May 24, 2016

Adam Eason

A Little About Adam

Adam has been in full-time clinical practice as a hypnotherapist since 1996; a lot of his teaching is based upon that real-life experience. However, his work places a great deal of importance in evidence-based practice and solid scientific principles. With his PhD research, he is set to become one of the first people to write a systematic review of the efficacy of self-hypnosis to feature in a peer-reviewed academic journal. Likewise, he has been the first person to study the application of self-hypnosis to inhibit the Stroop effect, an area of great interest to the field of cognitive neuroscience. His ongoing research continues to examine the efficacy of self-hypnosis to advance cardio-respiratory endurance. Adam lectures for the Royal Society of Medicine and upon University Masters degree programmes on the subject of hypnosis. He was the keynote speaker at the inaugural UK Hypnosis convention and was the first hypnotherapist to be asked to be on the panel of experts for the TalkHealth online clinics in collaboration with NHS Choices here in the UK, alongside conventional doctors and renowned medical experts. He was a founder member of the PHN (Professional Hypnotherapy Network) and is Patron of the organisation today. Adam is author of several highly regarded books on hypnosis including "The Science of Self-Hypnosis: The Evidence-Based Way To Hypnotise Yourself" and "Hypnosis For Running." Adam's online training materials sell globally and he has appeared on primetime TV on both BBC1 and ITV in the UK displaying his work. He broadcasts one of the most highly respected and popular hypnosis podcasts in the world, interviewing experts, pioneers, academics and respected authors and engaging them in friendly, respectful debate.
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