13-15th May 2022
Dartington Hall near Totnes, Devon, is a country estate that is the headquarters of the Dartington Hall Trust, a charity specialising in the arts, social justice and sustainability. The estate dates from medieval times and provides a stunning and unique venue for our 2022 conference.
By Car: Sat Nav / Maps: Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6EL
By Train: Totnes Railway Station, 1.7 miles to the venue 7 mins drive.
We welcome you to a conference where your voice is important.
Our Keynote speakers have selected topics that concern them and are in some dimension at variance with accepted opinion. This is a unique chance to hear and work with these five international speakers in the beauty of the Devon countryside. The conference is designed to be inspirational, challenging and practical; you will take home new knowledge, new insights and many new practical tools which will profoundly benefit your daily practice and your own personal growth.
To book this Conference please scroll to the bottom of the page and book online.
Some of the topics we will be addressing:
Dissociation and suggestibility. Learn how misunderstanding, misattribution and mistakes have limited our clinical efficacy in engaging with these phenomena.
Learn how Grigor Dimitrov beat Roger Federer in the US Open.
Hypnosis as a valuable reactive clinical adjunct and /or hypnosis as a proactive medium for all?
Look into my eyes - you are going to have to try harder!
What do you think?
We look forward to your company in sunny* Dartington!
* Implicit suggestion and meteorological influence
|08.30 - 09.00||Registration|
|09.00-10.30||Dr Lars-Eric Unestahl|
|10.50- 12.30||Dr Lars-Eric Unestahl|
|13.30-15.15||Prof. Christina Liossi; The David Houghton Memorial Lecture|
|15.45-16.30||Prof. Paul Dieppe|
|16.30-17.30||Annual General Meeting (ZOOM available)|
|08.30 - 09.00||Registration|
|09.00-10.30||Dr Devin Turhune|
|10.50- 12.30||Dr Ben Parris|
|13.30-15.30||Plenary with all speakers|
If you have any questions about the price structure please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Full Conference||2 days, 2 nights, full board, Tea & Coffee, Conference dinner||£525 £400*|
|Day Rate Local||Saturday or Sunday refreshments-NOT including meals, Conference dinner or accommodation||£100 £75*|
|Day Rate Full Delegate||Saturday or Sunday full board, tea & coffee, including one-night accommodation NOT Conference dinner||£250 £200*|
|Early Bird Day Rate Full Delegate||Saturday or Sunday full board, tea & coffee, including one-night accommodation NOT Conference dinner||£200 £180*|
|Conference Dinner||Add on||£40|
|Partner Rate||Room full board per night NOT Conference dinner||£50|
|*BSCAH members / RSM Members / BSMDH (Scotland)/ ESH Constituent Society / Student|
Dr Lars-Eric Unestahl.
Professor Christina Liossi
...... is a paediatric psychologist and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton. She is also an Honorary Consultant Paediatric Psychologist, at the Paediatri Chronic Pain Clinic, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, London. Research interests: Pain, Psycho-Oncology, Neuropsychology
Professor Paul Dieppe
..... is professor of health and well-being at Exeter Medical School. Having spent a distinguished career researching rheumatism and specifically knee pain, he shifted his focus onto the placebo effect and, most recently, humans'natural ability to heal themselves, which he calls "the healing response".
Dr Devin Terhune
Dr Ben Parris
..... is an Associate Professor at Department of Psychology, Faculty of science and Technology Bournemouth University - his current research interests include investigating attentional control in hypnosis and suggestion and in non-neurotypical populations such as people with ADHD