The Intensive Training Program is a unique opportunity to learn principles and applications of one of the most rapidly growing treatment models in contemporary psychotherapy. Our Intensive Training classes in Phoenix, Arizona are the premier venue to learn Ericksonian Hypnosis Techniques. For the past 30 years, the Intensive classes have drawn professionals from around the world. The scope of the program is comprehensive; its incremental structure facilitates progressive acquisition of competence. If you are looking for hypnosis training, specifically in the field of Ericksonian Hypnosis, look no further.
Attendees will increase their overall communication skills by learning:
|Levels A/B - Fundamentals of Ericksonian Hypnosis: Induction, and Case Conceptualization||No prior knowledge or experience in Ericksonian approaches is needed for this level. Primary emphasis is upon elicitation of therapeutic trances, and ways to utilize these states in focused treatment. You will be able to begin to integrate hypnosis into your practice at the conclusion of the Fundamental Training.|
|Levels C/D - Clinical Applications of Ericksonian Hypnosis||Delve into hypnotic applications for specific clinical issues (from anxiety to the severely disturbed), and strategic utilization of the hypnotic phenomena. The program builds upon experiences of Levels A and B, allowing you to enhance perceptual and generative skills for client monitoring and feedback, indirection, and other essential change processes. Previous experience with hypnotic inductions or Ericksonian therapy recommended.|
|Levels E/F - Advanced Ericksonian Hypnosis Techniques and Hypnotherapy||Advanced Intensives focus on the process of Ericksonian therapy, and the resources of the therapist. Exercises, supervision, and advanced instruction allow you to enhance your acumen as an agent of change.|
The Intensive Training Program is open to professionals in a health-related field with a Master’s degree or higher, and students currently enrolled in an accredited graduate program in a health-related field. Each level of the Intensive Training Program provides 16.0 hours of continuing education credit.