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IC01 Workshop 03 - The Neglected Self in Hypnotic Psychotherapy - Stephen Gilligan, PhD


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Erickson Congress 2001  |  Erickson Congress
Faculty:
Stephen Gilligan, PhD
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2:29:13
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Original Program Date :
Dec 07, 2001
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For hypnosis to have therapeutic value, it must be able to activate and work with disconnected parts of a person's self-identity. We will examine different ways to access and stay connected to these "neglected selves" during hypnotic work.

 

Educational Objectives:

  1. To describe the presence of different "ego states" in hypnotic work.
  2. To identify three techniques for accessing and working with these "neglected selves."

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*

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Stephen Gilligan Ph.D., is a Psychologist in Encinitas, CA. He was one of the original NLP students at UC Santa Cruz; Milton Erickson and Gregory Bateson were his mentors. After receiving his psychology doctorate from Stanford University, he became one of the premier teachers and practitioners of Ericksonian hypnotherapy. This work unfolded into his original approaches of Self-Relations and Generative Self, and then further (in collaboration with Robert Dilts) into Generative Coaching. These different traditions have all been updated and integrated into the present Generative Change Work, which includes the applications of Generative Coaching, Generative Psychotherapy, Generative Trance, Hero’s Journey, and Systemic Change work.


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