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Pain Management Through Hypnosis

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Lecturer: Peter Mabbutt

There is extensive evidence showing hypnotherapy is effective in the treatment of many psychological and medical conditions, with pain management being one of the most explored. From the dawn of recorded history until the present day, hypnosis has been used to manage a bewildering array of painful experiences and conditions. Supported by robust empirical evidence, there is currently a rapid resurgence of its use either as an adjunct to conventional medicine, or as an alternative where conventional medicine has little effect. This CPD event will explore the extensive role hypnotherapy has in the management of a wide range of pain-related conditions.

The course includes:

  • Brief history of hypnotherapeutic pain management
  • Ethics and pain management
  • Know the evidence: the neurology of hypnotic pain management
  • Theories of pain
  • Assessment of pain
  • Cognitive strategies
  • Hypnotic strategies
  • Third Wave strategies
  • Management of intractable pain
  • Pain management during surgery
  • Working with neuropathic pain
  • Strategies for working with a variety of pain-related conditions

This course represents 5.5 hours CPD (Continuing Professional Development).


Pain Management Through Hypnosis (2534)

London 18 March 2017

This venue is fully booked

Pain Management Through Hypnosis (2535)

Glasgow 1 April 2017

Pain Management Through Hypnosis (2537)

Bristol 8 April 2017

Pain Management Through Hypnosis (2536)

Leeds 6 May 2017

About Peter Mabbutt: Peter originally trained in Psychopharmacology and spent many years undertaking research in the fields of anxiety, tranquiliser dependence, learning and memory, and phobias before training with the LCCH in Clinical Hypnotherapy. He now has extensive experience in hypnotherapy and lectures internationally on the subject. Peter is the Programme Leader for the MSc in Clinical Hypnotherapy heading the team that updates the course in line with new developments in the field. He has been instrumental in setting up the Hypnotherapy Pain Management Clinic and research programme at University of Malaya Hospital, Kuala Lumpur. Peter is also a consultant for the Hypnotherapy Unit at the Pantai Hospital in Kuala Lumpur. He regularly lectures to the international medical community on the use of hypnosis. Peter is Vice President of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and is co-author of the popular Hypnotherapy for Dummies, and Self-Hypnosis for Dummies. Peter is a regular guest on radio shows in the UK and Southeast Asia where he discusses hypnotherapy and related subjects.

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