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D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D.

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  • English

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(801) 581-5741 School of Medicine
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
30 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Specialties

Bio

Dr. Hammond is a Psychologist with advanced specialties in neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback), quantitative EEG brain mapping, clinical hypnosis, and marital and sex therapy. He has been President of the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research and of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. With neurofeedback and hypnosis he works with ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, insomnia, head injuries, restless legs, OCD, chronic pain, headaches/migraines, IBS, addictions, autism, Aspergers, stroke, PTSD, uncontrolled epilepsy, side effects from chemotherapy, and learning disabilities. Couples therapy work includes inhibited sexual desire and sexual arousal problems, and marital communication and conflict resolution training.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Professor (Clinical)
Board Certification American Board of Family Psychology
American Board of Psychological Hypnosis
EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society
Quantitative Electroencephalography Certification Board

Academic Profile

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Professor (Clinical)
Board Certification American Board of Family Psychology
American Board of Psychological Hypnosis
EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society
Quantitative Electroencephalography Certification Board

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
(801) 581-5741 School of Medicine
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
30 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Academic Bio

Dr. Hammond is a Psychologist with advanced specialties in neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback), quantitative EEG brain mapping, clinical hypnosis, and marital and sex therapy. He has been President of the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research and of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. With neurofeedback and hypnosis he works with anxiety, insomnia, restless legs, depression, OCD, head injuries, chronic pain, headaches/migraines, IBS, addictions, ADD/ADHD, and learning disabilities. Couples therapy work includes inhibited sexual desire and sexual arousal problems, and marital communication and conflict resolution training.

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Internship Marriage and Family Counseling Bureau
Psychology
Intern
Doctoral Training University of Utah
Counseling Psychology
Ph.D.
Internship University of Utah
Psychology
Intern
Internship Utah State Prison
Group Psychotherapy
Intern
Internship Alcohol and Drug Abuse Clinic
Psychology
Intern
Graduate Training University of Utah
Counseling
M.S.
Undergraduate University of Utah
Psychology
B.S.

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Hammond, DC (2013). A review of the history of hypnosis through the late 19th century. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis,. Am J Clin Hypn, 56, 174-191.
  2. Hammond DC (2012). LENS Neurofeedback treatment with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and neglect. J Neurother, 16(1), 47-52.
  3. Hammond, DC (2012). Neurofeedback treatment of restless legs syndrome & periodic leg movements in sleep. J Neurother, 16(2), 155-163.
  4. Hammond, DC (2011). Placebos and neurofeedback: A case for facilitating and maximizing placebo response in neurofeedback treatments. J Neurother, (15), 94-114.
  5. Webster WC, Hammond DC (2011). Solving Crimes with hypnosis. Am J Clin Hypn, 53(4), 255-269.
  6. Hammond DC, Bodenhamer-Davis G, Gluck G, Stokes D, Harper SH, Trudeau D, McDonald M, Lunt J, Kirk L (2011). Standards of practice for neurofeedback and neurotherapy: A position paper of the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research. J Neurother, 15, 54-64.
  7. Hammond, DC (2011). What is Neurofeedback: An Update. J Neurother, 15(4), 305-336.
  8. Hammond DC (2010). The need for individualization in neurofeedback: heterogeneity in QEEG patterns associated with diagnoses and symptoms. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback, 35(1), 31-6.
  9. Hammond DC (2010). LENS neurofeedback treatment of anger: Preliminary results. J Neurother, (14), 162-169.
  10. Hammond DC (2010). QEEG evaluation of the LENS treatment of TBI. J Neurother, (14), 170-177.
  11. Tan G, Thornby J, Hammond DC, Strehl U, Canady B, Arnemann K, Kaiser DA (2009). Meta-analysis of EEG biofeedback in treating epilepsy. Clin EEG Neurosci, 40(3), 173-9.
  12. Hammond DC (2008). Hypnosis as sole anesthesia for major surgeries: historical & contemporary perspectives. Am J Clin Hypn, 51(2), 101-21.
  13. Hammond DC, Kirk L (2008). First, do no harm: Adverse effects and the need for practice standards in neurofeedback. J Neurother, 12(1), 79-88.
  14. Hammond DC (2008). How do you treat chemical sensitivity in your practice? Neurofeedback. J Altern Complement Med, 14(6), 312.
  15. Hammond DC (2007). Hypnosis, placebos, and systematic research bias in biological psychiatry. Am J Clin Hypn, 50(1), 37-47.
  16. Hammond DC (2007). Can LENS neurofeedback treat anosmia resulting from a head injury? Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(1), 62.
  17. Hammond DC (2007). Comprehensive Neurofeedback Bibliography: 2007 Update. Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3), 45-60.
  18. Brown DC, Hammond DC (2007). Evidence-based hypnosis for obstetrics, labor and delivery, and preterm labor. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 55(3), 355-371.
  19. Hammond DC (2007). Hypnosis, placebos, and systematic research bias in biological psychiatry. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 50(1), 37-47.
  20. Hammond DC, Kirk L (2007). Negative effects and the need for standards of practice in neurofeedback. Biofeedback, 35(4), 139-145.
  21. Hammond DC (2007). Neurofeedback for the enhancement of athletic performance and physical balance. Journal of the American Board of Sport Psychology, 1(1), 1-9.
  22. Hammond DC (2007). Neurofeedback for the enhancement of athletic performance and physical balance. (Online journal http://www.americanboardofsportpsychology.org/Portals/24/ABSP-JournalHammond1.pdf). Journal of the American Board of Sport Psychology, 1(1), 1-9.
  23. Hammond DC (2007). Review of the efficacy of clinical hypnosis with headaches and migraine. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 55(2), 207-219.
  24. Larsen R, Larsen S, Hammond DC, Sheppard S, Ochs L, Johnson S, Adinaro C, amp Chapman C (2006). LENS neurofeedback with animals. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 89-104.
  25. Hammond DC (2006). Quantitative EEG patterns associated with medical conditions. Biofeedback, 34(3), 87-94.
  26. Hammond DC (2006). What is neurofeedback? Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(4), 25-36.
  27. Hammond DC (2005). An integrative, multi-factor conceptualization of hypnosis. Am J Clin Hypn, 48(2-3), 131-5.
  28. Hammond DC (2005). Clinical hypnosis and neurofeedback. Biofeedback, 33(1), 14-19..
  29. Hammond DC (2005). EEG patterns and hypnotizability. Biofeedback, 33(1), 35-37..
  30. Tan G, Hammond DC (2005). Hypnosis and irritable bowel syndrome: A review of efficacy and mechanism of action. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 47(3), 161-178.
  31. Hammond DC (2005). Neurofeedback to improve physical balance, incontinence, and swallowing. Journal of Neurotherapy, 9(1), 27-36..
  32. Hammond DC (2005). Neurofeedback treatment of depression and anxiety. Journal of Adult Development. Journal of Adult Development, 12(2-3)(131-), 137.
  33. Hammond DC (2005). Neurofeedback with anxiety and affective disorders. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14(105-), 105-123.
  34. Hammond DC (2005). The temporal lobes and their importance in neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy, 9(1), 67-88..
  35. Hammond DC (2004). Neurofeedback for balance and incontinence: Three case reports. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(4), 96.
  36. Hammond DC (2004). Neurofeedback: Cutting edge technology that retrains the brain. Brain Injury Professional, 1(1), 21-23.
  37. Hammond DC, Walker J, Hoffman D, Lubar JF, Trudeau D, Gurnee R, Horvat J (2004). Standards for the use of QEEG in neurofeedback: A position paper of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(1), 5-26.
  38. Hammond DC (2004). Treatment of the obsessional subtype of obsessive compulsive disorder with neurofeedback. Biofeedback, 32, 9-12.
  39. Hammond DC (2003). QEEG-guided neurofeedback in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Neurotherapy, 7(2), 25-52.
  40. Hammond DC (2003). The effects of caffeine on the brain: A review. Journal of Neurotherapy, 7(2), 79-89.
  41. Hammond DC (2002). Controlling EMG during 40 Hz training. Journal of Neurotherapy, 5(3), 72-75.
  42. La Vaque TJ, Hammond DC, Trudeau D, Monastra V, Perry J, Lehrer P, Matheson D, Sherman R (2002). Template for developing guidelines for the evaluation of the clinical efficacy of psychophysiological interventions. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 27(4), 273-281.
  43. Hammond DC (2002). The alpha rhythm in EEG. Journal of Neurotherapy, 6(3), 89-100.
  44. Hammond DC, Scheflin AW, Vermetten E (2001). Informed consent and the standard of care in the practice of clinical hypnosis. Am J Clin Hypn, 43(3-4), 305-10.
  45. Hammond DC (2001). Adverse reactions and potential iatrogenic effects in neurofeedback training. Journal of Neurotherapy, 4(4), 57-62.
  46. Hammond DC (2001). Comprehensive neurofeedback bibliography. Journal of Neurotherapy, 5(1-2), 113-128.
  47. Hammond DC (2001). Neurofeedback training for anger control. Journal of Neurotherapy, 5(4), 98-103.
  48. Hammond DC (2001). What do we know about 40 Hz activity and the function it serves? Journal of Neurotherapy, 4(2), 95-100.
  49. Hammond DC (2000). Medical justification for neurofeedback with ADD/ADHD. Journal of Neurotherapy, 4(1), 90-93.
  50. Hammond DC (2000). Neurofeedback treatment of depression with the Roshi. Journal of Neurotherapy, 4(2), 45-56.
  51. Elkins GR, Hammond DC (1998). Standards of training in clinical hypnosis: preparing professionals for the 21st century. Am J Clin Hypn, 41(1), 55-64.
  52. Hammond DC (1997). Advantages and safeguards in using the ideomotor signaling technique: a commentary of Walsh and clinical practice. Am J Clin Hypn, 40(1), 360-7.
  53. Hammond DC (1996). Experiential learning exercises in clinical hypnosis training. Am J Clin Hypn, 39(1), 21-36.
  54. Hammond DC (1992). Hypnosis with sexual disorders. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 3(3), 37-41.
  55. Hammond DC (1991). Hypnosis for postpolio syndrome & Type-A behavior. Am J Clin Hypn, 34(1), 38-45.
  56. Hammond DC (1988). "Will the real Milton Erickson please stand up? Int J Clin Exp Hypn, 36(3), 173-81.
  57. Hammond DC, Haskins-Bartsch C, Grant CW Jr, McGhee M (1988). Comparison of self-directed and tape-assisted self-hypnosis. Am J Clin Hypn, 31(2), 129-37.
  58. Stuart FM, Hammond DC, Pett MA (1987). Inhibited sexual desire in women. Arch Sex Behav, 16(2), 91-106.
  59. Hammond DC, Haskins-Bartsch C, McGhee M, Grant CW Jr (1987). The use of fractionation in self-hypnosis. Am J Clin Hypn, 30(2), 119-24.
  60. Stuart FM, Hammond DC, Pett MA (1986). Psychological characteristics of women with inhibited sexual desire. J Sex Marital Ther, 12(2), 108-15.
  61. Keye WR Jr, Hammond DC, Strong T (1986). Medical and psychologic characteristics of women presenting with premenstrual symptoms. Obstet Gynecol, 68(5), 634-7.
  62. Hammond DC (1985). An instrument for utilizing client interests and individualizing hypnosis. Ericksonian Monographs, 1, 111-126.
  63. Hammond DC (1984). Myths about Erickson and Ericksonian hypnosis. Am J Clin Hypn, 26(4), 236-45.
  64. Hammond DC (1984). Screening for sexual dysfunction. Clin Obstet Gynecol, 27(3), 732-7.
  65. Hammond DC, Keye WR, Grant CW Jr (1983). Hypnotic analgesia with burns: an initial study. Am J Clin Hypn, 26(1), 56-9.
  66. Hammond DC (1983). Ethics in marital & sex therapy. American Psychologist, 38, 502.
  67. Epperson DL, Hammond DC (1981). The use of interest inventories with Native Americans: A case for local norms. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 28, 213-220.
  68. Jorgensen GQ, Hammond DC, Hardy A (1977). Saturation marathon couples' therapy in prison: a rationale. Int J Group Psychother, 27(1), 97-103.
  69. Hammond DC (1971). Cross-cultural rehabilitation. J Rehabil, 37(5), 34-6 passim.

Review

  1. Robert Thatcher (2014). Handbook of Quantitative Electroencephalography and EEG Biofeedback. [Review]. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience, 45(1), 59-60.
  2. Wester WC 2nd, Hammond DC (2011). Solving crimes with hypnosis. [Review]. Am J Clin Hypn, 53(4), 255-69.
  3. Hammond DC (2010). Hypnosis in the treatment of anxiety- and stress-related disorders. [Review]. Expert Rev Neurother, 10(2), 263-73.
  4. Hammond DC (2007). Review of the efficacy of clinical hypnosis with headaches and migraines. [Review]. Int J Clin Exp Hypn, 55(2), 207-19.
  5. Brown DC, Hammond DC (2007). Evidence-based clinical hypnosis for obstetrics, labor and delivery, and preterm labor. [Review]. Int J Clin Exp Hypn, 55(3), 355-71.
  6. Tan G, Hammond DC, Joseph G (2005). Hypnosis and irritable bowel syndrome: a review of efficacy and mechanism of action. [Review]. Am J Clin Hypn, 47(3), 161-78.
  7. Frischholz EJ, Kowal JA, Hammond DC (2001). Introduction to the special section: hypnosis and EMDR. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. [Review]. Am J Clin Hypn, 43(3-4), 179-82.

Book

  1. Hammond, DC Gunkelman, J (2011). The Art of Artifacting (2nd edition). Corpus Cristi, TX: ISNR Research Foundation.

Book Chapter

  1. Hammond, DC (2014). Definitions, standard of care, and ethical considerations. In Cantor & J. Evans (Eds.), (Ed.), Cllinical Neurotherapy: Application of Techniques for Treatment (pp. 1-18). New York: Elsevier.
  2. Hammond, D C (2012). Neurofeedback treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. In S. Larsen (Ed.), The Neurofeedback Solution (pp. 179-197). Rochester, Vermont: Healing Arts Press.
  3. Larsen, S, McCarter, H, Luster, M Esty, M L, amp Hammond, D C (2012). Traumatic brain injury. In S. Larsen (Ed.), The Neurofeedback Solution (pp. 198-220). Rochester, Vermont: Healing Arts Press.
  4. Tan G, Hammond DC, Walker J, Broelz E (2011). Neurofeedback and epilepsy. In R. Coben & J.R. Evans (Ed.), Neurofeedback and neuromodulation techniques and applications (pp. 183-204). New York: Elsevier.

Case Report

  1. Hammond DC (2001). Treatment of chronic fatigue with neurofeedback and self-hypnosis. NeuroRehabilitation, 16(4), 295-300.

Editorial

  1. Hammond DC (1998). The need for clinically relevant research. Am J Clin Hypn, 41(1), 2-9.

Letter

  1. Hammond DC, Keye W (1985). Letter to the Editor: Premenstrual Syndrome [Letter to the editor]. New England Journal of Medicine, 312(14), 920.

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