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NPHTI invites you to our monthly 2022-2023 Webinar Series

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

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

  • Each of the 7 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 Details

  • Registration in advance is required ($55/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.)

2022-23 Webinar Series Schedule


September 20

Having Hypnotic Conversations from the Beginning (with Parents and children)
Laurence I. Sugarman, MD

Stress and Anxiety: How to Design Goals & Response (Yes) Sets
Pamela Kaiser, PhD, CPNP

November 15


January 17

"Comfort Kits for Children Update: A hypnotically informed resource that helps children cope with challenges like war, shootings, and disasters"
Lisa Lombard, PhD, and Karen Olness, MD

"The Hypnotic Potential of Co-Regulation for Parents and Caregivers" 
Mary Wilde, MD

"Poetry in Practice: Integrating the poetic into self-hypnosis teaching as a path toward burning bright in our work"
Bryan Kono, MD

"The Broad Application of Breath Training"
Robert Pendergrast, MD

"Chronic Pain: Helping Clinician, Child & Parent(s) with Hypnosis"
Candace Erikson, MD

February 21

March 21

May 16

June 20

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