Practical hypnosis and communication pearls for the busy midwife


Allan Cyna is a Senior Consultant Anaesthetist at the discount sale viagra Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide, South Australia. He has developed a special interest in communication and hypnosis as an adjunct to enhance anaesthesia care - particularly in the management of pain, needle phobia and anxiety.

Nicky Leap is an Adjunct Professor of Midwifery at the University of Technology, Sydney and a Visiting Professor at Kings College London.  She has been a midwife for over 30 years and has published widely on how to get viagra no prescription a wide range of midwifery practice development topics, including midwifery models of care and understanding the role of how much cialis labour pain.

Nicky and Allan will combine their skills and interests in facilitating a practical workshop to only today cost of viagra explore what we can learn from hypnotherapy and the principles of communication in order to optimise positive experiences for women; safe, supportive practice; and effective interprofessional relationships. This will include:

Learning the basic principles of self hypnosis

  • Building confidence in pregnant women and their supporters, in particular those who have had a previous bad experience
  • Supporting and encouraging women during pregnancy, labour and the early days of parenting – promoting opportunities for empowerment
  • Communication for elective and unplanned caesarean section
  • Communication for safe practice when things don’t go according to plan
  • Responding to situations where people are angry in the workplace

Continuing Professional Development Points

Awarded 6 CPD points by the Australian College of Midwives.





$240 - Includes lunch, refreshments, workshop folders and notes.
Student discounts


Dates and locations:

At present there are no scheduled workshops on this theme.  If your hospital or area health service would like to sponsor a program on this topic for the benefit of you and your colleagues, please direct them to this link, which contains information on how to set up in-service courses through Birth International.