Hypnosis: A Client's Perspective
Do you want to hear real people talk about their experience of clinical hypnosis?
Join us on Monday May 8th May at the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine's public outreach meeting where patients talk about their experience of hypnosis, to which everyone is welcome.
Hypnosis is a powerful clinical tool which empowers patients to overcome often scary invasive medical procedures, challenging treatments or simply alleviate their fear and anxiety. Unfortunately, hypnosis is still underutilised in clinical practice. In this meeting, patients who have used hypnosis in their medical or surgical treatment will share their experience.
The public outreach meeting will throw light over the clinical use of hypnosis both from patient and practitioner’s perspective. Patients’ accounts will be supported by their medical practitioner’s comments on the individual clinical case and presenting complaints.
Aims and objectives
- The aim is to introduce a variety of clinical narratives where Hypnosis has been included in the treatment regime or setting.
- To learn from patients about their experience of the hypnotic component and the degree to which it affected their experience of their treatment and outcome.
- To rationalise the effects reported and speculate how and why hypnosis might have influenced (enhanced) outcomes or (positive) experience.
The event is open to all healthcare professionals and the general public.
You can find the Link to the Meeting, Agenda and Regsitration process HERE
Dr Emma Rae Rhead hypnotherapy
Safe, Effective Hypnotherapy Chester, Hypnotherapy Liverpool, Hypnotherapy Harley Street London
Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine