The first-ever American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Denver Regional Workshop is just around the corner (Click here for more information). Did you know that you can receive a substantial discount when attending this workshop as a member of the Colorado Society of Clinical Hypnosis? And that there is just enough time to become a member if you apply today?
To apply, please click here for our application and submit it ASAP. It’s quick and easy and may just save you a few hundred bucks! You will also be able to join us at regularly occurring meetings and take part in future training and clinical consultation sessions.
We are delighted to announce that the Colorado Society of Clinical Hypnosis is sponsoring a PESI COMPLETION COURSE led by instructors Ian Wickramasekera II. PsyD, Amy K. Milkavich, PsyD, Samuel Kohlenberg, LPC.
The course is to take place from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm on Friday, March 30
The cost of this course is to be $150 for regular attendees and $75 for student attendees. Student attendees must be enrolled in a full-time license-eligible clinical terminal degree program.
The course will be held at the offices of Samuel Kohlenberg, LPC at 852 Broadway STE 200 Denver, CO 80203.
This workshop is designed to allow PESI students to complete their 20 hours of training in Basic Hypnosis and make them eligible to take the Intermediate or Advanced Workshop at the upcoming Denver Regional.
This course is only open to those students who have already undergone training with PESI.
In order to register, please call Samuel Kohlenberg at 720-775-7077. Space is limited.
(For those who may observe Passover, there should be about an hour between the end of the workshop and sunset. Thanks. )
Our Summer Schedule for 2017 will include two official meetings before we return to our normal monthly meeting on every second Saturday in the fall.
Our next meeting is on Saturday, July 8. Meeting content TBD.
Our Saturday, August 19 meeting may be of special interest to many, as Dr. Ian Wickramasekera II will present a talk summarizing his 15 years of research on empathic involvement in hypnosis entitled “The Mysteries of Hypnosis, Empathy, and the Self.”
Dr. Ian Wickramasekera teaches transpersonal counseling and psychology at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Ian is a Past-President of the American Psychological Associations’ Society of Psychological Hypnosis (Division 30) and a Fellow of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. He is also the President-Elect of the Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association and serves on the Executive Council for the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32). He has a lifelong fascination with topics such as Affective Neuroscience, Bon-Buddhism, Empathy, Hypnosis, Integrative Medicine, Transpersonal Psychology, and Lucid Dreaming. His research in these areas has won him a number of awards such as the Milton H. Erickson Award for Scientific Excellence from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and the American Psychological Association’s Early Career Contributions Award to Hypnosis award. Ian enjoys hiking, meditating, and running when he isn’t at work or reading an obscure tome of ancient lore.
The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis has announced plans for a Regional Workshop to take place in Denver Downtown, Denver, CO April 26-29, 2018.
More information, including registration information, will be posted when it is available.
“People who have traumatic experiences tend to disconnect,” said Spiegel. On a neurological level, that experience may have strengthened and weakened connections between certain regions of the brain — changes that made them able to be hypnotized later in life.
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On March 11th, 2016, The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis notified the Colorado Society of Clinical Hypnosis that ASCH’s executive committee had approved CSCH’s application for component society status.
As we get things up and running, feel free to contact us if you have any intrest in membership or training. Thanks very much.