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IC19 Workshop 18 - Learning Hypnosis - A Respectful Method of Allowing a Client to Heal - Robert McNeilly, MBBS

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Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2019
Robert McNeilly, MBBS
1 Hour 49 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 13, 2019
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Hypnosis is often regarded as complex and difficult. In this workshop we will build on Milton Erickson's concept of "The common everyday trance" to create an experience that is respectful of each client's individuality. We will explore what a client likes as a way of accessing their resources and 4 methods of connecting them with their resources so they can resolve their problem and heal. There will be a blend of lecture, demonstration and opportunities to practice this easy and effective approach.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe and demonstrate a series of questions to give focus to an effective hypnotic session.
  2. Describe and demonstrate a respectful way of inviting anyone into hypnosis.
  3. Describe and demonstrate a process of connecting a client with a resource that they have lost contact with and create a resolution of their problem.

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



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Robert McNeilly, MD, was in a suburban Melbourne general medical practice for 10 years when he was inspired by Milton Erickson’s human approach to therapy. He founded the CET in 1988 to introduce Ericksonian Hypnosis and the Solution Oriented Approach to hypnosis, counseling and coaching in Australia. He is co-author, with Jenny Brown, of Healing With Words, and author of Healing the Whole Person. Crown House published a series of DVD demonstrations of counseling and hypnosis.