With a plugged-in 24/7 cyberspace that demands and creates instantaneous response to internet and social networking, many young people have difficulty understanding self-regulation and present a lack of selfawareness and modulation. This workshop proposes a tailored strategic approach toward utilizing the natural creativity and novelty that young people have embedded in their development make-up but often have limited access toward using their inner resources. Experiential and specific ways to elicit responsiveness and enhance “down regulation” will be explored.
Apply induction tailored for this age group.
Utilize client resistance as a gateway for creativity.
Plan and implement internal and external post hypnotic cues for therapeutic goals.
Tobi Goldfus, LCSW-C, BCD, is a therapist, author, and national and international teacher and speaker. Her book “From Real Life to Cyberspace and Back Again: Helping Our Young Clients Develop a Strong Inner Selfie” (2017) is a subject she is passionate about. She also focuses on the online traumatic experiences young people can have, providing assessment tools, hypnotherapy and somatic experiencing techniques to heal and create a positive balance between online and real life. She is a contributor to the recently published “Ericksonian Therapy Now: The Master Class with Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.d (2017). Her graduate and post-graduate training have included family and systems therapy, ego state and somatic experiencing, and extensive Ericksonian hypnotherapy models. She is a member of ASCH (American Society of Clinical Hypnosis), ISH (International Society of Hypnosis), NASW (National Association of Social Workers) and a Board Certified Diplomat (BCD). Tobi is in private practice in Germantown, Maryland.
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