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Hypnotherapy Lectures – Part 2 – Stephen Brooks

Hypnotherapy Lectures – Part 2 – Stephen Brooks

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The course is based on 120 essential skills and techniques

The course is based on 120 essential skills and techniques covering the following areas:

Indirect Hypnosis Principles

  • The Interactional Approach
  • The Intrapersonal Approach
  • Implication, compression and economic language
  • Symptom Substitution and Resolution
  • The Relationship Between Cause and Symptom
  • Response Attentiveness
  • Achieving Positive Outcomes
  • Communicating with the Unconscious
  • Identifying Verifiable Goals
  •  Values, Criteria and Beliefs
  • Abreaction and Trauma
  • Identifying Sabotage Strategies
  •  Therapeutic Orientation – Change or Improvement?
  • Motivating the Patient to Stay in Therapy
  • Future Pacing
  • Secondary Gains and Indirect Benefits
  • Weaning Patients Off Therapy
  • Understanding the Patient’s metaphors
  • Contextualising Change
  • Organic metaphors and Symptom Based metaphors
  •  Developing Advanced Strategies to Deal With Failure
  • Pursuing Relevance
  • The Structure of Learned Experience
  • The Irrationality and Framing Model
  • Contextual and Time frames
  • Benefits and Costs
  • The Laws of Attachment and Non-attachment
  • Decision Making Personality Types
  • Anchoring and Conditioning
  • Feedback Loops
  • The Laws of Reversed and Concentrated Effort
  • The Laws of Positive Expectancy and Reinforcement
  • The Laws of Observation, Utilization and Reframing

Indirect Hypnosis Techniques

  • Hypnotic Time Distortion
  • Favourite Activity and Leisure Trance Inductions
  • Pseudo-Orientation in Time in Hypnosis
  • Positive Negative Integration in Hypnosis
  • The Third Person Dissociation
  • Hypnotic Catalepsy
  • Arm Levitation Inductions
  • Automatic Writing in Hypnosis
  • Unconscious Negotiation in Hypnosis
  • Recalling Previous Trance as an Induction
  • Surprise Technique Inductions
  • Therapeutic metaphor
  • The Multiple Mirror Therapeutic Induction
  • Age Regression Techniques
  • Paradoxical Intervention
  • The Old Master Induction
  • Indirect Utilisation of Sub-modalities
  • Uptime Downtime Induction
  • Utilising The Patient’s Needs As A Motivational Strategy
  • Stop Smoking Strategy
  • Inducing Amnesia
  • The Self-Suggestion Induction
  • Teaching Your Patient Self-Hypnosis
  • The Four Seasons Induction
  • Crystal Gazing and Multiple Screens
  • Non Verbal Inductions
  • Ideo-Motor Signaling
  • The My Friend John Induction
  •  Cellular Healing Therapy
  • The Early Learning Set Induction
  •  Scrambling Symptoms
  • Ambiguous Task Assignments
  • Eye Fixation and Distraction Inductions
  • The Confusion Induction
  • Deep Trance Identification
  • Hypnosis for Pain Control and Anaesthesia

Indirect Hypnosis Skills

  • Taking the Patient’s History
  •  High Quality Information Gathering
  •  Creating and Applying Therapeutic Nominalisations
  • Recognising the Minimal Cues of Trance
  • Creating Dependent Suggestions
  •  Open Questioning
  • Positive and Reverse frames and Negative Tags
  •  Sorting for patterns of association
  • Adjunctive Suggestions
  •  Calibrating to Positive & Negative Response Cues
  •  Responding to Polarity Responses
  •  Classes of Double Binds
  •  Passive Response Suggestions
  • Using Therapeutic & Hypnotic Double Entendre
  • Post Hypnotic Suggestions
  • Serial Suggestions
  • Challenging Negative Nominalisations
  • Sensory Based Predicates
  • Open-ended Suggestions
  • Resource Accessing
  • Facial Symmetry Calibration
  • Insertive Eye Contact
  •  Recognizing Patients’ Subjective Interpretations
  • Casting Doubt and Challenging a Patient’s Interpretations
  • Getting Video Descriptions and Sequence Responses
  • Designing Therapeutic Tasks
  • Prescribing and Delivering Tasks
  • Developing a Compassionate Empowering Personality

Integrity and Ethics

  • The importance of patient confidentiality
  • Integrity and ethics within a hypnotherapy practice
  • When it might be better to partner with a co-therapist
  • How to maintain patient records
  • When to terminate treatment
  • Ethical and legal business management and practice
  • The current status of hypnosis and codes of practice
  • Medical and psychological contraindications of hypnosis
  • The importance of requesting feedback and follow-up
  • Recognition of psychiatric illnesses and when to refer
  • Establishing clear guidelines regarding duration and cost

Practitioner Development

  • CBT, humanistic and psychodynamic psychology
  • Research methodology related to hypnosis
  • The history of hypnosis as a therapeutic approach
  • objective evaluation of professional skill development
  • The need and value of supervision and ongoing training
  • Basic physiology and anatomy
  • Recent developments in brain science related to the mind
  • Recognition of how previous treatment may affect therapy

The Hypnotic Relationship

  •  Developing a caring and sincere approach to those in need.
  •  Patients’ general health and lifestyle management.
  •  Appropriate social and relationship skills for patients.
  •  Local resources and support groups are available to patients.
  •  Identifying the patient’s expectations regarding outcomes
  • Transference and countertransference
  • Motivating patients to be an active part of the treatment.
  • Secondary or external influences that affect therapy
  • Contextualizing treatment to the patient’s environment
  • How to clearly communicate therapeutic options
  • How emotions can affect patients decisions and perception
  • How to negotiate mutually acceptable therapeutic outcomes
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of treatment

These 10 Lectures in this part are:

  • 11. The Swish Technique
  • 12. Sorting for patterns of association
  • 13. Adjunctive Suggestions
  • 14. The Third Person Dissociation
  • 15. Surprise Technique Inductions
  • 16. Catalepsy
  • 17. Symptom Substitution and Resolution
  • 18. Arm Levitation Inductions
  • 19. Automatic Writing
  • 20. The Relationship Between Cause and Symptom

Keep improving yourself today with this “Hypnotherapy Lectures – Part 2 – Stephen Brooks” course at only [$147]


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