On 25th of May from 9am until 5pm there is a conference on:
Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine
1 To examine current trends in Class A drug abuse in the UK
2 To focus on improving multidisciplinary work and treatment of patients
- Epidemiology and trends
- Neuroimaging and addiction
- Psychiatric co-morbidity
- Addiction and drug culture in the young
- Harm reduction
- Individual treatment levels
To view a full programme, please go to the RSM website
RSM Member prices
£60 - £145
Who should attend?
Psychiatrists, GPs, prison doctors, forensic medicine examiners, specialist nurses and all others working with Class A drug users
Can you help me to understand? I need to have hypnotherapy to help me. I have severe migraines, and I have been checked by many doctors. They all tell me that I am fine and that there is no reason for me to get these attacks. I am fine when I wake up and when I am relaxed, but when I work hard, I get really bad. I want to find a hypnotherapist who can help me with this problem. Jerome
It sounds like you need to come for a session to have a consultation. Hypnotherapy is a very valuable resource for helping people deal with psychosomatic pain. We can use various techniques in the hypnotherapy to help you with this; I will also combine this approach with psychodynamic psychotherapy. This will provide you with the support needed to deal with the underlying issues surrounding this psychosomatic manifestation.
You can book an appointment by phone. The number is 0207 467 8564.
With best wishes
Dr David Kraft; private hypnotherapist and psychotherapist
Dr David Kraft is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a member of the General Hypnotherapy Regsiter. He has also been a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine since 2002. He is also a full member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH). David has a diploma in clinical psychology and an advanced diploma in clinical and strategic hypnosis; he also has a diploma in clinical psychology. He has published in the field of hypnotherapy and psychotherdapy integration: of note, he has published in Contemporary Hypnosis, the jounral of BSCAH, and in the Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimnetal Hypnosis. Dr David Kraft works in Harley Street, were he has a successful private practice.