In this 20 minute interview for the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH), plenary speaker Dr. Michael Yapko addresses such topics as the prevention of depression, the role of hypnosis in clinical practice, the importance of acquiring early exposure to hypnosis in clinical training programs, and his hopes for the future. The interview was conducted by Maryanna Polukhin, M.D., at the 2016 annual ASCH conference in St. Louis.
In this 42 minute interview Michael and Peter focus on the early experiences with and influences of Martin Orne, M.D., Ronald Shor, Ph.D., Ernest Hilgard, Ph.D., and Milton Erickson, M.D. on Peter’s thinking and phenomenological research in hypnosis.
(Glasgow, Scotland Aug 2015)
Michael Yapko’s Interview with David Burns, M.D.
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In this Skype interview for the Inner Voice Show, Dr. Zeine asks Michael about depression, hypnosis, discrimination strategies, and more.
Depression Lecture in Iceland
On October 1, 2013, I was warmly welcomed to a standing room only crowd at The University of Iceland where I spoke on the topic of depression.
The video length is almost an hour and a half (1:24) but you can start and stop the video to be able to watch it in time increments that suit your schedule. The lecture begins in English just before minute 6 in the video. It is my hope that by providing free lectures like this one, I am able to bring relevant information and perspective to people around the world on a major mental health issue affecting millions of people worldwide.
Special thanks to The University of Iceland, Department of Education and the Icelandic Hypnosis Society for sponsoring this free lecture and filming it so that I could share it with you.
Interview with Aaron T. Beck, M.D. by Michael D. Yapko, Ph.D.
This interview with Aaron T. Beck, M.D., took place on December 15, 1990. The interview was conducted by Michael Yapko, Ph.D. (www.yapko.com) and was published in the Summer 1991 Issue of the Erickson Foundation Newsletter (www.erickson-foundation.org).
In Part 1 of the interview Dr. Beck provides a detailed, personal account on his background including how he was originally trained in psychoanalysis in the 1950s, and how he transitioned from psychoanalysis to developing Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Beck explains how he went about developing and refining cognitive behavioral therapy / CBT / Cognitive Therapy, by creating Cognitive Therapy models for different disorders.
In Part 2 of the interview Dr. Beck and Dr. Yapko discuss the clinical applications of hypnosis, and then compare Ericksonian Hypnosis to Cognitive Therapy in the treatment of depression and comorbid disorders. For more information please visit: www.beckinstitute.org, www.yapko.com, www.erickson-foundation.org
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