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BSCAH Specialist Webinars

I can’t believe that we are coming up to our sixth webinar already! These webinars, free to members and available for a small fee to non-members, are proving popular. They

Tulpas by Jim Moorhouse

I wonder how many people have heard of tulpas/tulpae? A tulpa, in essence, is an imaginary friend come to life, a “head mate” created by the imagination, using various techniques,

Consent and Hypnosis

The process of gathering consent for procedures is well described in a variety of documents. My concerns have been very eloquently sumarised by Dr Allan Cyna here, and I suggest you


FREE AUDIO FOR RELAXATION FROM BSCAH THERAPISTS… Click here to go to the BSCAH free resource page Many of us at the moment are facing unprecedented and hitherto unknown stresses

Beyond the Words

by Katalin Varga I read this book because Dr Varga presented an excellent workshop at one of the ESH conferences, and I was inspired to hear further. This is a

Hypnosis and ADHD

I wonder whether any of you have tried using hypnosis to help a sufferer from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? I wonder whether any of you have tried using hypnosis to

Hypnosis in the Emergency Department

My apologies for the lack of blogs recently. There are loads of reasons, but the most significant reason, I think, is that winter has hit my hospital, and therefore me,