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IC19 Short Course 39 - New Brief Therapy Process: How to Quickly Release your Negative Thought Patterns, Limiting Beliefs and Physical Pain with Dynamic Spin Release - Tim Hallbom, MSW and Kris Hallbom

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Short Courses |  Brief Therapy |  Pain and Healing
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2019
Timothy Hallbom, MSW |  Kris Hallbom, BA
1 Hour 23 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 12, 2019
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Created by Tim and Kris Hallbom, Dynamic Spin Release is a powerful set of processes that allows users to quickly release their negative thought patterns and emotions, limiting beliefs and physical pain – in just one brief session.

Dynamic Spin Release (DSR) was created using ideas delineated from the world famous psychiatrists, Carl Jung and Milton Erickson – and draws heavily from the psychology of metaphors, NLP, Ericksonian Hypnosis and creative visualization...

Just as the earth rotates around the sun, and the moon circles around the earth, your thoughts, feelings and beliefs have a certain spin quality to them as well. DSR powerfully blends the universal archetype of spin with the psychology of metaphors – and involves several techniques that can be applied to almost any problem state or negative thought pattern. These intuitive processes are practical, easy to use with yourself and others, and work well with children!

The Hallbom's have been developing this powerful methodology since 2008 in their private coaching practices; and have been teaching it throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and North America ever since. In 2009, they were the Keynote Speakers at the International NLP Conference in London where they first introduced DSR to the worldwide NLP Community.


Educational Objectives:

  1. Demonstrate shifting negative thought patterns and limiting beliefs in yourself and others in a matter minutes.
  2. Explain how to quickly relieve the pain and discomfort of physical ailments such as headaches, colds or chronic injuries.
  3. Define and demonstrate the role that metaphors, memes and archetypes play in transforming your thoughts, feelings and beliefs.

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