Society of Psychological Hypnosis
Division 30: Society of Psychological Hypnosis is devoted to exchanging scientific information, advancing appropriate teaching and research, and developing high standards for the practice of hypnosis. Areas of interest of the membership are diverse, including topics such as mind/body connections; dissociation; and hypnosis with women, children, and adolescents. Current initiatives of the division include advancing applications of hypnosis in behavioral medicine, professional and public education, and establishing clinical hypnosis as a certifiable proficiency. The division presents awards for distinguished career contributions, outstanding convention papers and the E. R. Hilgard Dissertation Award. Members receive Psychological Hypnosis, the division's bulletin, quarterly. The bulletin includes articles on current research and practice, announcements and the annual convention program.
Joseph P Green, PhD, Ohio State University, Bellevue, Ohio
Joan H. Hageman, PhD, Tampa, Fla.
Psychological Hypnosis (quarterly)
Editor: Joan H. Hageman, PhD
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