Ericksonian hypnotic techniques, potentiated by music, can help the angry patient learn a nonreactive relationship to their anger The science of music physiology and research that supports the efficacy of recording your hypnosis will be presented. The legal and “fair use” of music on CD’s will be explained. Listening to hypnosis with music will allow attendees to experience this calming effect for themselves. Step-by-step directions on how to record a hypnosis session, with or without music, by using a micro-phone and a computer will be offered. How to use recording software to improve a hypnosis CD will be discussed
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*
Albina Tamalonis, PsyD, has a full-time private practice on the Upper West Side of New York City, using Ericksonian psychotherapy and hypnosis. Dr. Tamalonis was in the first training program offered by Dr. Jeffery Zeig at the Foundation in 1984 and authored the third doctoral dissertation validating Erickson’s work in 1990 for her clinical psychology doctorate. She also has two masters’ degrees; one in experimental social psychology and the other in child clinical psychology. Dr. Tamalonis and her husband produce hypnosis CDs with original music.
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