Northeastern Mountain Society of Clinical Hypnosis

History
The Northeastern Mountain Society of Clinical Hypnosis (NMSCH) was founded in 2010. It is a nonprofit organization that provides and encourages educational programs to advance the knowledge, understanding and applications of hypnosis. NMSCH promotes the further recognition and acceptance of hypnosis as an important tool in clinical health care and as a focus for scientific research. NMSCH is a component section of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH). Membership is open to professionals who have received ASCH approved training in clinical hypnosis. Our membership includes professionals licensed in medicine, nursing, dentistry, psychology, and allied healthcare fields. Students and graduates working toward licensure may be eligible for membership if they are using clinical hypnosis under the supervision of an ASCH approved consultant.

Creating Opportunities For Professional Development

Since its inception NMSCH has organized and sponsored training events for clinicians wishing to further their skill and insight in the therapeutic use of hypnosis. Members receive discounts on enrollment fees. The following is a sampling of training events organized and sponsored by NMSCH:

2016 The Strain in Pain stays Mainly in the Brain
Linda Thomson, APRN, ABMH, ABHN, FASCH

2015 Inviting The Muse: Trance Enhancement of Creativity
 Carol Ginandes, PhD ABPP

2014 Hypnotic Treatments for Anxiety Disorders, Trauma, Stress Related Disorders and Dissociation
Su Baker, M Ed & John O'Neil, MD

2013 Utilizing Hypnotic Language and Creating Metaphor
Molly Delaney, Psy D

2013 Clinical Hypnosis for Change Facilitation
Harvey Zarren, MD

2011 Hypnotic Protocols for Ego- Strengthening, Treating Insomnia and Improving Performance
Max Shapiro, MD



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