Subject, patient, client, supervisor, supervised, therapist, all of us are shaped from an essence, the stuff we are made of, the hero within. After drawing up an inventory and statement of the basic heroes that we have integrated and the stories that are the ones of our deep metaphors, we will travel and explore those resources that have contributed to our construction and our structure in productive and counterproductive ways. This workshop will offer ways to uti- lize them in our therapeutic goals for inner change.
This workshop will present how Solution-Focused Brief Therapists (SFBT) utilize expectation to help move clients toward goals. Workshop participants will be given the skills to understand how the basic principles, questions and interventions in SFBT all utilize expectation as a primary change agent. Further, participants will be shown ways to develop Solution-Focused Formula Tasks to incorporate expectation for positive client movement.
The Basic Foot Print is a process model of change in therapy that represents and identifies Erickson's method for change. It is a general umbrella under which we should be able to place any step of change or intervention. Encounters that follow the Basic Foot Print create change and any therapy that steps through these stages reflects Dr. Erickson's approach and echoes his legacy. The steps are: matching/connecting, blending, utilizing, introducing ambiguity (disrupting stasis), reframing and co-creating outcomes. An in-depth understanding of steps within the Basic Footprint will be taught, demonstrated and practiced.
Hypnosis can easily be integrated with any brief therapy modality and can be applied in a variety of ways, including: 1) enhancing symptom management; 2) teaching specific problem-solving skills; 3) addressing and resolving underlying conflicts; or, 4) providing perceptual shifts that serve to empower the client. In this section of the Fundamental Hypnosis Track, we will explore the many ways hypnosis can be used in brief therapies, and participants will begin to apply hypnosis strategically for therapeutic purposes in structured practice sessions.
Subject, patient, client, therapist, teacher, trainer, supervisor, supervised; all of us are shaped from an essence, the stuff we are made of, the hero within. This workshop will offer ways to utilize our hidden heroes in our therapeutic goals for inner change, and help the patient build from the hero within him/herself.
BT10 Dialogue 03 - Establishing Goals and Preventing Recidivism - James Prochaska, PhD, Michael D. Yapko, PhD
Establishing goals and preventing recidivism dialogue with James Prochaska and Michael Yapko.