Description of Advanced Hypnosis Techniques
- Overview of the various techniques of induction. Demonstration and exercises.
- Self-hypnosis: an important part of hypnosis.
- How, why and when hypnotic phenomena can cure pain.
- Psychic pain that causes physical ailments.
- Chains, which can be achieved with or without the help of psychotherapy.
- Structuring treatment under domestic constraints patient.
- Non-prescriptive, the so-called Ericksonian Hypnosis got its name from Milton Erickson, an internationally recognized therapist practitioner, art that borders on magic.
Work process is divided into two stages: the distraction of consciousness – aiming light trance – and the conversation with the unconscious, which is well aware of tales knows what is good and evil, but poorly versed in the theorems. That is why Erickson surprisingly metaphorical language. Distracting consciousness metaphor helps to achieve the unconscious.
About Betty Alice Erickson
Betty – practicing psychotherapist in Dallas. Chief Editor of the journal of Milton H. Erickson Foundation. Author of numerous articles. Education – high school teacher, a specialized field of work with emotionally unstable teenagers, using various methods of psychotherapy and hypnosis. Recognized worldwide as a lecturer and teacher of Erickson hypnosis, psychotherapy and brief therapy.