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May 1, 2024

Pediatric Hypnosis
Mid-Year Meeting 

Beyond NPHTI's Essentials

Looking to expand your Pediatric Hypnosis communications skills? We invite all pediatric-hypnosis trained practitioners who want to go beyond the basics.
May 01, 2024, 11:00 AM – 3:15 PM CDT

Event Details

Don't miss this opportunity to build on your training!

Our Pediatric Hypnosis Mid-Year Meeting will consist of 4 hours of short presentations, group Q&A, small group breakouts and panel discussions done virtually from your home or office!

Time zones: May 1, 2024 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT; 10:00 am - 2:00 pm MDT; 11:00 am - 3:00 pm CDT; or 12:00 -4:00 PM EDT

Topics will include:

  • 101 Things (or Less!) I wish I'd Known when I Started Using Pediatric Hypnosis

  • Walking the Tight Rope with Parenting: Finding Right Balance with Parents

  • Tackling the Challenges in Delivery of Clinical Hypnosis in Your Pediatric settings

  • Marketing your Practice in Private Practice & Hospital Settings

Who can register?

This event is only available to those who have previously completed a pediatric hypnosis training (at any level).

Registration Fee: $250.00 for 4 hours of training with CEUs.

You must register/pay to attend the workshop. Attendees will receive the recording after the fact (small group breakouts will not be recorded).

Minnesota Board of Psychology

The NPHTI Monthly Webinar Series is approved for 4.0 continuing education hours by the Minnesota Board of Psychology. Board Assigned Log Number is 202107.019

Minnesota Board of Social Work

This continuing medical education activity has been reviewed by the Minnesota Board of Social Work and is acceptable for a maximum of 4.0 credits for NPHTI Monthly Webinar Series.  CEP #1124 

2024 Mid-year Meeting Faculty

Andrew Barnes, MD, MPH, FAAP
Dr. Barnes is Associate Professor in Pediatrics and Adolescent Health, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Dr. Barnes has served in leadership roles in NPHTI and the Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis. His clinical work with children and families focuses on helping children gain mastery of their own mind-body interactions.
Cheryl S. Bemel, PhD, LP, NCSP, CTTS
Dr. Bemel is a Licensed Child/Adolescent Psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and a member of the Minnesota Behavioral Health Medical Reserve Corps. She is the President of the Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis. In her private practice, she sees children, teens, and adults targeting habit control, heathier relationships with food, trauma treatment, healing from chronic pain, and successfully living with chronic health conditions.
Camilla Gabriella Ceppi Cozzio, MD, FMH
Dr. Ceppi Cozzio maintains a private practice in Zollikon, Switzerland. She is a Member of Swiss Society of Pediatrics; Certified Physician, Member of Swiss Medical Society of Hypnosis (SMSH), Swiss Academy of Psychosomatic and Psychosocial Medicine (SAPPM). ASCH: International Member. She uses medical hypnosis in her practice for the treatment of headaches, sleeping disorders, nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting), Functional Abdominal Pain (FAP), tics and acute pain management.
Lynn Gershan, MD
Dr. Gershan is a graduate of McGill University School of Medicine and completed her pediatric residency at the University of Michigan and McGill University. She is board certified in Medical Acupuncture and certified in clinical hypnosis, medical herbalism, pediatric massage therapy, and aromatherapy. Her research and clinical interests included ways of incorporating Traditional Chinese Medicine, self-hypnosis, and other Integrative modalities into pediatric academic health centers.
Adam Keating, MD, FAAP
Dr. Keating is Section Head of Community Pediatrics at Cleveland Clinic Children’s in Wooster, Ohio and Quality Improvement Officer at Cleveland Clinic Community Pediatrics. In addition to his community based pediatric practice, he regularly teaches medical students, serves as primary care physician to the youth in The Village Network Wooster residential facility, and works to integrate mental health and primary care at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s.
Bryan Kono, MD
Bryan Kono, M.D. is an integrative pediatrician, founder of Highlands Integrative Pediatrics in Denver and Clinical Instructor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He has been utilizing hypnosis and biofeedback in practice since 2009. He is currently interested in reframing the problem of burnout in healthcare using the poetic lens and is offering the in-person or virtual workshop, From Burnout to Burning Bright-- a poetic journey.
Lisa Lombard, PhD
Dr. Lombard is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Chicago. She is a psychological advisor to start-up tech company Alerje and Founder of the Comfort Kits for Children Initiative. She has over 30 years of direct service, teaching, and supervisory experience. She integrates mind-body skills in her therapeutic work with children, families, and adults as they cope with anxiety, stress-mediated health concerns, and pain.
Mindy Szelap, LCSW
Mindy Szelap, LCSW is a therapist in private practice in Oakland, California where she specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, chronic pain and illness in children, adolescents, and their families. In her current practice, she incorporates the tenets of process oriented hypnosis in every encounter with parents and children, planting seeds of hope and possibility.
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