Live Events

The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press provides live, in person psychotherapy training. Each year we hold large conferences, focusing on various aspects of psychology and psychotherapy disciplines. We hand pick top presenters in their fields to discuss their thoughts, insights and contributions to the continuing progress of psychotherapy in general. We also provide smaller sessions directed at specific principles and applications of psychotherapy in our Intensive Training program. In addition to these classes, we also provide various online training seminars.


Couples Conference 2020

The Couples Conference is postponed until June 2021.

Intensive Training

The Intensive Training Program is a unique opportunity to learn principles and applications of one of the most rapidly growing treatment models in contemporary psychotherapy. Our Intensive Training classes in Phoenix, Arizona are the premier venue to learn Ericksonian Hypnosis Techniques. For the past 30 years, the Intensive classes have drawn professionals from around the world. The scope of the program is comprehensive; its incremental structure facilitates progressive acquisition of competence. If you are looking for hypnosis training, specifically in the field of Ericksonian Hypnosis, look no further.

More info on the Erickson Foundation website.

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Phoenix Master Class

The Milton H. Erickson Foundation invites you to attend a four-day supervision workshop to enhance skills and promote both personal and professional growth. This program is held at the actual Erickson Home, recently purchased by the Foundation to preserve this historic site. The Master Class is open to licensed, experienced mental health professionals.

More info on the Erickson Foundation website.

Evolution of Psychotherapy 2020

Learn from the Masters of Psychotherapy at the Premier Conference for the Global Psychotherapy Community. Since 1985, the Evolution of Psychotherapy conference has attracted worldwide attention as the most respected gathering of master practitioners in the field. Celebrating its 35th year, the conference features faculty members who share ideas, promote convergence, and highlight unifying principles that guide effective clinical work.