Trance and Trauma
Hypnosis skills for adaptive responses, safe relationships, co-creating resilience
Saturday, October 5, 2019
Simon Fraser University Downtown Campus
Julie H Linden, PhD
Clinical hypnosis skills and principles provide a flexible and creative framework for assessing and treating the sequelae of trauma, which include anxiety, depression, and relational ruptures. This workshop will provide definitions of trauma, adaptation, hypnosis skills and trance within a psychobiological context. Through demonstration and practice it will illustrate the use of the therapeutic relationship between care-givers and care-receivers to create a climate for change, evoking and responding to the ingredients that lead to positive outcomes and shape resilience.
Julie H. Linden, clinical psychologist, is the past president of the International Society of Hypnosis (ISH). Both the beginning and end of her presidency were marked by the two largest scientific hypnosis congresses in the history ISH, with more than 2500 participants from 50 countries contributing to their success. She is also a past president of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
Long before integrative medicine was popular, Julie was integrating hypnosis principles and skills into a wide range of areas. In medical settings she was an early (1975) pioneer of hypnotic pain management and facilitating healing in both acute care, e.g., burn patients, medical procedures, emergency room presentations, and preparation for surgery, as well as chronic illness care, e.g., kidney dialysis; oncology; cystic fibrosis, to name a few. In clinical psychology she has forged the path on the integration of play therapy, trauma and hypnosis.
Julie works with clients of all ages, and has contributed to the understanding of hypnotic work in a developmental framework. Her varied interests and writings range from children and adolescents; trauma, hypnotic sandtray; gendered hypnosis and feminist hypnotherapy; ego state therapy; hypnosis and the brain-gut connection; education and training in hypnosis; as well as hypnosis and leadership.
Passionate about hypnosis best describes Julie, as she enthusiastically travels the world, lecturing and training others on the enormous potential for healthy change when hypnosis is incorporated into ones heath care practice.
This workshop is directed toward health professionals including psychologists, counsellors, therapists, physicians, nurses, naturopaths, dentists, social workers, chiropractors, etc.
Fees: Early bird cutoff date September 9, 2019
|Early-Bird||After September 9th|