Hypnosis for Pain Management
20.0 Class A Credits for CRNAs
Course Expiration Date: 1/31/2022
Why 100’s of CRNAs and RNs are taking Hypnosis for Pain Management
- All information is evidenced based with amazing patient outcomes
- Techniques you can use before, during and after anesthesia.
- Enhances patient outcomes with rapid recovery, less pain and less N/V
This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology for 20.00 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1037416; Expiration Date 1/31/2022.
AANA is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP # 10862.
No outside financial support.
Through Demonstration and Case Studies, the participant will be introduced to the following:
- How simple words and hypnotic suggestions can change the pain.
- Mastering Pain is to understand the differences in the nature and management of chronic and acute pain.
- Pain can be sorted into three main types: Acute, Chronic, and Cancer pain.
- All who suffer from pain have a right to pain.
- Hypnosis can dramatically alter an individual’s perception of pain, and its value as a clinical technique has been well documented.
- The importance in controlling pain is to limit suffering and to preserve hope.
- Empowering the Pain Client by Releasing Their Inner Pharmacy EMS System (Endorphins, Melatonin, Serotonin).
- Toxic tongues equal toxic outcomes.
Hypnosis, as evidenced by its multi-centennial history, is one of the first and foremost enduring modalities in the management of organic pain problems.
In proper perspective, hypnosis may not only relieve pain, but may also help to maintain the dignity and the well being of the patient/client without dependence on large quantities of medication.
The learner will be able to:
1. Review the brain’s response to emotion and suggestion.
2. List 5 techniques for overcoming client/patient resistance to suggestions.
3. Discuss eight brain mechanisms that are most responsive to hypnosis for pain management.
4. List and discuss 3 types of pain.
5. List 4 experiences in multifactorial pain.
6. List and discuss 5 benefits of hypnosis in pain management.
7. List 10 questions that help rate a person’s hypnotizability.
8. Identify 2 hypnotic convincers.
9. Name 3 categories for describing pain sensations.
10. Describe the use of metaphors in hypnotic suggestions.
11. Develop introductory phrases for patient suggestions.
12. Discuss the use of glove anesthesia/analgesia.
13. List at least 5 coping skills using hypnosis in pain management.
14. List two CRNA verbal techniques for pre-op and post-op anesthesia care that decrease pain and anxiety.
15. Describe a hypnotic technique for headache relief.
16. Compare a person’s physical strength related to positive and negative thoughts.
17. List the physical, emotional and behavioral components of stress in chronic pain.
18. Discuss biological and physiological responses to thought.
19. Identify a person’s dominant sense and its importance in suggestive communication.
20. Demonstrate Harvard mindfulness techniques that have the same response as morphine on heart patients’ pain.
21. Discuss the effect of alpha tones and white light on pain and PTSD.
22. Describe right/left-brain stimulation to manage chronic pain.
23. Discuss demonstration of induction to glove anesthesia.
24. See demonstration of self-hypnosis.
100 Randomized Question Exam 80% or better required for CE credits.
Two attempts allowed.
I have never attended any seminar that has had such a positive dramatic impact on my anesthesia practice. The amount of reference material that is given to each participant surpasses that of any seminar I have attended.
The knowledge acquired in this program (or seminar) is invaluable to everyone’s anesthesia practice no matter what the specialty. Not only will the participant leave with knowledge and ability to increase patient safety and satisfaction, the participant will also gain lifelong tools to improve his or her personal life.