Curriculum Vitae

• Associate Professor, University of Bordeaux (since 2001)
• Hospital practitioner, CHU de Bordeaux (since 2001)
Expertise
• Teaching and care in pediatric odontology
• Medical hypnosis
• Forensic expertise
• Organization of studies – Continuing education
• Educational engineering, TICE
• Press writing
Experience
• Office Manager – Virtual Contact Office (2004 -2009)
• Responsible for Subsection 56.01 Pédodontie-prévention (since 2009)
• Manager for Apolline platform -based on Moodle (since 2009)
• Deputy Director (Vice-Dean) of the UFR d’Odontologie de Bordeaux (2006-2014) in charge of training and pedagogy
• TICE Project Officer, Bordeaux Ségalen University (2006-2010)
• Director Continuing Education-College of Health Sciences -University of Bordeaux (2013-2016)
• Project Officer- Numérique, UFR of Odontology of Bordeaux (since 2014)
• Deputy Director -Joint Unit for Continuing Health Education (since 2016)
• Referent Thematic Digital University (UNF3S) for the University of Bordeaux (since 2016)
Expertise
• Expert in the courts (since 2003)
• Medical hypnosis trainer (since 2010) CFPPS, DU
• ITRF Competition Jury Expert (Engineers and Technical Research and Training) (since 2012)
Professional Press
• Editor-in-Chief of the Journal d’Odonto-Stomatologie Pédiatrique (2005)
• Editor-in-Chief of the Revue Francophone d’Odontologie Pédiatrique, Official body of the French Society of Pediatric Odontology (since 2006)

Lecture

Hypnosis and CBT, two therapeutic tools serving the patient / practitioner relationship

The immense progress made since 1853, the date of the invention of the syringe by the good Dr. Pravaz, might have led to the belief that dental care is henceforth perceived as innocuous and harmless. But this is not the case: not only does the prevalence of “dental phobia” not decrease in the general population, but the demands of patients are increasing, which is increasingly burdening the healthcare team. Clinicians should be prepared to receive these patients and be trained in communication and behavior management techniques. To avoid seeing his patient get carried away by an emotional whirlwind that can lead to panic disorder, the professional must know how to take his time, to welcome without judging, to collect grievances, to explain without frightening … It ‘s a good paternalism but to gain confidence by showing empathy. This benevolence is necessary but not always sufficient: it nevertheless finds considerable leverage when the right word is given at the right time.
There is no care without trust, and no confidence without communication … But the relation of care is not an ordinary conversation: to know how to communicate, means for the practitioner, to adapt his discourse, his strategy, his objectives to each patient. Do not always yield to the temptation of the more “urgent” technically, but let the patient prepare for more intrusive acts by gradual exposure. harmonizing the verbal with the non-verbal, with the layout of the premises or the ergonomics of the work area. We will discuss the basic principles of conversational hypnosis, which today is of particular interest to the medical community, as well as those of cognitive and behavioral therapies (CBT) that are capable of dealing with anxiety disorders and specific phobias.