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BT10 Short Course 38 - Utilizing Hypnosis to Enhance Outcome in Brief Therapies and Prevent Relapse - Assen Alladin, PhD

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Hypnosis |  Short Courses |  Brief Therapy |  Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2010
Assen Alladin, PhD
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Original Program Date:
Dec 09, 2010
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There is growing evidence for an additive effect when hypnosis is combined with brief therapies in the management of various emotional disorders. This workshop will describe Cognitive Hypnotherapy, an innovative integrated approach to brief psychotherapy that systematically combines hypnotic techniques with CBT in the management of various emotional disorders to enhance treatment outcome and prevent relapse. This course will be invaluable to therapists who wish to broaden their skills in the management of emotional disorders.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe the theoretical and empirical rational for combining hypnosis with CBT in the management of emotional disorders.
  2. List several brief therapy techniques for countering anxiety and depression, and preventing relapse. 

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ASSEN ALLADIN, PHD, is a Clinical Psychologist and Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Calgary Medical School. He is a Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine, President of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and 2005 recipient of Best Research Paper from APA Division 30. Inter- nationally recognized as an expert in the integration of CBT with hypnosis in the management of emotional disorders. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed papers and four books: Integrative CBT for Anxiety Disorders (2016); Cognitive Hypnotherapy: An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Emotional Disorders (2008); Hypnotherapy explained (2008); and Handbook of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Depression (2007).