THE INFORMED PRACTITIONER: TRANSLATING HYPNOSIS RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE – KATE BEAVEN MARKS
This workshop explores how to translate and gain practical, relatable knowledge, understanding and skills from hypnosis and psychological research and what it can offer within ‘Evidence-based practice’. It will discuss how to find, assess and engage with a range of hypnosis and other evidence, to support and enhance your work as a hypnotist and hypnotherapist.
This presentation will enable participants to explore and develop an understanding of how they can find and engage, on a practical basis, with hypnosis and other research, to enhance their therapeutic practice.
There is an emerging body of research evidence using and focused on hypnosis and hypnotherapy. However, it can be challenging to locate (without paid access) and complex to translate into practical applications for the therapy environment. An as experienced researcher and teacher of research skills, Kate will offer some simple approaches to best focus and optimise the resources this research offers.