International Society of Hypnosis

International Society of Hypnosis ISH is comprised of constituent societies and individual members from around the world whose mission is: To stimulate and to improve research, discussion, and publications pertinent to the scientific study and clinical application of hypnosis.
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Hypnosis: Hypnotherapy and sexual dysfunction. Essay by: Atanas Tannous.INTRODUCTIONOne of the leading theoretical appro...
14/04/2021

Hypnosis: Hypnotherapy and sexual dysfunction. Essay by: Atanas Tannous.

INTRODUCTION
One of the leading theoretical approaches of hypnosis describes it as a special state of consciousness in which certain normal human capabilities are heightened while others fade into the background. About 90 percent of the population has some ability to enter a hypnotic state. Hypnosis can be combined with any type of psychotherapy: supportive types, behaviour modification, dynamic therapy and others. Ludwig (1966), who coined the term “altered state of consciousness”, proposed the idea that in an altered state, one’s perceptions of an interaction with the external environment are different from those in the waking state. Tart (1975) sought to further define the relationship between attention and changes in psychological functioning characteristics. According to Tart, a discrete state of consciousness is defined as a “unique, dynamic pattern of configuration of psychological structures. Skill in focusing attention and the related ability to resist distraction are essential for the induction of hypnosis (Kihlstrom, 1985).

📖👉 Read more: https://www.ishhypnosis.org/hypnosis-hypnotherapy-and-sexual-dysfunction/

Hypnosis: Hypnotherapy and sexual dysfunction. Essay by: Atanas Tannous.

INTRODUCTION
One of the leading theoretical approaches of hypnosis describes it as a special state of consciousness in which certain normal human capabilities are heightened while others fade into the background. About 90 percent of the population has some ability to enter a hypnotic state. Hypnosis can be combined with any type of psychotherapy: supportive types, behaviour modification, dynamic therapy and others. Ludwig (1966), who coined the term “altered state of consciousness”, proposed the idea that in an altered state, one’s perceptions of an interaction with the external environment are different from those in the waking state. Tart (1975) sought to further define the relationship between attention and changes in psychological functioning characteristics. According to Tart, a discrete state of consciousness is defined as a “unique, dynamic pattern of configuration of psychological structures. Skill in focusing attention and the related ability to resist distraction are essential for the induction of hypnosis (Kihlstrom, 1985).

📖👉 Read more: https://www.ishhypnosis.org/hypnosis-hypnotherapy-and-sexual-dysfunction/

The use of Hypnosis in the rehabilitation of patients with stroke by Magdolna Bene.From the 1950’s there is evidence fro...
07/04/2021

The use of Hypnosis in the rehabilitation of patients with stroke by Magdolna Bene.

From the 1950’s there is evidence from case reports that the use of hypnotherapy can be appropriate in stroke rehabilitation (Shires, Peters & Krout, 1954). Crasilneck and Hall (1970) found that hypnotic intervention helps the rehabilitation of patients through reinforcing not only the functional ability, but also their motivation for recovery.
The typical technique for enhancing the motor functions in patients with stroke is the revivification or regression to a time of their life which is previous to the stroke event (Hammond, 1990; Kroger, 1977). Read more... 🌐👉 www.ishhypnosis.org/blog

The use of Hypnosis in the rehabilitation of patients with stroke by Magdolna Bene.

From the 1950’s there is evidence from case reports that the use of hypnotherapy can be appropriate in stroke rehabilitation (Shires, Peters & Krout, 1954). Crasilneck and Hall (1970) found that hypnotic intervention helps the rehabilitation of patients through reinforcing not only the functional ability, but also their motivation for recovery.
The typical technique for enhancing the motor functions in patients with stroke is the revivification or regression to a time of their life which is previous to the stroke event (Hammond, 1990; Kroger, 1977). Read more... 🌐👉 www.ishhypnosis.org/blog

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to postpone the live ISH Krakow Congress to June 8-11, 2022.  However, we ...
27/03/2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to postpone the live ISH Krakow Congress to June 8-11, 2022. However, we will still hold the business meetings virtually in June of 2021. These will include our COR Meeting and the election of the new ISH BOD. We are also considering sponsoring a select number of workshops and perhaps a talk or two online during this time. Please stay tuned for information about the virtual event. But please mark your calendars for the Congress in June 2022. If you have not already done so, feel free to register for the Congress here: www.hypnosis2022.com

#hypnosis #psicotherapy #pshycotherapist #congress #krakowpoland #krakow

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to postpone the live ISH Krakow Congress to June 8-11, 2022. However, we will still hold the business meetings virtually in June of 2021. These will include our COR Meeting and the election of the new ISH BOD. We are also considering sponsoring a select number of workshops and perhaps a talk or two online during this time. Please stay tuned for information about the virtual event. But please mark your calendars for the Congress in June 2022. If you have not already done so, feel free to register for the Congress here: www.hypnosis2022.com

#hypnosis #psicotherapy #pshycotherapist #congress #krakowpoland #krakow

PRE-TRAUMA GROWTH UNDER TERROR THREAT: SUGGESTIVE COMMUNICATION METHOD IN ANTICIPATORY TRAUMAMariann ZissCounterterror m...
25/03/2021

PRE-TRAUMA GROWTH UNDER TERROR THREAT: SUGGESTIVE COMMUNICATION METHOD IN ANTICIPATORY TRAUMA
Mariann Ziss

Counterterror measures put communities in a state of alertness for several years. Jewish schools in Europe respond with higher security measures, going through transformations in their daily routines and environments, marked by security rituals. Anticipating the trauma creates extreme situations that polarizes the sense of agency and alters the state of consciousness, having a collective impact. Analyzing the anticipatory trauma within the framework of the altered state of consciousness opens the possibility for intervening with suggestive communication methods that aim to increase the sense of agency. The positive effect of teachers learning the suggestive communication methods on the sense of agency was measured with the Sense of Agency Scale. The altered state of consciousness in anticipatory trauma opens the mind for the sense of agency changing in a signature pattern, in a way that is typical for a group, allowing cultural reproduction.

#psychology #psychotherapie #hypnosis #trauma #medicine #psycotherapist

PRE-TRAUMA GROWTH UNDER TERROR THREAT: SUGGESTIVE COMMUNICATION METHOD IN ANTICIPATORY TRAUMA
Mariann Ziss

Counterterror measures put communities in a state of alertness for several years. Jewish schools in Europe respond with higher security measures, going through transformations in their daily routines and environments, marked by security rituals. Anticipating the trauma creates extreme situations that polarizes the sense of agency and alters the state of consciousness, having a collective impact. Analyzing the anticipatory trauma within the framework of the altered state of consciousness opens the possibility for intervening with suggestive communication methods that aim to increase the sense of agency. The positive effect of teachers learning the suggestive communication methods on the sense of agency was measured with the Sense of Agency Scale. The altered state of consciousness in anticipatory trauma opens the mind for the sense of agency changing in a signature pattern, in a way that is typical for a group, allowing cultural reproduction.

#psychology #psychotherapie #hypnosis #trauma #medicine #psycotherapist

PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING TO ENHANCE CLINICAL HYPNOSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY✏ Donald MossPhysiological monitoring provides a ...
22/03/2021

PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING TO ENHANCE CLINICAL HYPNOSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
✏ Donald Moss

Physiological monitoring provides a useful access into the patient’s affective state during hypnotically assisted therapeutic sessions. Physiological monitoring identifies autonomic dysregulation and can also display the process of restoring autonomic regulation via hypnosis and other quieting strategies. Commonly used modalities for physiological monitoring are identified, and clinical illustrations of how psychophysiological monitoring
can be used in hypnosis and hypnotically assisted psychotherapy are provided. Clinicians may benefit from including psychophysiological knowledge in hypnosis education. Physiological monitoring may enhance hypnosis interventions for some disorders; however, more research is needed for evaluation of efficacy

PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING TO ENHANCE CLINICAL HYPNOSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
✏ Donald Moss

Physiological monitoring provides a useful access into the patient’s affective state during hypnotically assisted therapeutic sessions. Physiological monitoring identifies autonomic dysregulation and can also display the process of restoring autonomic regulation via hypnosis and other quieting strategies. Commonly used modalities for physiological monitoring are identified, and clinical illustrations of how psychophysiological monitoring
can be used in hypnosis and hypnotically assisted psychotherapy are provided. Clinicians may benefit from including psychophysiological knowledge in hypnosis education. Physiological monitoring may enhance hypnosis interventions for some disorders; however, more research is needed for evaluation of efficacy

*Webinar* Brain activation during hypnotic suggestion of changes in pain sensation – Dr. Stuart Derbyshire.🗓 February 26...
23/02/2021

*Webinar* Brain activation during hypnotic suggestion of changes in pain sensation – Dr. Stuart Derbyshire.

🗓 February 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:45 am - Time zone in London, UK (GMT)

This webinar will review the contributions of brain imaging to our understanding of hypnosis with a special focus on pain experience, teach practitioners about the efficacy of hypnosis in reducing pain experience, and alert researchers to the potential different underlying mechanisms of hypnotic efficacy.

Dr Stuart Derbyshire, National University of Singapore, Associate Professor Psychology Department, will discuss and explore this subject as well as the substantial control of chronic pain with hypnosis will be revealed as largely dependent upon changes in brain activity generally associated with pain sensation and affect. In contrast, control of acute pain with hypnosis will be revealed as largely dependent upon changes in brain activity generally associated with cognition. These findings imply different underlying mechanisms of pain control in patients and volunteers that would not have been apparent from behavioural pain reports.

CPD applied.

This webinar will help you:

🔘 To understand the application of brain imaging in investigations of hypnosis.
🔘 Be able to design a simple experimental intervention using hypnosis.
🔘 To understand how brain imaging and behavioural findings can provide complementary insights into the mechanisms of hypnosis.

To hear the talk and to consider these complex issues please join us at the RSM on 26th February by clicking the link 👉 https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/hypnosis-and-psychosomatic-medicine/2020-21/hyp53/

This webinar is organised jointly by the RSM Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section, the RSM Pain Medicine Section, and is in association with the British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH).

*Webinar* Brain activation during hypnotic suggestion of changes in pain sensation – Dr. Stuart Derbyshire.

🗓 February 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:45 am - Time zone in London, UK (GMT)

This webinar will review the contributions of brain imaging to our understanding of hypnosis with a special focus on pain experience, teach practitioners about the efficacy of hypnosis in reducing pain experience, and alert researchers to the potential different underlying mechanisms of hypnotic efficacy.

Dr Stuart Derbyshire, National University of Singapore, Associate Professor Psychology Department, will discuss and explore this subject as well as the substantial control of chronic pain with hypnosis will be revealed as largely dependent upon changes in brain activity generally associated with pain sensation and affect. In contrast, control of acute pain with hypnosis will be revealed as largely dependent upon changes in brain activity generally associated with cognition. These findings imply different underlying mechanisms of pain control in patients and volunteers that would not have been apparent from behavioural pain reports.

CPD applied.

This webinar will help you:

🔘 To understand the application of brain imaging in investigations of hypnosis.
🔘 Be able to design a simple experimental intervention using hypnosis.
🔘 To understand how brain imaging and behavioural findings can provide complementary insights into the mechanisms of hypnosis.

To hear the talk and to consider these complex issues please join us at the RSM on 26th February by clicking the link 👉 https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/hypnosis-and-psychosomatic-medicine/2020-21/hyp53/

This webinar is organised jointly by the RSM Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section, the RSM Pain Medicine Section, and is in association with the British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH).

FREE MEMBERSHIP OFFER FOR STUDENTS.ISH is offering free non-voting membership to master level and above students in Dent...
20/02/2021

FREE MEMBERSHIP OFFER FOR STUDENTS.

ISH is offering free non-voting membership to master level and above students in Dentistry, Medicine and Psychology while they are full time students. Students must either be members of a constituent society of ISH or submit a recommendation from an ISH member. The free membership is offered as an incentive to students to learn about ISH and to be connected to the worldwide hypnosis community, and does not give the right to practice clinical hypnosis.

This free membership allows students to receive reduced fees for the ISH World Congresses as well as other member benefits such as the newsletter, membership directory and video library. Interested students may also purchase a one-year online access to the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (IJCEH) at the cost of $35.

Once the graduate studies are completed, the ISH invites these former students to apply for membership in the ISH with the full benefits of membership.

Visit our website for more information.

#dentistry #dentistryworld #medicinestudent #medicinestudents #psychology #hypnosis

FREE MEMBERSHIP OFFER FOR STUDENTS.

ISH is offering free non-voting membership to master level and above students in Dentistry, Medicine and Psychology while they are full time students. Students must either be members of a constituent society of ISH or submit a recommendation from an ISH member. The free membership is offered as an incentive to students to learn about ISH and to be connected to the worldwide hypnosis community, and does not give the right to practice clinical hypnosis.

This free membership allows students to receive reduced fees for the ISH World Congresses as well as other member benefits such as the newsletter, membership directory and video library. Interested students may also purchase a one-year online access to the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (IJCEH) at the cost of $35.

Once the graduate studies are completed, the ISH invites these former students to apply for membership in the ISH with the full benefits of membership.

Visit our website for more information.

#dentistry #dentistryworld #medicinestudent #medicinestudents #psychology #hypnosis

FROM QUANTUM PHYSICS TO QUANTUM HYPNOSIS: A QUANTUM MINDPERSPECTIVE. Giuseppe De BenedittisA novel, heuristic model base...
19/02/2021

FROM QUANTUM PHYSICS TO QUANTUM HYPNOSIS: A QUANTUM MIND
PERSPECTIVE.
Giuseppe De Benedittis

A novel, heuristic model based upon chaotic complex systems theory and quantum mechanics is proposed to overcome the dichotomy between mind and body. The mind–body interface represents a chaotic system, ruled by the probability principle, as shown in quantum mechanics. Neuronal activity shows many patterns of chaotic behavior, and applications of chaotic patterns seem to be relevant for research regarding the mind–body relationship and the process of trance. A quantum consciousness theory has been proposed, largely controversial, since quantum physics applies to subatomic world and not to macrostructures, such as the brain. Quantum cognition is an emerging field that applies the formalism of quantum theory to model cognitive phenomena such as information processing by the human brain; it overcomes limits and shortcomings of cartesian dualism as well as quantum general theory. As hypnosis is a state of consciousness, it applies to hypnotic cognitive functioning rather than hypnotic structure.

FROM QUANTUM PHYSICS TO QUANTUM HYPNOSIS: A QUANTUM MIND
PERSPECTIVE.
Giuseppe De Benedittis

A novel, heuristic model based upon chaotic complex systems theory and quantum mechanics is proposed to overcome the dichotomy between mind and body. The mind–body interface represents a chaotic system, ruled by the probability principle, as shown in quantum mechanics. Neuronal activity shows many patterns of chaotic behavior, and applications of chaotic patterns seem to be relevant for research regarding the mind–body relationship and the process of trance. A quantum consciousness theory has been proposed, largely controversial, since quantum physics applies to subatomic world and not to macrostructures, such as the brain. Quantum cognition is an emerging field that applies the formalism of quantum theory to model cognitive phenomena such as information processing by the human brain; it overcomes limits and shortcomings of cartesian dualism as well as quantum general theory. As hypnosis is a state of consciousness, it applies to hypnotic cognitive functioning rather than hypnotic structure.

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Joe Schwarcz PhD Director, McGill University Office for Science and Society Wrote the following article on Hypnosis:
Joe Schwarcz PhD Director, McGill University Office for Science and Society Wrote the following article on Hypnosis:
My curiosity inHypnosis had been piqued by Dr. Rooshikumar Pandya, who had three Doctorates, One from a University in Bombay, one from UCLA, and one from Sir George Williams University. He was teaching Psychology at Dawson College, and was an expert Hypnotist. Rooshi often taught the RCMP and if there was a Hypnosis class that was not full, would appreciate me sitting in. In his lecture he would do a Hypnotic Induction – ‘Talking Sleep’ – and identify people who were susceptible. He would then say: “there is such a thing as “Post Hypnotic Suggestion” and I am going to demonstrate it to you! After a further Hypnotic induction: he would say: When I say the following Phrase, "The Russians are coming"; you will feel an irresistible urge to take your WATCH OFF; and put it on your other arm. AND You will have NO IDEA WHY you took it off! His lecture would then continue for 5 or ten minutes, and in the middle of a sentence – he would say the phrase, completely out of context: "The Russians are coming"- and the Attendee – who was an RCMP Officer, took his watch off and put it on the other arm. When asked why he did it, he made an excuse; “It feels more comfortable on the other arm”. And as Rooshi repeated the phrase: "The Russians are coming" – several times, each time the RCMP Officer would switch it to the other arm, and make another excuse! But had NO idea why he was doing it! So it seemed a reasonable supposition to me that ‘Deep relaxation’ was a powerful state, and perhaps memorizing the Ski Race Course in that ‘Deeply Relaxed State’ one can achieve with Biofeedback would improve your times in on the Ski Course. And boy was I right! Read how the Military used it.