SASH Course 2020

Applications welcome from healthcare practitioners eligible for AHPRA registration

Venue: RACGP – all sessions unless otherwise indicated

15 Gover Street
North Adelaide SA 5006

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE SASH COURSE FOR 2020

Provisional Course Dates for 2020

Feb – 15 & 16, Feb – 29 & 1 March, April 4 & 5, May – 23 & 24, July – 4 & 5,
Aug – 22, Oct – 24 & 25 & Nov – 14 & 15.

Course days are held on the weekend and generally once a month.
Content may change subject to teaching faculty availability

Course Program and Timetable

Practical Components in Hypnosis

Day 1 – Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis

Introduction to the Executive / the course / Student introductions

  • History of Hypnosis
  • Hypnotic Phenomena
  • Professional Issues Ethics, Informed Consent, Complications
    Myths / Misconceptions / Indications, Contraindications,
  • Overview of a hypnosis interaction, the 4 steps (SS)
  • Inductions: Background, Direct & Indirect Inductions,
    Eye Fixation, Deepeners, Emergence & Trance termination.
  • Group Hypnosis
  • Course Overview.
  • Practice and Supervision

Day 2 – Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis (cont.)

  • Review of Day 1
  • Neurobiology of hypnosis, FRMI evidence,
  • Abreaction, Deconstruction of a hypnosis Intervention, Re-alerting safely,
  • Ideomotor Finger Signalling, Spiegel Induction & hypnotic phenomena in
    practise, Arm levitation / Anesthesia and Basket of Cares and Worries,
    Age regression, Dissociation techniques for teaching self-hypnosis,
  • Admin processes and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision.

Day 3 – Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis (cont.)

  • Review of Day 1 & 2
  • Hypnotic Phenomena
  • Introduction to Ideomotor Finger signals
  • Hypnosis basics. Favourite techniques
  • Seeding plus favourite inductions
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision

Day 4 – Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis (cont.)

  • Introduction to indirect techniques
  • An introduction to Metaphor
  • Metaphor – Part 2 – Exploring and utilising client metaphors &
    Constructing metaphors for effective change
  • Ego-Strengthening
  • Days 1 – 4 Summary/Overview Debrief
  • Feedback to group & Evaluation
  • Practice and Supervision

Applications of Hypnosis

Day 5 – Hypnosis for Managing Pain

  • Explain pain in hypnosis
  • Acute and chronic pain management
  • Examples of hypnosis use
  • Small group practice
  • Practical techniques for the management of chronic pain
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision          

Day 6 – Hypnosis in Pregnancy and Childbirth 

  • Opportunities to use hypnosis throughout the pregnancy
  • Utilising hypnosis in pregnancy and childbirth in the naive subject
  • The use of hypnosis for labour analgesia – further insights
  • Antenatal preparation for labour analgesia – The HATCh perspective
  • The pregnant patient in pain but not in labour
  • Perioperative and Postoperative management with hypnosis of the pregnant patient
  • Hypnosis for Hyperemesis
  • Hypnosis for the anxious pregnant patient
  • Hypnosis for induction of labour and prevention of premature labour
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision     

Day 7 – Hypnosis for Anxiety

  • Anxiety Disorders-overview
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Anxiety-overview
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder and use of hypnosis
  • Specific Phobias, including flying phobia, needle phobia
  • Case Studies
  • Anxiety Disorders-psychiatrist’s perspective
  • Panic Disorder and use of hypnosis
  • Social Anxiety Disorder and use of hypnosis
  • Further aspects Hypnosis and Anxiety
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision     

Day 8 –  – Hypnosis for Depression

  • Hypnosis for depression
  • Depression – Solution Focused
  • Approaches and Application of Hypnosis
  • First Aid for Depression
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision  

Day 9 – Hypnosis with Children

  • Hypnosis with Children – The Psychology Perspective
  • Hypnosis with Children – Another perspective
  • Hypnosis for paediatrics
  • Indirect Hypnosis with Children
  • Clinical applications e.g. Developmental Issues, using creativity for play
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision 

 Day 10 – Analytical Hypnotherapy, Psychological Management of Physical Conditions, Anxiety Part 2

  • Psychological Management of Physical Conditions
  • Psychological management of HIV / immune compromised states
  • Hypnosis interventions with neuropathy and depression
  • Research on cellular boosting (T-cell counts/viral load) within the context of Psycho-Neuro Immunology
  • Smoking
  • Identifying unresolved feelings/Age Regression/Age Progression
  • Dealing with anger
  • Ego State Therapy
  • Unresolved Grief
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision

Day 11 – Dentistry & Ericksonian approaches to PSTD

  • Dentistry and Hypnosis – Part 1
  • Dentistry and Hypnosis – Part 2
  • The utilisation of Ericksonian-, Ego State and Somatic Experiencing therapy: an integrated
    hypno-somatic approach in the treatment of trauma – Part 1
  • Ericksonian approaches demonstration and practical – Part 2
  • Review and Feedback
  • Practice and Supervision

Day 12 – Psychosomatic & Student Case Presentations

  • Psychosomatic symptoms & Hypnosis in Practice 1
  • Student presentations (1 to 10)
  • Exam practise
  • Review and Feedback
  • NO PRACTICE & SUPERVISION

Day 13 – Student Case Presentations and Wind up

  • Student Presentations (11 to 20)
  • Wind-up
  • NO PRACTICE & SUPERVISION

Day 14 & 15 – Viva and Practical Assessment

Case Reports and Short Case Studies

September

Final date for review of 2 case report by SASH (If required)

September

Final date for submission of 2 case reports to ASH

June

Final date for submission of first 5 short case studies to SASH

October

Final date for submission of last 5 short case studies to SASH
(Total of 10 short case studies required)

October

Complete supervision/mentoring hours, including 15 direct supervision to give minimum total of 50 hours.
Please note each study day includes 4 hours of supervision, plus 1 hour at end of each course day between 5 – 6pm.

Course Payment details

Step One:
Pay the course deposit of $500 or early bird fee of $4,500 before 31 January 2020
This will confirm a place on the course after approval by our education subcommittee for eligible applicants

Step Two:
If the deposit has been paid, pay the remaining $4000 before 31 January 2020
(Total Early bird Registration: Deposit $500 + $4000 = $4,500)

or

Full Course Fee
Pay the full course fee of $4,950 after the 31 January 2020
(Total Course Fee: Deposit $500 + $4,450 = $4,950)

Please Note: All fees include GST

SASH Bank Details:
South Australian Society of Hypnosis
BSB:  805050
A/C No:  100025728
Reference: (Your Name/course)

Please email treasurer@sash.asn.au when you have made a transfer.

Course participants for 2020 who have registered for the Diploma and paid the deposit before 1st November 2019 receive complimentary registration to attend the Introductory Day in Hypnosis – Saturday 2nd November 2019 at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

Please contact the Director of studies for any queries related to the course and registrations of interest for Hypnosis Training.