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BT18 Short Course 29 - Implications That Change People - John Lentz, D. Min.

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Short Courses |  Brief Therapy |  Motivation |  Utilization
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2018
John Lentz, D. Min.
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Original Program Date:
Dec 06, 2018
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While this workshop teaches useful tools for brief therapy, it also will give participants positive experiences for themselves. This workshop evokes experiences that lead clients to discover solutions that work. Whether the client experiences their solution, or has a dramatic shift in understanding their options it often leads to motivation and success.

Educational Objectives:

  1. List 3 ways that implications can be utilized in therapy.
  2. Define implications with examples.
  3. List at least 2 ways they can or already do use implications in their practice. 

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John D. Lentz D. Min is the Founder and Director of the Ericksonian Institute of Jeffersonville, Indiana where he teaches Hypnosis and practices marriage and family therapy. He is a member and supervisor of AAMFT AAPC and ASCH. He graduated from and later taught at the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary. Author of six books including Effective Handling of Manipulative Persons and Trans-Altering Epiphanies he pastors Radcliff Presbyterian Church and is the retired Chief Chaplain of the women's prison in Kentucky. Dr. Lentz has spoken nationally and internationally on a variety of subjects involving manipulation, hypnosis, double binds, anxiety, and sexual abuse. He currently has two more books being edited. The first is about how to reclaim and maintain that loving feeling, and the second is about perpetrators, victims and bystanders. It offers unique treatment methods, and insights. Dr. Lentz also has authored 15 hypnotic CD's that assist people overcoming anger, shame, sleep disorders, loneliness, and a variety of other topics.