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IC11 Short Course 44 - Utilizing Hypnotic Techniques in Continuing Educating for Social Workers - Diane Carol Holliman, PhD, LCSW and Halim Faisal, LCSW


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Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2011
Faculty:
Diane Holliman, PhD |  Halim Faisal, MSW
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1:23:14
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Original Program Date :
Dec 09, 2011
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IC11 Short Course 44 - Utilizing Hypnotic Techniques in Continuing Educating for Social Workers - Diane Carol Holliman, PhD, LCSW and Halim Faisal, LCSW

In continuing education (CE), knowledge and skills are most often taught didactically.  Participants of continuing education come to workshops ready for the CE trance. In this short course, we will demonstrate how we did something different!  We integrated hypnotic techniques such as suggestion and dissociation, along with performance, improvisation, music, philosophy and psychotherapy to elicit experiential learning with emotional impact in a series of workshops for Georgia NASW.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe three hypnotic techniques that could be used to facilitate learning in group presentations.
  2. Discuss how music can be used to elicit emotional impact and learning in group presentations.
  3. Discuss the complexities of evaluation for experiential learning and emotional impact.

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