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IC11 Short Course 05 - "I Am Just a Guest Here..." How the Principles of Advaita Hinduism Can Support Hypnosis and Strategic Therapy - Donald Miretsky


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Hypnosis
Category:
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2011
Faculty:
Donald Miretsky, M.Ed
Duration:
59 Minutes
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Audio Only
Original Program Date :
Dec 07, 2011
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Experience video and didactic presentations comparing strikingly similar methods between eastern spirituality and Ericksonian approaches. Advaita teaches self-inquiry for recognition of that which is al-ready present as Ericksonian thinkers teach unconscious exploration for resources already attained. Learn the core concepts of each and how their integration can enhance therapist effectiveness, and create the space needed for personal development, wellness, and enrichment. Demonstration.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe the similarity and therapeutic value of hypnotic trance logic and the Advaita concept of consciousness.
  2. Explain the value of the Advaita approach of self-inquiry in facilitat-ing client experience, trance induction, and enhancement of client awareness of personal responsibility for symptom maintenance.

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

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Donald Miretsky was a family therapy seminar lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry for seven years. He has presented at local, regional, state, and national conferences as well as providing training and consultation to multiple private and state agencies. He specializes in child and family therapy as well as adult and couples issues. He utilizes Ericksonian approaches to psychotherapy. This is not simplistic trance work, but the comprehensive utilization of clinical principles individualized through assessment to meet the unique characteristics and needs of each client and/or family. Don enjoys working with issues related to personal adjustment, anxiety, depression, and trauma. 


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