Este video contiene la mejor ilustración de cómo Milton Erickson maneja los casos que se le presentan. Utilizando tanto la hipnoterapia como las directivas estratégicas, Erickson trabaja con una mujer que tiene fobia a volar en un avión. Este caso significativo ejemplifica los principios y prácticas fundamentales de un enfoque ericksoniano. Estos pueden aplicarse a otros problemas que se presenten y ser utilizados por los médicos que se suscriben a otras metodologías de tratamiento para un problema en particular.
The author of this research and presentation will explore how Douglas Flemons, the developer of relational hypnosis, facilitated an enduring non-volitional shift with a client, “Grace,” who desired to have a baby but could not see or talk about blood, needles, or medical procedures without fainting. Using context-enriched conversation analysis (CECA), the author will describe how he embraced his understanding of Ericksonian and Neo-Ericksonian hypnosis methods as a guide to examine multiple sources of data, which included selected audio-recorded excerpts from Douglas and Grace’s hypnotherapeutic sessions; Grace’s descriptions of change in her email correspondence with Douglas; and Douglas’s case notes.
This workshop describes the use of hypnosis and self-hypnosis for treating phobias and panic disorders. The patient is learning a technique via which he can treat the problem him/herself. Building hope and diminishing helplessness is essential for a successful therapy and the workshop will address different possibilities to achieve this. The workshop is explaining the self-treatment technique via case examples. Homework assignments, pattern disruption, systemic considerations and stabilizing the treatment results are further topics.
Social anxieties are the most common constituent of neuroses. Their different dynamics in a spectrum of cases will be described, and their role in agoraphobia and panic disorder will be presented. It will be seen how treatments, dictated by dynamics revealed in case analyses, are correspondingly successful.
The Cognitive Model of anxiety as applied to acute and chronic anxiety, post-traumatic disorders, agoraphobias, panic disorders and simple phobias will be presented.
Cognitive-behavioral strategies include identification and evaulation of dysfunctional cognition, induced imagery, induced panic attacks, and cognitive monitoring of exposure treatment. A videotaped demonstration of the treatment of panic disorders will be shown.