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Julie H. Linden

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Name
Julie H.
Last name
Linden
Degree
PhD
Language
English
Biography

Julie H. Linden is a licensed psychologist with over 30 years of private practice experience treating people of all ages. Her specialties include the treatment of all kinds of trauma, hypnotherapy, gender sensitive therapy, play therapy, ADHD and Dissociative Disorders.

She is very active in professional organizations and has served as president for the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and as President of the International Society of Hypnosis. In addition, she is passionate about educating and training her colleagues in the creative uses of the imagination and language to help people change. She has both a national and an international reputation in the field of hypnosis training.

 

University of Pennsylvania

Ph.D. 1977, Psychological Services with emphasis on school consultation.

M.S.Ed. 1973, Psychological Services.

B.S.Ed. 1970, Elementary Education.


Professional Certificates and Licensure

Licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania #PS-002870-L (1978-present)

Licensed Psychologist in Maine #PS-1209 (2007-present)

Certified and Approved Clinical Hypnosis Consultant,

American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) 1993-2014


Professional Experience

Private Practice, (1/1982- present)

Temple University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry,

Clinical Assistant Professor, (1981-1986).

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA

Child Psychiatry Center; Senior Psychologist and,

Consultant to Renal Dialysis Program, (10/79-9/82). Member, Medical and Other professional staff.

Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Community Mental Health Center, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior.

Program Director, Children's Partial Hospitalization Unit (11/76-1/78); School and Community Consultant (1974-78);
Psychological Consultant to St. Agnes Burn Center (1975-78);
Staff Psychologist (1973-74).


Professional Activities

USA Administrator                          International Society of Hypnosis (2004-present)

Immed. Past Pres.                         International Society of Hypnosis (2015-2018)

President President-Elect                International Society of Hypnosis (2012-2015)

Co-Chair                                       Education Committee, ASCH (1/2011-2013)

Chair                                            Certification, ASCH (1/2007-8/2011)


Sec/Treasurer                                International Society of Hypnosis (ISH) (8/2006-2009)

Past-Pres.                                      ASCH (1/2007-present)

President                                       ASCH (3/2006-1/2007)

President Elect                               ASCH (3/2005-3/2006)

Associate Editor                             Psychological Hypnosis, a Bulletin of APA, Division 30(3/2004- 12/2005)

Moderator
                                     ASCH Board of Governors (3/2002-3/2004)

Vice President                               ASCH (3/2001-3/2002)

Advisory Board                              Global Children’s Organization (1999-2001)


Member
                                        ASCH Nominations & Elections Committee (1997-99)

Chair                                            ASCH Membership Committee (1997-98)

Member-at-large                            ASCH Executive Committee (1996-97)

Chair
                                            Component Section's Committee, ASCH (1994-96)

Co-Chair
                                       Legislative Committee, ASCH (1994-95)

Chair                                            American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) Annual Workshops, New Orleans, LA (1993)

Chair                                            Women's Information Committee, ASCH (1988-93)

Member-at-large                            American Psychological Association, Division 30, (1988-92)

President                                      Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, (1987-90)

Secretary
                                       Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, (1983-87)

Board Member                               Child Abuse Prevention Effort, (1976-78)

Member                                        Social Issues Committee, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, (1974)

Awards

1993: Recipient of a Special Award from ASCH that recognized contributions to the society "for promoting the greater involvement of women in teaching and leadership and for facilitating sensitivity to women's issues".

2003: Recipient of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis Josephine R. Hilgard Award for Scientific Excellence in Writing on Pediatric/Adolescent Uses of Hypnosis for her paper “Playful Metaphors”, January 2003.

2007: Recipient of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis Josephine R. Hilgard Award for Scientific Excellence in Writing on Pediatric/Adolescent Uses of Hypnosis for the article “Hypnotically Enhanced Dreaming to Achieve Symptom Reduction, with Anuj Bhardwaj, MD and Ran D. Anbar, MD.

Community Activities

Psychological consultant, Rangeley Health & Wellness Center, Mental Health Committee (2018)

Volunteer, Global Children’s Organization Camp, Croatia (June/July 1999, 2000)

Psychological Consultant and Chair, Education Committee
Community of Bosnia Foundation Board of Directors (1996-1999)

President
      Oak Lane Day School (OLDS)

      Board of Directors, Blue Bell, PA (1992-95)

Secretary
     OLDS Board of Directors, Blue Bell, PA (1991-92)

Chair
    Parent Resource AD Hoc Committee, OLDS Board of Directors, (1989-92)

Location
Rangeley, Maine, USA
location_lat
44.9656083
location_lng
-70.6429018
Member of ISH

Publications
Publications

Linden, J The “Tree Exploration” Induction: The Use of Archetypes to Evoke Affect. Chapter in Jensen, M. (Ed.) (2017) The Art and Practice of Hypnotic Induction. Pp. 43-60. Seattle, WA: Denny Creek Press.

Linden, J & Anbar, R. Hypnosis Training and Education: Distinctive Features of Training Hypnosis Educators, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, (2017) 59:3, 260-275.

Linden, J. Brain-Gut Bi-Directional Axis and Hypnotic Communication. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 2015, 58:1,1-4. (Guest Editor for this journal issue)

Linden, J. When and How to Refer a Patient to a Mental Healthcare Provider. Chapter in Anbar, R. (Ed) (2014) Functional Symptoms in Pediatric Disease. NY, NY: Springer.

Linden, J. Hypnosis with Adolescents and Developmental Aspects of Hypnosis with Adults; Hypnosis in Childhood Trauma, two chapters in: Wester, W. & Sugarman, L. (Eds)2nd Edition (2014) Therapeutic Hypnosis with Children and Adolescents. Williston, VT: Crown House Publishing.

Linden, J. Hypnosis and Parents: Pattern Interruptus. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 54, (1) 2011. P. 70-81.

Linden, J. La Créativité Attentive: Transe-former Les Enfants par la Psychothérapie. Hypnose & Thérapes Brèves, #21, 2011, pp.18-37.

Linden, J. Understanding dissociation and insight in the treatment of shortness of breath with hypnosis: A case study. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 52, (4), 2010, pp. 263-274. Anbar, R and Linden, J.

Linden, J. Creativita consapevole:trance-formare I bambini con la psicoterapia in Fasciana, M.L. (2009) L’ipnosis con I bambini e gli adolescent. Milan, Italy: FrancoAngeli. (Translation: Creative integration of hypnosis into clinical psychotherapy with children in Hypnosis with children and adolescents.

Linden, J. Identità di genere: essere donna oggi in Casula, C. (2009) Le Scarpe della Principessa. Milan,Italy: FrancoAngeli/Le Comete. (Translation: How We Define our Feminine Selves: The Kaleidoscopic View of Gender Identity in The Princess’s Shoes)

Linden, J. Hypnosis with Adolescents and Developmental Aspects of Hypnosis with Adults; Hypnosis in Childhood Trauma, two chapters in: Wester, W. & Sugarman, L. (Eds) (2007) Therapeutic Hypnosis with Children and Adolescents. Williston, VT: Crown House Publishing.

Linden, J. And This Little Piggy Stayed Home: Playful Metaphors in Treating Childhood Separation Anxiety chapter in Burns, G. (2007) Healing with Stories: Your Casebook Guide to Effectively Using therapeutic Metaphors. NY: John Wiley and Sons.

Linden, J., Bhardwaj, A., Anbar, R. Hypnotically Enhanced Dreaming to Achieve Symptom Reduction: A case study of 11 children and adolescents. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis,48,(4) 2006, pp.279-289.

Linden, J. Hypnosis in Pain Management OR Modifying the Patient Pain Relationship. Psychological Hypnosis, Vol 14, #2, Summer 2005, pp. 14-17.

Linden, J. Making Hypnotic Interventions More Powerful with a Developmental Perspective. Psychological Hypnosis, Vol 13, #3, Fall 2004. pp. 7-9.

Linden, J. Hypnosis: An integrative Approach. Psychological Hypnosis, Vol. 13, #2, Summer, 2004. pp. 4-5.

Linden, J. Hypnotic Identity- or What Keeps us in the Division? Psychological Hypnosis, Vol 13, #1, Winter-Spring 2004. pp. 20-21.

Linden, J.
 Sandtray Hypnosis. Hypnos. Vol XXX, 4-2003, pp196-203.

Linden, J. Book Review (2004) of Body Image: A Handbook of Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice. Cash, T. & Pruzinsky, T. (Eds). New York: NY: Guildford Press. (2002). In American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 46:4, 353-355.

Linden, J. Book Review (2004) of Metaphoria: Metaphor and guided Metaphor for Psychotherapy and Healing. Battino, R. (2002) Carmarthen, Wales: Crown House Publishing. In American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 46:2, 147-150.

Linden, J. Playful Metaphors. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 45, (3), 2003, pp. 245- 250.

Linden, J. The Application of Hypnosis to Children and Adolescents Traumatized by War in Munich 2000, the 15th International Congress of Hypnosis, Peter, B., Bongartz, W., Revenstorf, D., Butollo, W. (Eds) Hypnosis International Monographs Number 6, MEG: Germany, 2002, pp. 21-29.

Linden, J. Patient Selection: Assessment & Preparation, Indications & Contraindications in International Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis, Eds. Burrows, G., Stanley, R. & Bloom, P. Wiley: England, 2001.

Linden, J. Discussion of Symposium: Enhancing Healing: The Contributions of Hypnosis to Women’s Health Care. (1999) American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 42, (2), 140- 145.

Linden, J. On the Art of Hypnotherapy with Women: Journeys to the Birthplace of Belief and other Recipes for Life. Hypnos, Ed. Wikstrom, P.O., xxiv, 3,1997, pp.138-147.

Linden, J.
 Trauma prevention: Hypnoidal Techniques with the Chronically Ill Child, in Munich Lectures on Hypnosis and Psychotherapy, Eds. Peter, B et al. Hypnosis international Monographs Number 2, MEG: Germany, 1996, pp. 15-26 and in Hypnos, Ed. Wikstrom, P.O.,xxiii,2,1996, pp.65-75.

Linden, J. When Mind-Body Integrity is Traumatized by Problems withPhysical Health: The Woman's Response, in Contemporary International Hypnosis, Eds. Burrows, G & Stanley, R., Wiley: England, 1995.

Linden, J. Book Review (1994) of What about Me? When Brothers and Sisters Get Sick. Peterkin, A. (1992) New York: Magination Press. In American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 36:3, 217-218.

Linden, J.
 Hypnosis as a Therapeutic Tool in the Clinical Setting, Cystic Fibrosis-Management Update, Proceedings of the 3rd (1984) Annual Regional Cystic Fibrosis Educational Retreat, Ed. Daniel V. Schidlow, M.D.

Linden, J.
 Coping with Crisis, ACORN Update, July, 1980, Vol. 11, No. 7.

Linden, J., Margolis C., and Shrier, L.
 Training Manual for Childline Abuse and Registry, Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, 1975.

Linden, J.
 Understanding Mental Health School Consultation: A Conceptual Approach to the Conflicts Produced by the Process of, and the Theoretical Underpinnings Necessary to Consultation Practice, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1977.

Contact
Website
http://www.drjulielinden.com/
Presentations/ teachings
Qualifications

Presentations

Univ. of Minn. & Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis. 47th annual workshops; Advanced Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis. Hypnosis is for Everyone: Tailoring Gender and Culture. 2-day workshop (6/7-9/2018).

IKOS-ADSUM. Bari, Italy. Festival internazionale delle Neuroscienze del Mediterraneo. VOCI de DONNE... dal Mondo. 2-day workshop (9/2-3/2017).

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Facilitating Psychotherapy with Hypnosis. 4-day workshops and case consultation. (5/8-9/17 & 5/11-12/17).

MEISA. Mabula, South Africa. Changing Faces of Psychotherapy & 6th World Congress on Ego State Therapy, Feb. 19-21, 2016. Keynote: Healing the Wounds of

Women.RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Facilitating Psychotherapy with Hypnosis. 4-day workshops and case consultation. (2/11-12/16 & 2/15-16/16) 9

ISH 20TH Congress. Paris, France. August 27-29, 2015. Keynote: The Culture of Gender- A Hypno-anthropologic Perspective on Hypnotic Communication.

SII. IX International Congress. Embodied Languages. Orvieto, Italy. The Mind Embodied, Embodiment, and Hypnotic Expression. 2 hr. workshop. 5/29/15.

GPSCH. Philadelphia, PA. 6-hour Workshop. Integrating Hypnotic Skills with Tweens, Teens and Young Adults: Going Beyond Coping to Develop Resiliency. (4/18/2015)

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Facilitating Psychotherapy with Hypnosis. 4-day workshops and case consultation. (2/5,6,9.10/2015)

13th European Congress of Hypnosis. Hypnosis and Resilience. Sorrento, Italy. Workshops: Hypnosis and Creativity; Integrating Hypnosis in the Treatment of Trauma. Panel: Resilient Women: The Art of Becoming. Keynotes: Developing Hypnotic Mindsets in Health; Integrating Hypnosis into Psychotherapy to Develop Resilience. (10/ 20-27/ 2014)

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Facilitating Psychotherapy with Hypnosis. 2-day workshop. (2/6-7/2014)

BSMDH (Scotland). Hypnosis and Functional Symptoms; Hypnosis and Creativity. (9/28-29/13)

ICHM-First International Congress on Hypnosis and Medicine. Budapest, Hungary. Workshop: Women in Medicine- Bringing Eve into the Hypnotic Relationship: The 5E'sof Hypnosis;Workshop:FunctionalSymptomsandHypnosisPanel: Overcoming the Obstacles to Promote Hypnosis in Medicine. (8/ 29/13- 9/1/13)

8th Forum of the CFHTB: Terra Hypnosis. Strasbourg, France. Keynote: Intuition, Science and Hypnosis- Walking the Tightrope. Workshop: Hypnosis with Children. (5/16/2013)

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Facilitating Psychotherapy with hypnosis. 2-day workshop. (5/13-14/2013)

Emergences. Rennes, France. 2-day workshop: Hypnosis &Trauma with Children and Adolescents. (5/10-11/2013)

ISH 19TH Congress. Bremen, Germany. October 17-21, 2012. Keynote: Hypnosis: The Next Generation. What will our legacy be?;

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Hypnose/hypnoterapi med barn, ungdom og familier. 3 day workshop. (8/31; 9/3-4/2012)

Polski Instytut Ericksonowski. UtliliSEAsation XXI Seminar. Wigry, Poland. Mindful Creativity: Trans-forming Kids through Psychotherapy. Treating Traumatized Children and Adolescents. (June 9-16, 2012)

Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis Fall Workshop, Vancouver, BC. October 29-30, 2011. Hypnosis and Trauma: Integrating Hypnosis into the Treatment of Traumatized Children and Adults.

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Hypnose/hypnoterapi med barn, ungdom og familier. 3 day workshop. (9/5-7/2011)

12th European Congress of Hypnosis. Istanbul, Turkey. August 19, 2011. Keynote:

Beyond Compassion and Empathy: Hypnosis as the Gateway to Healing.

The World Association of Eclectic Hypnotherapists, Inc. (WAEH). Hypnosis and Psychotherapy in the third Millennium. Morelia, Mexico. July 5-9, 2011. Plenary: Frontiers of Hypnosis. Workshop: Hypnosis in the Treatment of Trauma in Children.

6th German-Nepalese International Doctors and Psychologist Conference; Kathmandu, Nepal. Plenary: Hypnosis: Gateway to Healing. May 1-12, 2011.

Società Italiana Di Ipnosi, Orvieto, Italy. Relazioni Interpersonali e relazioni Ipnotiche. (Parents and Hypnosis) 4/9-10/2011

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Hypnose/hypnoterapi med barn, ungdom og familier. 3-day workshop, (9/6-9/2010)

ASCH 52nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Nashville, TN. (3/2010) Breath or Death: A case study of an 8-year-old with Cystic fibrosis and anxiety. Case consultation session.

ISH 18th Congress, Rome, Italy. Confessions from Two Seasoned Practitioners: A Dialogue: What we didn’t know we didn’t know and wished we knew then. With Leora Kuttner, PhD. 9/24/09. It’s Elementary my dear Watson: A Metaphysical look at Hypnosis. Presidential address 9/25/09. Frontiers of Hypnosis. Invited address 9/26/09.

RBUP. Oslo, Norway. Hypnose/hypnoterapi med barn, ungdom og familier. 3 day workshop, 8/31-9/2/09.

ASCH 51st Annual Scientific Meeting. Boston, MA. The Five E’s Model of Empowering Women at Home and in the Workplace. With Consuelo Casula. 3/9/09

Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Phila., PA (12/7/08) Learning from Mistakes- An essential ingredient of continuing education. With Dr. Peter Bloom. 2 hrs.

ESH, Vienna, Austria (9/20/08) Women’s voices: The Art of Treating Women in Therapy. Symposium

IKOS, Bari, Italy (9/12-15/08) Voci di donne...dal Mondo. 24 hrs. workshop. Elwyn SEEDS, Philadelphia, PA (5/7/08) Educating Traumatized Children. 3hr.

workshop.
Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Phila., PA (5/16/07) Ms-Merism: Women Leaders in Hypnosis.

ASCH-SCEH Scientific Meeting: Dallas, TX. (1/21/07) Diverse Journey’s Symposium.

Global Encounters: Learning and Teaching Diversity in our Hypnotic Relationships.

XVII ISH Congress, Acapulco, Mexico (8/22/06) Panel: Children, Trauma and Hypnosis. University of Helsinki, Department of Psychology, Helsinki, Finland (1/17/05) An Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis.

Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Phila., PA (12/19/04) Why Gender Matters: Language, Hypnosis and the Politics of Change

ESH: Hypnosis and The Other Therapeutic Modalities in The New Millennium, Rome, Italy (10/02) Sandtray Hypnosis

Advanced International Seminar: The Use of the Therapist’s Self in Ericksonian Therapy, Island of Capri, Italy (5/01) Playful Metaphors.

Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Phila., PA (1/01) Discussant for

Imaginative Medicine, Hypnosis in Pediatric Practice.

15th International Congress of Hypnosis, Munich, Germany (10/00) Hypnosis with Children and Adolescents Traumatized by War.

Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Phila., PA (5/00) Past President’s Symposium.

Third World Conference for ISTSS, Melbourne, Australia, (3/00) Symposium: Rebuilding the Lives of Children and Adolescents Traumatized by War and Persecution: A Psychosocial approach: Group Intervention for War Traumatized Adolescents.

8th European Congress on Hypnosis, Amsterdam, Netherlands (8/99) Symposium: Women in Hypnotic Relationships: Adolescent Transformations.

14th International Congress of Hypnosis, San Diego, CA. (6/97) Adolescents, War and Hypnosis.

Eurohypnosis ’96, 7th European Congress of Hypnosis, Budapest, Hungary. (8/96) (Paper session: Gynecology and Obstetrics). Challenges and Disruptions to Women’s Relationships to Their Bodies: Hypnosis to Integrate Mind and Body Experience.

ASCH Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL (3/96) Symposium: Clinical practice is from Jupiter, Research is from Saturn: Does research have any relevance to the clinical practice of hypnosis? Inter galactic Exploration- Bringing Gendered Hypnosis Researchers and Clinicians into the Same Orbit.

(Paper session: Women) Alternatives and Hypnotic Models: Is There a Female Paradigm?

MEG: 2nd European Congress of Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy (10/95)

Trauma Prevention: Hypnoidal Techniques With the Chronically Ill Child

New Orleans Hypnosis Society, New Orleans, LA (5/95)

On Belief, Hypnosis and Women's Ways of Knowing

ASCH Scientific Meeting, San Diego, CA 1995

Soul Searching Journeys to the Birthplace of Belief and Other Recipes for Life

ISH XIIIth International Congress on Hypnosis, Melbourne, Australia (8/94)

When Mind-Body Integrity Is Traumatized By Problems with Physical Health: The Woman's

ASCH Scientific Meeting, Philadelphia, PA 1994

Showing and Telling: Hypnoidal Techniques for the Prevention of Trauma in Chronically Ill Children

ASCH Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA 1993

Epistemological Aspects of the Therapeutic Process: Men's and Women's Ways of Knowing

ASCH Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL 1990, Symposium VII: Women in Hypnosis

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