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IC15 Clinical Demonstration 17 - Utilizing the Unconscious Mind - Eric Greenleaf, PhD

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Clinical Demonstrations |  Unconscious Processes |  Utilization |  Ericksonian Hypnosis and Therapy Techniques |  Trance
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2015
Eric Greenleaf, PhD
Course Levels:
Master Degree or Higher in Health-Related Field
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Original Program Date:
Dec 12, 2015
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The unconscious mind concept and its' processes are briefly described. Trance is induced by the patient's visual description of his/her unconscious. The problem is visualized, as in a dream. Trance is deepened by placing the image of the problem into the unconscious "to see what happens."

Educational Objectives:

  1. To observe an Erickson-influenced utilization of the unconscious mind in therapy.
  2. To develop a patient's own imagery into a healing method.

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



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Eric Greenleaf, PhD, has treated patients, trained professionals, presented on and written about hypnotherapy for forty years. Milton Erickson, MD, chose Eric to receive the first Milton H. Erickson Award of Scientific Excellence for Writing in Hypnosis. Eric practices in Albany CA, and directs the Milton H. Erickson Institute of the Bay Area, an association of licensed mental health professionals providing hypnotic psychotherapy to the San Francisco Bay Area community.

As director and founder of the Milton H. Erickson Institute of the Bay Area, Eric Greenleaf, Ph.D., has treated with, trained, presented and written about hypnotherapy for forty years. His book, The Problem of Evil: Ancient Dilemmas and Modern Therapy, appeared in 2000. Dr. Greenleaf's unique style and extensive background in the use of hypnosis as an aid for enhancing lives and overcoming obstacles is truly something that must be experienced in order to be understood.