BSCAH National

Specialist webinar - Trauma

When: 13/04/2021 6pm
Location:

Online

About the training:

Tuesday 13th April 6.00pm-7.30pm

Members who specialise in dealing with trauma will share some of their experiences.If you have any questions regarding the use of hypnosis to help resolve trauma that you would like to put to our contributors please email them to ann@annwilliamson.co.uk.

Contributors:

Jim Rymer - Hypnosis for young people with a forensic history

‘Forensic’, refers to those at risk of becoming involved with the Police or Courts, and those that have committed offences and are already serving a sentence in prison or a secure unit. My special interest is with young people, so I will be looking specifically at this population and how hypnosis can be used to help treat impulse control as well as other presenting problems, that may have led them to commit crimes. In this talk, I will look briefly at the different approaches that I have found work and some information about important legal issues. We will have a crash course on the role of attachment and why hypnotherapists should have a good grounding in this area.

Dr Greta Ross - Recognising and working with PTSD and trauma

Greta's presentation on Trauma will briefly include the following: • recognising the disabling sequelae of trauma (including PTSD) • why hypnosis can be helpful in dealing with the sequelae of trauma • hypnotic approaches that can be useful in working with ‘trauma’ patients

Dr Axel Wuerz - TBA

Dan Round - TBA

Jim Rymer

Jim Rymer is the director and founder of Verbatim Therapy & Consultancy LTD. A multidisciplinary team of trauma and educational practitioners in Norfolk. He is a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist and a member of the British Psychological Society. Jim holds an MSc in Child Forensic Studies (Psychology & Law) and a post grad in Applied Psychology as well as several other qualifications. His special interest is in aggression, disruptive and sexualised behavior in young people and adolescents. After training in Hypnotherapy, he then went on to specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Hypnosis. Jim is currently preparing to study for his Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.

• MSc Child Forensic Studies (Psychology & Law) Portsmouth University • BSc (Hons) Middlesex University Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) • BA Theater Studies Manchester University Rose Bruford College. • Post Graduate of Applied Psychology Aberdeen University • Post Graduate of Forensic Psychotherapy NHS Tavistock & Portman Clinic London • Post Graduate of Clinical Supervision Matrix College of Counselling & Psychotherapy. • Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapist, The Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis. • Master Practitioner in Hypnotherapy American Association of Hypnotherapists
 

Dr Greta Ross

Dr Greta Ross is a medical doctor, now retired, with over 45 years’ clinical experience. Greta became interested in the clinical use of hypnosis in the early 1980s, and gained accreditation with the BSMDH (now BSCAH) in May, 1985. In addition to treating adults, Greta specialised in the use of hypnotherapy with children and adolescents. She is a longstanding member of the Northern Branch of BSCAH, and took an active part over many years contributing to lectures and training courses with the Branch, as well as taking part in international seminars and conferences.

 

Enquire:
Hilary Walker: natoffice@bscah.co.uk