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IC11 Workshop 51 - New Methods to Approach Women's Identity - Consuelo Casula, Dipl. Psych

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Workshops |  Femininity |  Gender |  Ericksonian Hypnosis and Therapy Techniques
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2011
Consuelo Casula, Dipl. Psych
59 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 07, 2011
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Women bring to therapy problems and difficulties caused by social, technological and moral changes, and the therapist needs to face them with new Ericksonian methods. Modern society offers women many possibilities, sends ambiguous messages regarding customs and values; therapy faces issues of integrity, ethics and authenticity, transforming faults into virtues.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe a new model of approaching women’s identity called “the five petals of identity”: body, social, professional, values, and secret.
  2. Demonstrate how to enhance 5 women’s strengths: embodiment, empathy, empowerment, ethics, and evolution.

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Consuelo Casula, Lic Psych, is a psychologist and a psychotherapist with a private practice in Milan, Italy, and a trainer for hypnosis and psychotherapy. She is in the Board of Directors of SII, President-Elect of ESH and Secretary/treasurer of ISH. She writes books on communication skills, leading groups, creating metaphors, resilience, and women's development.