: "Alert Hypnosis and Anxiety Management” with Max Shapiro PhD
2013-12-08 NESCH December 2013 Quarterly Meeting - "Hypnosis and Trauma Treatment," Presenter: Lorna McKenzie-Pollack, LICSW
2013-09-29 NESCH September 2013 Quarterly Meeting, "Unwrapped: The Transformative Impact of Experiential Learning Using Hypnosis with Gay Men," Presenter: Richard Miller, LICSW
2013-05-18 NESCH 58th Annual Advanced Workshop, Michael Yapko, PhD
2013-03-03 NESCH February Quarterly Meeting: Presenter: Max Shapiro, PhD“What we can learn from single-session resolution of a presenting complaint”
2013-01-20 Trauma Workshop
2012-12-02 NESCH December Quarterly Meeting: Presenter: Larry Peltz, MD; The Dr. Tom Martin Memorial Lecture generously sponsored by the Martin Family
2012-10-20 NESCH 58th Annual Basic Workshop
2012-09-30 Sunday, September 30th Dr. Zarren Presents Framework of Patients with Fibrmyalgia
2012-06-10 Half Day meeting, "Pearls from Practice"
2012-04-21 Stuck in Deep Trance: Trauma and Hypnosis, Presenter Nancy Riemer, LICSW
2012-02-12 Eva Szigethy, MD, Hypnosis and GI Disorders
2012-01-22 Hypnosis Skills Refresher Workshop
2011-12-04 "The Dr. Tom Martin Memorial Lecture" FULL DAY - Alert Hypnosis, David M. Wark, PhD, ABPH
2011-10-22 NESCH 57th Annual Basic Workshop
2011-09-25 Hypnosis and Dreams with Deirdre Barrett, PhD
2011-05-14 NESCH 56th Annual Advanced Workshop with Daniel Brown, PhD
2011-04-03 Insomnia and Preparation for Medical, Dental & Surgical Procedures, Max Shapiro, PhD
2011-02-13 Hypnosis and Mindfulness Meditation: Common Ground and Divergence
2010-12-12 Pearls from Practice
2010-11-10 55th Annual Basic Workshop: Hypnosis in Clinical Hypnosis
2010-10-03 Chronic Pain: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Related Syndromes
2010-06-13 Pearls from Practice, Max Shapiro, PhD
2010-05-01 NESCH 55th Annual Advanced Workshop with Peter Bloom M.D.
2010-02-07 Hypnotic Enhancement of Creativity, Nancy Riemer, LICSW
2009-12-06 Pediatric Hypnosis in the Hospital and in the Office, Bob Deutsch, PhD
2009-10-11 Hypnosis and Weight Mangement, Deirdre Barrett, PhD
2009-09-12 NESCH Basic Workshop
 

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