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Bulletin: March 2022

14th March 2022

Now that the various restrictions imposed during the virus crisis have essentially been lifted, and many Registrants will have resumed face to face practice, there will also be many who will wish to continue offering therapy via remote means (e.g. Zoom etc.).

 

This is entirely acceptable although we nonetheless recommend that you review the GHR Code of Ethics at https://www.general-hypnotherapy-register.com/code-of-ethics/ and scroll down to the Online & Remote Therapy section, Clauses 29 through to 37 in order that you be fully appraised of your responsibilities in this regard.

 

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Royal Society of Medicine – Hypnosis: Stress Management and Self-Care for All

 

We have been requested by the RSM to advise our Registrants of the above event, which should be of significant interest to many practitioners.

 

This event will help you learn stress and self-care techniques to support yourself, your clients and other healthcare professionals in the workplace.

 

Professor Katalin Varga, Head, Department Affective Psychology, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary, and Professor Steve Peters, Consultant Psychiatrist and Undergraduate Dean, Sheffield Medical School, UK, will cover empirical evidence to support the use of hypnosis in this area and will focus on self-care, oxytocin-based management systems and burnout.

 

These techniques, and hypnosis in general, do not require medication to be effective and have no side effects, thereby leaving clients and healthcare professionals with techniques they can utilise at home, in the workplace and while travelling.

 

This event will cover: 

 

-How to support oxytocin-based stress management systems with hypnosis and/or suggestion

-Evidence to support the use of hypnosis for the treatment and management of stress for busy healthcare professionals and clients

-Specific hypnotic and behavioural techniques using self-hypnosis to reduce burnout.

 

Date: Monday 4 April 2022
Time: 12:30pm to 5:35pm (GMT)
RSM member: £14 – £46
Non-member: £26 – £84
CPD learning accredited

Venue: RSM, 1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE

 

Book This Event at: Hypnosis: Stress management and self care for all (rsm.ac.uk)

 

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Integrative & Personalised Medicine Congress 2022

 

16-18 June 2022. QEII Centre, London UK

 

The GHSC & GHR, who are supporting this initiative, have been requested to advise Registrants of the following event:

 

The Integrative & Personalised Medicine congress is part of a growing movement to take a more holistic, patient centred approach to healthcare, that takes into consideration both the patient’s physical and psychological wellbeing and treats the whole person – not just the disease.

 

Very much grounded in evidence-based medicine, this congress will share the knowledge, expertise and resources of many professionals who are using their years of clinical experience to address long-term disease that is putting increasing strain on the conventional healthcare system.

 

Taking place over three days, in-person, in the heart of London, the congress will incorporate an international exhibition and three co-located conferences:

 

-Whole Person Health

-Integrative Mental Health

-The College of Medicine’s long-established Food on Prescription conference.

 

Be part of a growing movement of change that is focused on a sustainable, holistic approach to healthcare. Leave feeling inspired and empowered to aid better patient outcomes by combining conventional, integrative, functional, lifestyle and complementary approaches.

 

The exhibition is free to attend. Conference prices start from just £125, based on a 20% early bird GHR members discount rate using the discount code: GHR-20

 

Keynote Speakers currently announced – visit www.ipmcongress.com/speakers

Find out more and register at www.ipmcongress.com

 

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The Administration Team

Views expressed within the above material and any conclusions reached are those of the author

and not necessarily shared by the GHR or the GHSC

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