Group and individual demonstrations will illustrate the use of novel ideodynamic hand approaches to therapeutic hypnosis as presented in chapter 10 of Rossi's "The Psychobiology of Gene Expression: Neuroscience and Neurogenesis in Hypnosis and the Healing Arts."
Dr. Erickson had the creative ability to utilize what clients brought to therapy. In essence, he created a brand new therapy for each client he saw. He was a master at improvisation, yet his brilliance adhered to certain rules and structure. This workshop will provide opportunities for therapists to learn improvisational skills, to learn assessment, and to choose an intervention strategy to match the client's needs. The format will encourage audience participation in improvising.
The ability to "play" in life and in the mind is a key to both the creative process and to general happiness in life. In this workshop, as in my work, I will use techniques of hypnotherapy to help participants to tap into their creative unconscious minds to enhance their abilities to play and create.
Increase your ability to improvise and think creatively on the spot. Rejuvenate your ability to find the humor and imaginative spark in all types of situations. In this almost totally FUN and experiential workshop participants will learn a variety of exercises from improvisational comedy and acting that will stimulate their own consciousness of inventiveness. A great way to supercharge yourself for the rest of the Congress.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 03 - Facilitating the Four-Stage Creative Process in Psychotherapy - Ernest Rossi, PhD
1) To name the essentials of a behavioral activity-dependent approach to creative work.
2) To list the four stages of the creative process in psychotherapy.
$29.00Base Price - $59.00price reduced from Base Price - $59.00
This is a practical, personal growth workshop demonstrating how the new neuroscience principles of novelty, enrichment and physical exercise can be facilitated with creative replay and reframing as the fundamental dynamics of Erickson's work.
IC01 Short Course 23 - Working with Creativity: Milton H. Erickson's Ecology of Inner Resources - Liliana Cane, PhD
Milton H. Erickson, who endowed psychotherapy with an attitude of openness and creativity,
conceptualized symptoms as an access way towards unconscious creative resources. Listening
to the client's symptoms with an open and creative attitude can lead to a transformational
dialogue that modifies the ecology of inner resources. Deep and long-term healing are activated
in short-term interventions.
To describe the three-step Basic Accessing Question to facilitate reactive reorganization of the problem.
To demonstrate two variations of the Basic Accessing Question in Depth Psychotherapy.