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 17960 - Complete 2012 ASCH Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops Audio MP3 CD-ROM Set

Take the conference home with the
Complete Conference Audio Package on CD-ROM !

Complete 2012 ASCH 54th Annual Scientific Meeting & Workshops Package.
Live Presenter Audio of all sessions as MP3 files - PLUS all available PowerPoint Slides.

This interactive multimedia CD-ROM set features All sessions live audio from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 2012 Scientific Meeting and Workshops! Listen to the speaker audio MP3 Audio files to listen to on your computer iPod or MP3 player., exactly as is happened live. This package allows you to review presentation materials and is a lasting valuable resource. Plus this package also includes all available PowerPoint slides from the sessions.


Item Code Saturday, March 17, 2012
17961 P1 Plenary I - Tranceformation: Hypnosis in Brain and Body David Spiegel, MD
17962 SA2 How and Why Does “Past Life Therapy” Work ? Paul Schenk, PsyD
17963 SA3 Integrating Hypnosis into the Treatment of Chronic Daily Headache and Temporomandibular Disorder (TMJ): Unlocking the Secrets of Internal Self  Mark Weisberg, PhD, ABPP and Al Clavel, Jr., MD
17964 SA4 When Mind Meets Brain: Neuroscience Lessons for Enhancing Clinical Practice 
David Alter, PhD, LP, ABPP, ABPH
17965 SA5 Advanced Techniques in Medical & Psychological Hypnosis Max Shapiro, PhD
17966 SA6 Advances in Dental Hypnosis for Dentists and Psychology Professionals
Gabor Filo, DDS, ABHD
17967 SP2 Treating the Person with Dis-Ease Phil Appel, PhD and Steve Gurgevich, PhD
17968 SP3 An Integrated Approach to Treating Panic Disorder Harriet Hollander, PhD
17969 SP4 Hypnotic Verbalizations to Facilitate Change in Men and Women: Getting Unstuck to Move Towards Health  Julie Linden, PhD and Consuelo Casula, PhD
Item Code Sunday, March 18, 2012
17972 P2 Plenary II - From Nociception to Zen Meditation: The Experiential Neurophenomenology of Pain
Regulation Pierre Rainville, PhD
17973 DA1 Hypnosis for Skin Procedures and Disorders Philip Shenefelt, MD, ABMH
17974 DA2 Mindfulness-Based Hypnotherapy to Enhance Outcome Assen Alladin, PhD
17975 DA3 The Traumatized Body: Using the Symptoms to Develop the Solutions Carol B. Low, PsyD
17976 DA4 Minding the Gap: How Post Hypnotic Suggestion Maintains the World of Osteoarthritis - Taking
Steps to Dehypnotize the Body for Recovery and Restoration of Joint Function
Bernard Plansky, MD, FAAFP
17977 DA5 The Meta-Structure of Clinical Hypnosis: from Ancient Philosophy and Meditative States, to Quantum
Consciousness Meanings, Techniques, and the Explanatory Gap
Consuelo Casula, PhD and Paola Brignoli, MD
17978 DP1 Beyond the Basics: Creative Approaches in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
Sharon Spiegel, PhD, ABPP; and Assen Alladin, PhD
17979 DP2 Hypnotic Deepening: Navigating Rhythms of the Body-Mind George P. Glaser, MSW, DAHBCSW
17980 DP3 Master Class: Ideomotor Signals Bruce Eimer, PhD
17981 DP4 The Integration of Hypnosis into the Total Care and Treatment of Cancer Patients
Holly Forester-Miller, PhD, LPC and Charles Srodes, MD, ABMH
17982 DP5 Reversing Rogue Trances: The Dehypnosis of the Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered, and Befuddled
Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD
17983 DP6 Precision Cognitive Therapy: integrating neuroscience, hypnosis and deep structure cognitive/behavioral therapy James Straub, EdD and Vicki Straub, PhD, MBA
17984 DP7 Hypnosis and Self-hypnosis Training for Enhancing Peak Performance in Sports and Life
Joseph Tramontana, PhD and Mitch Smith, LCSW, MSW, DAHB
17985 DP8 Trance & Trauma: Hypnotic Interventions in the Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Michael S. McGee, LPC, MS
17986 DP9 Tailoring Hypnotic Interventions to Your Client’s Hypnotic Talents Ronald Pekala, PhD
Item Code Monday, March 19, 2012
17987 YM1 The Healthy House - A Novel Pediatric Obesity Prevention and Treatment Program
H. Vondell Clark, MD, MPH
17988 YM2 Recent Findings for Understanding and Enhancing the Effects of Hypnotic Analgesia and Increasing Hypnosis Funding and Clinical Outcome Research
David Patterson, PhD, ABPH and Mark Jensen, PhD
17989 YM3 Report From CAPS @ RIT: Transforming Health and Care Laurence Sugarman, MD, ABMH
17990 YM4 Integrating Perspective from The Cognitive Neurosciences To Enhance The Clinical Practice Of Hypnosis Christopher K. Coslett, DC
17991 YM5 Using Hypnosis or Biofeedback to Treat Chronic Low Back Pain Presented by Tenley Fukui, MA; pilot study by Tenley Fukui, MA; Gabriel Tan, PhD; Diana Rintala, PhD; Mark Jensen, PhD; Donna Smith MA; and Andrew Robinson, MA.
17992 YM6 The Advantages and Limitations of Standardized Clinical Hypnosis Treatment: When, why and
how to develop and use scripted treatment protocols Olafur Palsson, PsyD
17993 M2 Hypnosis for Weight Loss & Lasting Success: The Patient’s Experience of Avoiding the
“Adipose Complex”  Tom Barr, PhD
17995 M4 Future Focused Therapy Moshe Torem MD, ABPN
17996 M5 Master Class: Pain Management David Patterson, PhD, ABPH and Mark Jensen, PhD
17997 P3 Plenary III - An Integrated Approach to Irritable Bowel Syndrome Douglas Drossman, MD
Item Code Tuesday, March 20, 2012
17998 P4 Plenary IV - Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: Clinical Guideline and Updates Stevens Smith, PhD
17999 T2 Designing Hypnotherapy Studies on the Brain-Body Interface: IBS as Model Illness
Douglas Drossman, MD; Eva Szigethy, MD, PhD; and Olafur Palsson, PsyD
18000 T3 Master Class: Alert Hypnosis David Wark, PhD, ABPH
18001 T4 Metaphorical Approaches for Changing Habits Linda Thomson, MSN, APRN, ABMH
18002 T5 The Language of Comfort: Hypnotic Strategies in Palliative Care
Sylvain Neron, PhD and Daniel Handel, MD


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