Events

Upcoming Events

Congress of the Australian Society of Hypnosis 2021

Starts Thu, 16th Sep '21

Ends Sun, 19th Sep '21

Location Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, Queensland Australia

PAIN IS INEVITABLE. SUFFERING IS OPTIONAL: THE MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMA & PAIN WITH CLINICAL HYPNOSIS

Congress of the Australian Society of Hypnosis

Providing practical clinical hypnosis skills to ASH members and hypnosis practitioners nationally and internationally via live streaming and online member access.

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Recent Events

2021 Postgraduate Training in Clinical Hypnosis

Starts Sat, 13th Feb '21

Ends Sun, 14th Nov '21

Postgraduate Training in Clinical Hypnosis

Conducted by The Australian Society of Hypnosis Ltd

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2020 Postgraduate Training in Clinical Hypnosis

Starts Sat, 21st Mar '20

Ends Sat, 12th Dec '20

Location Tower Hotel, 686 Burwoood Road, Hawthorn East

Postgraduate Training in Clinical Hypnosis

Conducted by The Australian Society of Hypnosis Ltd – Victorian Programme for 2020

For further details contact Dr Barry Evans cpmserv@tpg.com.au.

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Doris Brett Workshop - Eriksonian and Indirect Techniques

Starts Sat, 20th Jul '19 at 10:00 am

Ends Sat, 20th Jul '19 at 3:00 pm

Location The Tower Hotel - 686 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn East VIC 3123

Presenter : Doris Brett PhD, MAPS, Dip Clin Hyp

Doris Brett is a writer and Clinical Psychologist with forty-five years of experience. She has lectured widely both nationally and internationally and has a special interest in Ericksonian approaches to hypnotherapy.

Doris’ books Annie Stories and More Annie Stories, published nearly three decades ago, were among the first to teach therapists and parents how to utilise the therapeutic power of stories and narrative. The books have been published in America, Europe, Russia and Korea, as well as Australia.

Dr. Oliver Sacks wrote about Doris’ memoir Eating the Underworld (which deals with the experience of life-threatening illness) “Extraordinary. . . its bravery, irony, humour and intelligence - everything shines through the transparent.

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