31 agosto 2009

IPNOSI E NEUROSCIENZE – Roma 2009 – PROGRAMMA SCIENTIFICO – giovedì 24 settembre

XVIII International Congress of the International Society of Hypnosis

XVIII Congresso Internazionale della Società Internazionale di Ipnosi

Roma, 22-26 settembre  2009

Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, Piazzale Aldo Moro n. 5, AULA MAGNA

7.00 Registration

8.00-8.15 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM OPENING

Opening Remarks

8.15-9.30 KEYNOTES

K1. INVITED KEYNOTE

PETER B. BLOOM (USA)

Clinical Hypnosis: Creativity or Neuroscience?

KA1. KEYNOTE ADDRESS

MICHAEL YAPKO (USA)

Depression is Contagious: Re-thinking the Use of Hypnosis in Treating the Social Dimension of Depression

9.45-10.45 DIALOGUE

D1. JULIE H. LINDEN AND LEORA KUTTNER

Confessions from Two Seasoned Practitioners: A Dialogue

What we didn’t know we didn’t know and wished we knew then

9.45-10.45 MAIN PRESENTATIONS

MP1. CLINICAL HYPNOSIS

ASSEN ALLADIN (Canada)

Clinical Hypnosis In The 21st Century

ALASTAIR DOBBIN (Scotland)

The argument for clinical hypnotherapy

MP2. PAIN

CONSUELO C. CASULA (Italy)

Pain, Emotions, and Hypnosis

GUNNAR ROSEN (Norway)

The Neuroscience of pain and hypnosis used as an interactive model for treatment strategy

MP3. TRAUMA AND POSTRAUMATIC CONDITIONS

ETZEL CARDEÑA (Sweden)

The ISSTS Guidelines for the use of hypnosis for posttraumatic conditions

STEFANIE BADENHORST (South Africa)

Advanced techniques with childhood Trauma

MP4. COUPLES AND FAMILY THERAPY IN HYPNOSIS

PATRICE CHARBONNEL (France)

Couples in therapy: looking for the lost contract

WILMA SPONTI TRASARTI (Italy)

Conjoint and disjoint sessions, as belonging and individuation in ED patients

MP5. HYPNOSIS AND ORIENTAL THERAPIES

NAOKI WATANABE (Japan)

Introducing Morita Therapy to the field of Hypnotherapy

ANTONELLA BIANCHI DI CASTELBIANCO (Italy)

Ericksonian Hypnosis and Taoist Qigong: can the past be the future of mind-body communication?

9.45-10.45 RELAZIONI IN ITALIANO/PRESENTATIONS IN ITALIAN

RI1. CONTRIBUTI ORIGINALI IN IPNOTERAPIA

EMANUELE DEL CASTELLO

Un contributo originale dell’ipnosi alla psicoterapia: il rinforzo dell’io

ALESSANDRA GANDOLFI e ROLANDO WEILBAKER

Il "non-risveglio" in ipnosi

9.45-10.45 PRESENTATIONS EN FRANÇAIS/PRESENTATIONS IN FRENCH

PF2. PENSÉE MAGIQUE ET DISSOCIATION DANS L’HYPNOSE

KARINE HAMELIN, STEVE LEE, FRANCK BERNARD

L’utilisation de la déionisation temporaire et de la pensée magique en obstétrique.

DANIEL QUIN

La dissociation à la lumière des Neurosciences

11.00-13.00 INVITED ADDRESSES

IA1. NEUROFISIOLOGY AND BRAIN MECHANISMS IN HYPNOSIS

ETZEL CARDEÑA (SWEDEN)

The neurophenomenology of “deep, neutral” hypnotic phenomena

ULRIKE HALSBAND (Germany)

Brain mechanism in hypnosis and meditation

AUDREY VANHAUDENHUYSE, MÉLANIE BOLY, STEVEN LAUREYS AND MARIE-ELISABETH FAYMONVILLE (Belgium)

Neurophysiological correlates of hypnotic analgesia

IA2. EXPLAINING HYPNOSIS OVER TIMES

BRENT B. GEARY (USA)

Lessons and Surprises in 25 Years of Pain Management

GIUSEPPE DUCCI, RENZO BALUGANI (Italy)

Language, metaphor, neuroscience: scientific explanation and pragmatic rules for the effective communication in hypnosis

TERESA ROBLES (Mexico) and FRANCISCO DI BIASE (Brazil)

50 Years after Ornstein’s discoveries, our Brain is not the same

IA3. CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

DANIEL P. KOHEN (USA)

Chronic Daily Headache: Helping Adolescents Help Themselves with Self-Hypnosis

SHAUL LIVNAY (Israel)

Do I dare do "It" with more than one? The issues & challenges of the use of hypnosis with couples & families

LINDA THOMSON (USA)

Pediatric Inductions for the Child in All of Us

IA4. DIRECT AND INDIRECT APPROACHES

GIORGIO NARDONE (Italy)

Introdurre il cambiamento nella prima seduta con tecniche ipnotiche indirette

MARIANNE MARTIN (Austria)

Smoking Cessation by Imagination and Utilisation

RIA WILLEMSEN, PATRICK HAENTJENS, DIANE ROSEEUW & JOHAN VANDERLINDEN (Belgium)

Hypnosis For Alopecia Areata

11.00-13.00 SYMPOSIA

S1.PAIN AND ANALGESIA

VILFREDO DE PASCALIS, IMMACOLATA CACACE (Italy)

Analgesia and hyperalgesia in waking and hypnosis: Effects on pain and somatosensory event-related potentials (SERPs)

ZAHI ARNON (Israel)

Accepting and Embracing the Symptoms [Pain]

GIUSEPPE REGALDO (Italy)

Childbirth in deep, somnambulic trance with hallucinations

JERZY ALEKSANDROWICZ, MAREK BINDER, MICHA MIELIMKA, ANDRZEJ URBANIK (Poland)

State of hypnosis in fRMI

S2. CREATIVE APPROACHES TO ENHANCE MIND-BODY COMMUNICATION

ANTONELLA BIANCHI DI CASTELBIANCO (Italy)

Conscious and Unconscious Body: working with the body image in ericksonian hypnosis

ALBINA M. TAMALONIS (USA)

If You Could Be Calm about Being Angry, What Would It Be Like? Anger Management by Positive Imaging and Music

INARA ROJA, ZENIJA ROJA (Latvia)

Cognitive Hypnodrama Treatment in adult patients with depressive mood and psychogenic logoneurosis

ALBINA M. TAMALONIS (USA)

Exercising in the zone. A Mind/Body Solution for the Physically Dissociated Patient by Using Active Hypnosis and Music or Stirring up the Couch Potato

11.00-13.00 RELAZIONI IN ITALIANO/PRESENTATIONS IN ITALIAN

11.00-12.00

RI2. IPNOSI E DIAGNOSTICA MEDICA

GIUSEPPE IEPPARELLI, EMANUELE DEL CASTELLO, ANNAMARIA CUOMO, GIUSEPPINA MARI, CARMELA PIANTEDOSI

L’uso dell’ipnosi nella broncoscopia diagnostica: primi risultati di una ricerca.

CATALDO NICODEMO SCILANGA

L’ipnosi nella diagnostica e terapia dell’ipertensione arteriosa

12.00-13.00

RI3. DAL SINGOLO AL GRUPPO NELLA IPNOSI ERICKSONIANA

MATTEO PAGANELLI

L’utilizzo dell’ipnosi nell’ambito della Psicologia dello Sport. Uomini e donne: dal singolo al gruppo.

LANFRANCO VERDECCHIA, MARIA RICCIO et Al.

Erickson e il gruppo: passato, presente e futuro.

11.00-13.00 PRESENTATIONS EN FRANÇAIS/PRESENTATIONS IN FRENCH

PF2. L’HYPNOSE EN ANESTHESIOLOGIE

PHILIPPE HOUSSEL, NICOLAS GUILLOU

Induction rapide en anesthésie.

PIERRE HUGOT, FRANCK BERNARD

Réalisation de bloc sous échographie et hypnose.

LAURE MARTIN, JÉRÔME LANCHOU

EVA du confort

HERVÉ MUSELLEC, NICOLAS GUILLOU, CLAUDE VIROT

Étude comparative Hypno sédation versus Anesthésie Générale pour pose de dispositif de stérilisation intra-tubaire en ambulatoire.

13.00-14.00 LUNCH BREAK

14.00-16.00 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM WORKSHOPS

spw1. JULIE H. LINDEN (USA)

Children, Trauma and Hypnosis

spw2. DABNEY M. EWIN, MD (USA)

Burn Workshop

spw3. ÉVA I. BÁNYAI AND KATALIN VARGA (Hungary)

Hypnotic And Suggestive Communication In Critical Life Situations

spw4. DIANE YAPKO (USA)

Hypnosis in the Treatment of Children with Asperger’s Syndrome”

spw5. ALASTAIR DOBBIN (Scotland)

Working with emotional distress

spw6. CONSUELO CASULA (Italy) e JACINTO INBAR (Israel)

Hypnosis and Happiness: Hypnotherapy’s Contribution to Enhance Happiness

spw7. JÖRG ALBERS (Denmark)

Treatment of Addiction. Hypnotherapy, Psychosensory Therapy and Cue Exposure - How to Improve the Mind-Body Connection by Extinguishing Craving and Solving Underlying Traumas

spw8. MARY ANN SANTORO (Italy/USA)

Counseling and Ericksonian Hypnosis: When, Where, How?

16.15-18.15 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM WORKSHOPS

spw9. MICHAEL YAPKO (USA)

The Power of Expectancy: Hypnotic Age Progression in Addressing the Hopelessness of Depression

spw10. RICHARD P. KLUFT AND CATHERINE G. FINE (USA)

Hypnotic Interventions for Dissociative Identity Disorder

spw11. GIORGIO NARDONE (Italy)

Knowing through changing: rend ering the first session effectively therapeutic

spw12. LILIAN BORGES ZEIG (Brazil/USA)

Experiential Assessment and Treatment

spw13. RIA WILLEMSEN (Belgium)

Hypnosis in dermatology

spw14.

A. ALI ESREF MUEZZINOGLU, HUSNU RIZA MUEZZINOGLU, GOKSU TRAKYALI, E. CETIN KALELI (Turkey)

Hypnosis in Dentistry as Applied at the Hypnosis Research and Application Unit of the Istanbul Aydin University

B. ALI ESREF MUEZZINOGLU, ALI OZDEN OZTURK, E. CETIN KALELI, HUSNU RIZA MUEZZINOGLU (Turkey)

Use of Hypnosis for Addiction-forming Habits and Other Conditions

spw15. GIUSEPPE DE BENEDITTIS (Italy)

The dark side of hypnosis. Untoward effects and complications in the clinical, experimental and entertainment setting.

spw16. DANIELA KYRYS (Germany)

Rapid Hypnosis Techniques in Dentistry

18.15-19.15 DIALOGUE

D2. GIUSEPPE DE BENEDITTIS (Italy) AND PETER BLOOM (USA)

The wonder within: hypnosis and placebo, two faces of the same coin?

18.15-19.15 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM DEMONSTRATIONS

SPD1. GIORGIO NARDONE (Italy)

Strategic Dialogue

SPD2. CATHERINE BOUCHARA (France)

Un film et un débat : Chloé et la potion magique - L’hypnose sous protocole ?

SPD3. NIKOLA TOMIC (Australia)

Somatoform vs. Psychosomatic Disorders and their treatment by using hypnosis

18.15-19.15 MAIN PRESENTATIONS

MP6. HYPNOSIS IN DENTISTRY

MIKE GOW (Scotland)

Modern dental procedures using hypnosis - pain control

MIKE GOW (Scotland)

Modern dental procedures using hypnosis - controlling gag reflex

18.15-19.15 RELAZIONI IN ITALIANO/PRESENTATIONS IN ITALIAN

RI4. PERSONAGGI E PERCORSI ERICKSONIANI

MARIO MARAZZI E LUISA MARTINI

Il popolo delle piroghe. Il viaggio di Erickson come metafora che connette tutta la relazione

MATTEO PAGANELLI

Da Milton H. Erickson a Giovanni Paolo II: gli aspetti ericksoniani di grandi personaggi della storia dell'Umanità.

RI5. IMMAGINI ED ESTETICA IN IPNOSI

WALTER SANTILLI

Estetica della trance ipnotica e regressione

VINCENZO LANGELLOTTI e CLAUDIO MAMMINI.

Immagini: fonti di cambiamento e metafore di guarigione in ipnosi

RI6. PROCESSI DI CONSAPEVOLEZZA E DI INFLUENZAMENTO IN IPNOSI

MASSIMO MAIETTA, MARIA FRANCESCA RUSSO

I processi dell'influenzamento interumano e le implicazioni terapeutiche nella prospettiva etologico-sociale. Precisazioni sul ruolo dei neuroni specchio.

Andrea Bramucci

Processi di consapevolezza in Gestalt-Therapy e nell'Ipnosi Ericksoniana

18.00-19.30

ESH - EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF HYPNOSIS

COUNCIL OF REPRESENTATIVES MEETING

SOCIAL PROGRAM

TRADITIONAL ROMAN DINNER 21.00 with TRASTEVERINE MUSIC GUITARS

Restaurant “Meo Patacca” - Piazza dei Mercanti

 

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