Introduction To Hypnotherapy Weekend
The Addictive Mind
July 07th & 08th
Working With The Pain That Could Be Evident Once The Behaviour Has Changed
Space Permitting - This Weekend Can Be Attended For Continues Professional Development, CPD
Fee : £200
2 ) Weight lose
3) Alcohol dependency
4) Emotional eating
5) All substance addictions
6) Behavioural addictions
7) The use and requirement for metaphors.
8) Utilising Milton Erickson's paradoxical interventions.
9) Ideo motor techniques for communication with the unconscious mind.
10) Utilising sub modalities for pain control
11) Working with pain
Held by James, with thirty five years clinical experience brought to the training.
It is said that there are more than 4.5 billion smokers worldwide; certainly the volume of people contacting you this year for help with smoking cessation, alcohol abuse and addictions to other stimulants will be a substantial part of your workload, and yet this area can be the most complex to work with.
We all have a series of habits peculiar to us as individuals, which of course we include in everything that we do, especially with a stress-related behaviour.
These addictions need to be addressed for your client to fully experience the richness of life for themselves, within a relationship or as a parent.
These therapeutic appointments often take more than one session, your client may require support to address the issues that the addiction has managed.
This will probably be your largest area of referrals from the medical profession, which recognises hypnotherapy as a successful approach to clients suffering with addiction and addictive behaviour.
This Introduction To Hypnotherapy Weekend aims to give you the tools to substantially improve your skills and ability to help your client take control.
These two days will address, the hypnotic interventions required, whilst working with any type of addiction, smoking, food, chemical use, alcohol & the behavioural addictions such as work, sex & behavioural responses.
Whilst our brain operates on a singular pattern of survival which creates the addiction, the reasons for developing the habit and behaviour are as varied as the clients that you will work with.
This is the course for you if you are looking to understand people and want to learn how to work with the individual The Syllabus Includes:
The initial consultation, how to translate the client's explanation into a therapeutic elimination of the habit
Working with the addictive part of the personality
Food, Alcohol, Nicotine - therapeutic use or addiction?
What other habits are being built into the habits of addiction?
What need is the addiction satiating?
How do you best help your client?
This individualised approach to addiction, smoking cessation, emotional eating, alcohol dependency etc, is incredibly successful.
The therapeutic interventions are comprehensively covered and scripts supplied.
The approach used is client specific, and so addresses the individuals needs and not reliant on a singular script to be used with all clients, where one size will not fit all.
This Introduction To Hypnotherapy weekend would be suitable for the therapist who is looking to work innovatively with the client toward success.