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NAME:                           Joseph R. Dane, Ph.D.

BIRTHDATE:                  March 11, 1946

ADDRESS:                     287 Kenwood Lane, Charlottesville, VA 22901

TELEPHONE:                  1+ (434) 466-3850

EMAIL:                          jrdphd@differentkindoflifecoaching.com

WEBSITE:                      http://compassionatehardball.com

MARITAL STATUS:          Married

CHILDREN:                    One, age 35

EMPLOYMENT:

7/2016 – present  Life and Relationship Coach, Charlottesville, Virginia,

1/01 to 6/2016     Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice, Charlottesville, Virginia

7/95-12/2000      Chief Psychologist, Psychological Services, Cancer Center at the University of                                    Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, Virginia.

9/89-6/95              Assistant Professor, Attending, Acute Pain Service Psychology Division, Department of Anesthesiology Pain                                                   Management Center, University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, Virginia.

8/85-9/89              Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology Pain Management Center, University of Virginia Medical Center,                                       Charlottesville, Virginia

8/84-8/85              Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Anesthesiology Pain Management Center, University of Virginia Medical Center,                                       Charlottesville, Virginia

1/84-7/84              Psychological Consultant, Deaf Unit, Western State Hospital, Staunton, Virginia

7/80-6/81              Psychology Resident, Department of Behavioral Medicine, University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville,                                                Virginia.

6/74-7/75              Community Work Coordinator, Northside Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Atlanta, Georgia.

9/69-5/73              Russian Linguist, United States Army Security Agency, assigned to Berlin, Germany.

10/68-6/69            Fulbright Teaching Assistant, Lycee Faidherbe, Lille, France.

EDUCATION

8/84-7/85              Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Anesthesiology Pain Management Center, University of Virginia Medical                                             Center, Charlottesville, Virginia.

9/75-8/84              PhD, Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia.

THESIS TOPIC:

                                French and American Conceptions of Assertiveness and Aggressiveness

DISSERTATION TOPIC:

                                A Comparison of Waking Instructions and Posthypnotic Suggestion for Lucid Dream Induction.

7/80-6/81             Psychology Resident, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, University of Virginia Medical Center,                                                Charlottesville, Virginia.

7/73-5/74              Indiana University Graduate School, Bloomington, Indiana.   Major:  Russian and French.

11/69-2/71            Defense Language Institute, Monterey, California.    47 week Basic Russian Course.

10/68-6/69            Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, Lycee Faidherbe, Lille, France.

9/64-6/68              B.A., University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.  Major:  English Literature; Minor:  Psychology.

AWARDS & HONORS

9/65-6/68              Order of Gownsmen (academic honor society), University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

6/68                        Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

10/68                     Fulbright Teaching Assistantship and Travel Grant to France.

2/71                        Pushkin Award for graduation at top of class, Defense Language Institute, Monterey, California.

3/78                        Preliminary doctoral examinations passed with distinction, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia.

4/86                        Honorable mention, “Hypnosis in the Management of Postherpetic Neuralgia:  Three Case Studies,” 29th Annual                                             Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Las Vegas, April, 1986

4/87                        Honorable Mention, “Self-Hypnosis in the control of headaches and seizures after resection of temporal arteriovenous                                  malformation: A case study.”  29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, April, 1987.

10/88                      Sherry K. and Harold B. Crasilneck Award for the best clinical or research paper presented by an SCEH member at the                                   38th Annual SCEH Scientific Program in Los Angeles, California.  Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis,                                            Annual Scientific Meeting, Los Angeles.

7/93                        Award of Merit, Virginia Hypnosis Society–“In recognition and appreciation, with especial regard for your drive and                                          perseverance in leading V.H.S. to component status with A.S.C.H.”

10/94                     Fellow, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Journals

Craddick, R., Cole, M., Dane, J., Brill R., and Wilson, J. (1980).  The process of selecting predoctoral internship training sitesProfessional Psychology, 11(4), 548-549.

Schwartz, D.P., Barth, J.T., Dane, J., Drenan, S., DeGood, D.E., & Rowlingson, J.C. (1987).  Cognitive deficits in chronic pain patient with and without history of head/neck head injury:  Development of a brief screening batteryClinical Journal of Pain, 1987.

Dane, J.R., Rowlingson, J.C. (1988).  Hypnosis in the management of postherpetic neuralgia:  three case studiesAmerican Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 31(2), 107-113.

Dane, J.R. (1990) Review of Rossi, E.L. & Cheek, D.L. (1988). Mind-body therapy: Methods of ideodynamic healing in hypnosis. NY: W.W. Norton & Co., xxii, pp. 519, in American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 32(4), 274-277.

Dane, J.R. (1995) Review of Fetzler, Creative Imagery: How to Visualize in All Five Senses. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 53,342-344.

Kiernan, B., Dane, J.R., Phillips, L., Price, D. (1995). Hypnotic Analgesia Reduces R-III Spinal Nociceptive Reflex: Further Evidence Concerning the Multifactorial Nature of HypnoanalgesiaPain. 60(1), 39-47.

Dane, J.R. (1996). Hypnosis for Pain and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation with Multiple Sclerosis: Case summary, Literature Review, and Analysis of Outcomes. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis44, 208-231.

Kessler, R. S. & Dane, J.R. (1996). Psychological and hypnotic preparation for surgery and anesthesia: An individual differences perspectiveInternational Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 44, 189-207.

Dane, J.R. & Kessler, R. S. (July, 1998) Future Developments in Professional Hypnosis Training–A Review and Critique of Available Training with Consideration for Development of a Nationally Coordinated ProgramAmerican Journal of Clinical Hypnosis.  41, 266-282.

Book Chapters

Dane, J.R. & Kessler, R.S. (1994).  A Matrix Model for Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Acute Pain.  In Hamill, R.J. & Rowlingson, J.R. (Eds) (pp. 53-82). The Handbook of Critical Care Pain Management. New York: McGraw Hill.

Kessler, R.S. & Dane, J.R. (1994).  Self-Regulation Techniques in the Management of Acute Pain. In Hamill, R.J. & Rowlingson, J.R. (Eds) The Handbook of Critical Care Pain Management. (pp. 239-249). New York: McGraw Hill.

DeGood, D.E. & Dane, J.R. (1995).  The Psychologist As Pain Consultant. In R. Gatchel & D. Turk (Eds.) (pp. 403-437). Psychological Treatment of Pain: A Practitioner’s Handbook.  New York: Guilford Press.

PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

Dane, J.R., & Van de Castle, R.L.  The empirical evaluation of three techniques for lucid dream induction.  Annual Scientific Meeting, Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, Maryland, April, 1984.

Dane, J.R., & Van de Castle, R.L.  A comparison of waking instruction and posthypnotic suggestion for lucid dream induction.  Annual Meeting, Association for the Study Dreams, Charlottesville, Virginia, June, 1985.

Dane, J.R., & Van de Castle, R.L.  The evidence for non-REM lucid dreaming:  theory, phenomenology and physiology. Annual Meeting, Association for the Study of Dreams, Charlottesville, Virginia, June, 1985.

Dane, J.R., DeGood, D.E., Korbon, G.A., Shutty, M.S. & Drenan, S.  Comparison of the Virginia Somatic Amplification Rating Scale (SARS) and global appropriateness of pain drawings.  Annual Meeting, American Pain Society, Dallas, Texas, October, 1985.

Dane, J.R., & Van de Castle, R.L. (1986).  Comparison of waking instructions and posthypnotic suggestion for induction of lucid dreaming.  28th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Seattle, Washington, March, 1986.

Dane, J.R.  The clinical utility of lucid dream induction via posthypnotic suggestion and personal symbols.  28th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Seattle, Washington, March 1986.

Dane, J.R. & Smith, M.  Research institute on hypnosis in medical settings, co-leader and discussant, 28th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Seattle, Washington, March, 1986.

Dane, J.R., & Van de Castle, R.L.  A comparison of waking instructions and posthypnotic suggestion for lucid dream induction.  38th Annual Scientific Program, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Los Angeles, California, October, 1987.

Dane, J.R.  Hypnosis in the Management of Postherpetic Neuralgia:  Three case studies.  29th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, April, 1987.

Dane, J.R.  Hetero- & Self-Hypnosis in the control of headaches and seizures after resection of a temporal arteriovenous malformation:  A case study.  29th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Las Vegas, Nevada, April, 1987.

Dane, J.R.  The clinical utility of lucid dream induction via waking instructions, hypnosis and personal symbols.  Annual Scientific Program, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Los Angeles, California, October, 1987.

Dane, J.R. & Van de Castle, R.L.  A comparison of waking instructions and posthypnotic suggestion for lucid dream induction.  Annual Scientific Program, Society for Clinical and Experimental hypnosis, Los Angeles, California, October, 1987.

Dane, J.R.  Hetero- and self-hypnosis for pain control and neuromuscular rehabilitation in a case of multiple sclerosis.  38th Annual Scientific Program, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Los Angeles, California, October, 1987.

Dane, J.R., Owens, D., Brunk, P., & Rowlingson, J.C.  Hypnosis and biofeedback in the treatment of reflex sympathetic dystrophies:  three case studies.  11th International Congress of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine, Leiden/the Hague the Netherlands, August, 1988.

Dane, J.R.  Video tape supplementary session:  Hypnosis in the control of headaches and seizures after resection of a temporal arteriovenous malformation:  A case study.  39th Annual Scientific Program, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Asheville, North Carolina, October, 1988.

Dane, J.R.  Hypnosis for anxiety reduction, pain control, and enhanced healing with a burn patient.  Annual Scientific Program, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, St. Louis, MO, November, 1989.

Remler, H., Wickram, I, Dane, J.R., & Shaver, K. Hypnotic Susceptibility, Suggestion and Compliance with Treatment in Patients with Chronic Pain.  Paper presented at the 99th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 17, 1991.

Durfey, J. & Dane, J.R. Conjunctive therapy for Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy. Paper presented at the 86th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Souther Medical Association, San Antonio, November 13, 1992.

Dane, J.R. A Continuum of Hypnotic Interventions with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Associated with Dystonia: A Case Example.  Annual Scientific Conference of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Philadelphia, March 1993.

Kiernan, B. & Dane, J.R., & Price, D.  Hypnoanalgesia reduces new physiologic index of pain, the R-III, but the role of hypnotic susceptibility remains unclear.  45th Annual Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, San Francisco, October, 1994.

Dane, J.R., Rowlingson, J. C., & Eksterowicz, N. Development and utilization of a psychology service in an anesthesia-based acute pain service. Poster abstract, Annual Meeting, American Pain Society, November, 1994.

Dane, J. & Kiernan, B. Hypnoanalgesic impact on the R-III spinal nociceptive reflex: Implications for the role of hypnotic susceptibility, cognitive control and dissociation. Annual Scientific Conference of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, San Diego, March 1995.

Dane, J. Synergistic Dialogues between researchers and clinicians: How they enrich one another. (Panel discussant). Annual Scientific Conference of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, San Diego, March 1995.

Kiernan, B., Dane, J., Phillips, L., & Price, D. Hypnotic analgesia reduces R-III nociceptive reflex: Further evidence concerning the multifactorial nature of hypnotic analgesia. Annual Scientific Conference of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, San Diego, March 1995.

Kiernan, B. & Dane, J.R., & Price, D. Physiological parameters of the relief of pain with hypnosis. Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, Charlottesville, May 1996.

TEACHING

1985-6/94                             Lecturer, Weekly Psychology Teaching Conferences, UVA Department of Anesthesiology Pain Management                                                     Center

9/93-5/94                              Doctor, Patient,  Illness Course, UVA School of Medicine

9/94-5/95                              Doctor, Patient,  Illness Course, UVA School of Medicine

INVITED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Dane, J.R.  Clinical Hypnosis with Medical Patients.  Department of Psychology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. April, 1991

Dane, J.R. Hypnosis in the Management of Pain. Grand Rounds Presentation, Department of Psychiatry, Salem Veterans Administration Hospital, Salem, Virginia, October 5, 1993.

Remler, H., Wickram, I, Dane, J.R., & Shaver, K. Hypnotic Susceptibility, and Suggestion. Two Factors Influencing Compliance with Treatment and Clinical Rapport. Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, March 21, 1991.

Dane, J.R. Hypnosis with Medical In-patients. Grand Rounds Presentation, Department of Psychiatric Medicine, UVA, April, 1993.

Ecksterowicz, N. & Dane, J.R. Sickle Cell Pain.  In service for nursing staff, 3 East, UVA Hospital, March 25, 1994.

Dane, J.R. Hypnosis and Imagery in Acute Pain Management.  In-service, for nursing staff, UVA Hospital, 4 West, September 27, 1994.

Dane, J.R. Pain is Not All Physical.  Presentation as part of Hospice of the Piedmont Workshop “Redefining Palliative Care”, Charlottesville, VA, November 30, 1994.

Dane, J.R. Hypnosis in the Treatment of Acute Pain. Psychology Lecture Series, UVA Department of Psychology, Gilmer Hall, December 9, 1994.

Dane, J.R. The Psychology of Pain and Self-Regulation Techniques.  UVA Chaplaincy, April 27 and May 11, 1994.

Dane, J.R. The Psychologist as Pain Consultant in the In-Patient Setting.  UVA Behavioral Medicine/Neurology Conference.  January 13, 1995.

Dane, J.R. A Matrix Model for the Assessment and Treatment of Pain.  Presentation at workshop, “Soaring on the Winds of Change”, sponsored by Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses, Charlottesville, March 25, 1995.

Dane, J.R. Emotional, Psychological, and Sexual Aspects of Pituitary Disease and its Treatment. Presentation at conference, “Pituitary Awareness Days,” sponsored by the Pituitary Clinic at UVA, the Pituitary Tumor Network Association, and the Endocrine Society.  Charlottesville, VA., May 26, 1995.

Dane, J.R. Clinical Applications of a Matrix Model for the Assessment and Treatment of Pain with Hospice Patients.  Hospice of the Piedmont,  Charlottesville, VA, May 30, 1995.

Dane, J.R. Psycho-oncology:  What Is It, And Does It Make Any Difference?  Tumor Board, St. Mary’s Hospital, Richmond, VA, March 12, 1996

Dane, J.R.  Relaxation and Imagery.  Breast Education Series, UVA Cancer Center, May 22, 1996.

Dane, J.R. A Matrix Model for Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Pain.  VA Salem, Va., October 6, 1998.

Dane, J.R.  Effective Coping Mechanisms after Ostomy Surgery, UVA Ostomy Support Group,  8/4/98.

INVITED WORKSHOPS

Dane, J.R. & Kessler, R. Hypnosis and pain.  40th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Tucson, Arizona, October, 1990

Dane, J.R. & Kessler, R. Hypnosis and pain.  41st Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, New Orleans, Louisiana, October, 1991

Dane, J.R. A Matrix Model Optimizing Assessment of the Chronic Pain Patient and Hypnotic Techniques for Acute and Chronic Pain. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Regional Workshop–Advanced Psychotherapy Course. Washington, DC June 19, 1992

Dane, J.R. Stages & Depth of Hypnosis, Laws & Principles of Induction & Suggestion, Structure of Induction, and Realerting. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Regional Workshop–Basic Course. Washington, DC June 19, 1992

Dane, J.R. & Kessler, R. Hypnosis and pain.  42nd Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Washington, D.C., October, 1992

Dane, J.R. & Patterson, D. Hypnosis and Chronic Pain.  44th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Chicago, October, 1993

Dane, J.R.  Hypnosis in the Management of Chronic Pain.  Annual workshops of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Philadelphia, PA, March 12-13, 1994

Dane, J.R. Stages & Depth of Hypnosis, Laws & Principles of Induction & Suggestion, Structure of Induction, and Realerting. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Regional Workshop–Basic Course. Philadelphia, PA, March 12, 1994

Dane, J.R. & Brown, D. Hypnosis and Chronic Pain.  45th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, San Francisco, October, 1994

Dane, J.R. Models of Hypnotic Intervention for Pain. Washington Society for Clinical Hypnosis, Washington D.C., October, 1995.

Dane, J.R. & Block, D. Hypnosis and Chronic Pain.  46th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, San Antonio, November, 1995

Dane, J.R. & Brown, D. Hypnosis and Pain Control.  Daniel Brown and Associates, Boston, May, 1996

Dane, J.R. Models of Hypnotic Intervention for Pain. West Virginia University Hypnosis Study Group and the Carruth Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, Morgantown, West Virginia, June, 1996.

Dane, J.R. & Nagy, T. Hypnosis and Chronic Pain.  47th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis,  November, 1996

WORKSHOPS INITIATED

Dane, J.R., Hall, J.T., Van de Castle, Ward, W.W.  Hypnosis and Dreams – The Mind-Body Connection.  30th Annual Workshop, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Chicago, Illinois, March, 1988

Dane, J.R., & faculty.  Administrative director and Primary Instructor for the Virginia Hypnosis Society’s 56 hr. introductory “A” Course, “Medical and Psychological Hypnosis for Physicians and Psychologists“, October-November, 1989.

Dane, J.R., & faculty.  Administrative director and Primary Instructor for the Virginia Hypnosis Society’s 56 hr. introductory “A” Course, “Medical and Psychological Hypnosis for Physicians and Psychologists“, March-April, 1990.

Dane, J.R., & faculty.  Administrative director and Primary Instructor for the Virginia Hypnosis Society’s 56 hr. introductory “A” Course, “Medical and Psychological Hypnosis for Physicians and Psychologists“, September-December, 1990

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Editorial reviewer,
1987 to 1995       American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

1989 to 1995       International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

Society Offices and Duties

       American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

1988-1991            Chair, Component Sections Committee
1987-1988            Member, Component Sections Committee
1988                       Co-Chair, ASCH Scientific Program Committee
1988-89                 Chair, Videotape Library
1991-1993            Component Sections Committee
1993-1995            Component Sections Committee
Legislative and Public Relations Committee
Bylaws Committee
1995-1996            Chair, Bylaws Committee Component Sections Committee American Psychological Association, Division 30,                                                   Psychological Hypnosis1990                       Chair, Nominations Committee

1990                       Chair, Nominations Committee Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

1989                       Chair, SCEH Video Film Program at SCEH Annual Convention
1990-1991             Co-Chair, Membership Committee
1993-1995             Education CommitteeVirginia Hypnosis Society

1987                       Co-Founder
1988-1991             President
1988-1994             Chair, Training and Supervision Committee Past President
(Sept 2016)