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IC07 Short Course 11 - Extraordinary Heroes; Ordinary Heroes - Christine Guilloux, DESS

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Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2007
Christine Guilloux, DESS Psychology
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Original Program Date:
Dec 07, 2007
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All of us are shaped by an essence, the stuff we are made of, the hero within. After drawing up an inventory and statement of the basic heroes that we've integrated and the stories that are the ones of our deep metaphors, we will travel and explore those resources that have contributed to our constructions and our structuration in productive and counterproductive ways. This workshop will offer ways to utilize them in our therapeutic goals for inner change.

Educational Objectives:

  1. To describe how to utilize our models of heroes as resources for inner change.
  2. To describe how to use those metaphors in our therapeutic goals.

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



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The psychotherapeutic foundations of Christine Guilloux, beyond her clinical social psychology curriculum, are Ericksonian hypnosis and systemic therapy at the Palo Alto School, enriched notably by other approaches such as EMDR, somatic experiencing (SE), narrative approaches and energy psychology. She runs workshops and seminars in hypnosis and integrative therapy with healthcare professionals in France and abroad. The practitioner is also a lecturer in narrative medicine at the Université René Descartes in Paris. Its "global" approach allows it to take into account your suffering, your troubles in their context and to take into consideration the interactions with your environment (family, couple, work). She welcomes teenagers, adults and families. She accompanies you on anxiety disorders, phobias, obsessions, stress-related disorders, work-related suffering, time management, difficulty concentrating, lack of self-confidence, post-traumatic stress, sleep disorders, relationship difficulties and communication.