Deconstructing trance into phenomenological components allows the hypnotherapist to target intensions strategically. Hypnosis will be divided into social, psychological, and interpersonal elements. Lecture, demonstration, and small group practice.
BT16 Workshop 30 - The Fundamentals of Family Constellations - Andreas Steiner, Dipl.- Psych, MA
Family Constellations are a treatment method invented by Bert Hellinger and developed by his expositors. This well-grounded and solution-oriented application can change recalcitrant problems in a short time because it addresses core issues and utilizes the power of the family system, revealing hidden gemstones of love. Restoring the natural symmetry of respect and affiliation rids clients of the burdens that make life painful and sad. Constellations can optimize life energy and diffuse problematic scripts that cause redundant dysfunctional patterns.
The Observation-Suggestion Combination with Brent B. Geary, Ph.D
The Use of the Therapist’s Self in Hypnotherapy with Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D
The Development and Use of Self-Image Thinking in Therapy with Stephen Lankton, M.S.W., DAHB
Brief Bioinformatic Approaches to Therapeutic Hypnosis Ernest Rossi, Ph.D
The Fundamentals of Permissive Suggestion with Dan Short, Ph.D
Accessing and Contextualizing Resources Hypnosis Michael Yapko, Ph.D
Utilization with Lilian Borges Zeig, MA
The Phenomenology of Induction with Jeffrey Zeig, Ph.D.
Induction Methods I with Stephen Gilligan, PhD
Indirection-Basic and Intermediate Language Skills in Hypnosis with Stephen Lankton, MSW, DAHB
Induction Methods II: Three Novel Approaches to the Induction of Therapeutic Hypnosis with Ernest Rossi, PhD
Hypnosis as a Goal-Oriented Brief Psychotherapy with Michael Yapko, PhD
The Phenomenology of Hypnosis with Jeffrey Zeig, PhD