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IC11 Workshop 11 - Mindfulness, Trauma, and Trance: Brief Ericksonian Solutions - Ronald Alexander, PhD

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Trauma |  Trance |  Workshops |  Mindfulness |  Ericksonian Hypnosis and Therapy Techniques |  Metaphors |  Resources |  Storytelling |  Reframing
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2011
Ronald Alexander, PhD
59 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 07, 2011
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This workshop will address the rapid treatment of trauma by utilizing both Mindfulness practice and Ericksonian orientation’s that understand the importance of the symptom as a pathway to inner healing.  We will review the clinical skills of tracking, pacing and utilization of the symptom for accessing the un-conscious and inner resources with mindfulness and trance. The workshop will highlight Milton Erickson’s use of storytelling, metaphor and rapid trance induction as well as the use of mindfulness practice for framing, reframing and de-framing for the immediate reorganization of transforming somatic-affective experience into new healing rhythms in the body. These methods allow the body to open healthier pathways for new somatic learning’s in mind/body-healing therapies.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Apply two styles of trance (Naturalistic and Guided Mindfulness-Outcome focused) for rapid induction.
  2. Utilize new clinical skills for tracking, pacing and reframing trauma into new learning’s for healing and resolution.
  3. Apply the principle of Mindstrength to rapidly and quickly overcome trauma and shift the mind-body process.

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



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Ronald A. Alexander, PhD, MFT, SEP (Somatic Experiencing Practitioner) is a Creativity and Communication Consultant, and an Executive and Leadership Coach, with a private psychotherapy practice working with individuals, couples, families, and groups in Santa Monica, California. He is the Executive Director of the OpenMind® Training Institute, a leading-edge organization that offers personal and professional training programs in core creativity, mind-body therapies, transformational leadership, and mindfulness meditation. For more than forty-four years, Alexander has been a trainer of healthcare professionals in North America, as well as in Europe, Russia, Japan, China, and Australia. As a Mindfulness and Zen Buddhist practitioner, he specializes in utilizing mindfulness meditation in his professional and corporate work to help people transform their lives by accessing the mind states that open the portal to their core creativity.