The Use of Hypnosis in Pain Management
A course for Non-Hypnotherapists Working with Pain
Held over 3 weekends
Starting 25th March 2017
Lecturer: Peter Mabbutt
The use of hypnosis for pain management, hypnoanalgesia, has a long and effective history. Supported by empirical research, there is currently a rapid resurgence of its use in medical practice worldwide as a result of the more integrative approach to patient care.
This 3-weekend course explores the adjunctive use of hypnosis in pain management. It will provide you with a comprehensive hands-on approach that demonstrates how pain management using hypnosis can be incorporated into existing methods of conventional pain control. The course is designed to be experiential and you will learn and experience hypnotic induction and deepening techniques along with the common hypnotic approaches to pain management.
You will also discover that this viable alternative to pain control can help reduce the use of antinociceptive drugs, thus potentially reducing the risk of tolerance and dependence.
At the end of the course participants will have:
- experience of inducing and managing trance in fellow delegates
- experience of producing analgesic phenomena using hypnosis
- experience of the application hypnotherapeutic pain management techniques
- understanding and experience of hypnotic techniques that can increase pain threshold by manipulating cognitive factors
- explored hypnotic pain management protocols including those used in surgery
- understanding of the evidence basis for pain control through hypnosis
- personal experience of hypnosis and the ability to return to the trance state using self-hypnosis
- the ability to teach patients/clients presenting for pain management self-hypnosis
- an understanding of the mechanisms of secondary gain and how this can prevent otherwise effective pain management
- an understanding of the ethical use of hypnosis
Who is this course for?
This workshop is open to healthcare professionals, therapists and professionals from other disciplines working in the field of pain management.
It is designed to meet the needs of those with no experience of hypnosis who wish to gain effective practical skills for use with their patients/clients. The course will provide an in depth understanding of how hypnosis can be used to effectively augment and enhance pain management.
This course carries 33 verifiable CPD hours
Delegates who complete 100% of the course will gain a Certificate of Achievement.
- Weekend 1: 25 and 26 March 2017
- Weekend 2: 29 and 30 April 2017
- Weekend 3: 27 and 28 May 2017
£495 : £245 deposit on booking then remainder £250 on weekend 1.
The Use of Hypnosis in Pain Management:
A Course for Non-Hypnotherapists Working With Pain (2552)
- Central London - Venue TBC
- £495: £245 deposit on booking then remainder £250 on weekend 1
- 3 weekends starting Sat 25 March 2017
- 10 AM - 5.00 PM
- Click here for details
London Mar 2017
About Peter Mabbutt: Peter originally trained in Psychopharmacology and spent many years undertaking research in the fields of anxiety, tranquiliser dependence, learning and memory and phobias before training with the LCCH in Clinical Hypnotherapy. He now has extensive experience in hypnotherapy and lectures internationally on the subject. Peter is the programme leader for the UK's only MSc in Clinical Hypnotherapy and has been instrumental in setting up the Hypnotherapy Pain Management Clinic and research programme at University of Malaya Hospital, Kuala Lumpur. Peter is also a consultant for the Hypnotherapy Unit at the Pantai Hospital in Kuala Lumpur. He regularly lectures to the international medical community on the use of hypnosis in pain management. Peter is Vice President of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and is co-author of the popular Hypnotherapy for Dummies and Self-Hypnosis for Dummies.