Ericksonian Hypnosis Module - 4 Day Intensive Practitioner Course
If you are interested in learning how the use of language can really effect change in people, then this module will fascinate you. Milton Erickson was a noted American doctor, psychiatrist and hypnotist, known for his unique approach to clients and therapy. Erickson has inspired many therapists with his direct, artfully vague and permissive techniques as well as his direct and confusional style. Ericksonian Hypnosis is also an important element of NLP, so you will learn some really effective NLP interventions as well as hypnotic trance techniques. In this module you will discover how language reflects and creates our world and how as an Ericksonian hypnotherapist you can use entrancing language to help your clients make desired changes.
You will learn:
The background and history of Milton Erickson
Effective communication skills (NLP Meta & Milton Models)
To create a resourceful state for yourself and others
How to induce hypnosis through Direct, Indirect & Confusional methods
Utilisation methods for resourcefulness and hypnotic induction
To help clients change how they view things through re-framing
The power of metaphor and storytelling in the consultation room
Provocative, Humourous and Ordeal Therapy
The therapeutic uses of NLP Timeline Strategies
And many more skills and techniques...
This intensive four-day practitioner course will teach you how to build deep levels of rapport with others to facilitate rapid, positive change. You will learn how to use metaphor, confusion and indirect hypnosis to help your clients release unhelpful emotions and limiting beliefs. Ericksonian techniques can be very subtle, very straightforward or magical and using them could really help your clients feel happier. This module is available as a stand-alone professional Practitioner Certificate for counsellors or psychotherapists or can be combined with four further modules to attain the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma.
Training resources are provided with each module along with practical and written assignments.