NPHTI invites you to our monthly 2021-2022 Webinar Series: NPHTI Continuing Education in Pediatric Clinical Hypnosis

Tune in the third Tuesday of every month at 11:00am - 12:15pm CST

  • For clinicians who have completed a pediatric or adult Fundamentals / Introductory hypnosis training (20+ hours workshop)

  • Each of the 11 webinars focuses on clinical issues: how to incorporate pediatric hypnosis via telehealth

  • Practical and relevant strategies from NPHTI’s faculty

  • Ample time for Q & A

  • 1.25 hours of continuing education (per webinar) for most health professionals

  • You can view the webinars via live broadcast on the scheduled date and time OR you can view on-demand and watch the webinar at your convenience. In either event, you MUST register prior to the start of the webinar to get access to the live or on-demand recording.  


  • Registration in advance is required ($45/webinar) for either live broadcasts or on-demand viewing at your convenience 

  • If you meet the criteria listed – i.e. as a clinician who has completed a pediatric or adult Fundamentals / Introductory hypnosis training (20+ hours workshop)  and are on the NPHTI listserv, you will automatically receive an email invitation to register for the webinars

  • Important Note: NPHTI Webinars (1.25 hours each) provide information about the use of pediatric hypnosis. By contrast, NPHTI Pediatric Hypnosis Skills Training Workshops (22+ hrs.) provide didactic sessions and extensive experiential learning /supervised practice of such skills). NPHTI does not endorse clinicians’ use of pediatric hypnosis without taking a pediatric-specific hypnosis skills training Workshop (20+ hrs.)



August 17 - Hypnosis in the Context of Pediatric Integrative Medicine
Robert Pendergrast, MD, MPH, FAAP

September 21Anxiety & Metaphors: What? Why? How?
Pamela Kaiser, PhD, CPNP

October 19Helping Children Resolve Primary Nocturnal Enuresis
Adam Keating, MD

December 21Sleep Challenges in Adolescents – How Hypnosis Can Help
Lenora Kuttner, PhD


January 18 - Hypnosis for Pain – How to Use Technology to Help
Jody Thomas, PhD

February 15Planning Hypnotic Interventions for Chronic Pain
Candace Erikson, MD

March 15Social Emotional Health, Technology and Hypnotic Principles
Lisa Lombard, PhD

April 19Psychoneuroimmunology and POTTS Syndrome
Howard Hall, PhD, PsyD

May 17Self-Hypnosis for Self-Care
Andy Barnes, MD, MPH, FAAP

June 21 - Not Everything that Counts Can be Counted: Therapeutic Scaling with Clinical Hypnosis
Laurence Sugarman, MD, FAAP