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The latest news from the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis.

A Lockdown Positive

28th September 2020

At least one good thing has come out of lockdown and that is that because all meetings are virtual you do not have to leave the comfort of your own home! So, no more worrying about how to get to an unknown destination on time or where to st. Read more...

The rationale for the use of the term hypnosis or hypnotherapy

5th August 2020

An Elliotson Prize essay by Dr John Duthie. It was a fine, crisp, Friday morning in spring, as I skipped gaily into the Dental Practice in a part of Liverpool, soon to be ‘termed’ a ‘European Area of Deprivation’. M. Read more...

Hypnosis and Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder

7th June 2020

BSCAH Annual Conference, West sussex Hodspital  - June 2019 an interesting paper by Dr Jason Price     Read more...

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7th March 2017 The Wonderful World of Placebo: A talk by Professor Irving Kirsch
At Bournemouth University on Wed, 21 Jun 2017, 18:30 Professor Irving Kirsch, Associate Director. Read more...

27th February 2017 The Mesmerist: Science vs Superstition in the Victorian era
Wendy Moore, who is an author and journalist, has written a book about J. Elliotson and invites us a. Read more...

1st September 2016 BSCAH Newsletter
Read our latest issue of the Newsletter that features articles by members on depression ....and read. Read more...

14th October 2015 Student Prize Essay Competition on Clinical Hypnosis
The British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis invites students of all years, registered at U. Read more...

14th September 2015 Explaining the Unexplained
Richard J Brown proposes a model of 'medically unexplained' symptoms. /storage/app/media/. Read more...