Date(s) - September 16, 2022
7:00 am - 10:15 am
Title: Re-discovering Hypnosis Again for the First Time:
The Utilization of Attentional Processes in Short-Term Psychotherapies
Time: 10:00 am -11:30 am (Eastern Time in the USA/Canada) Check your local time
Many therapists appreciate mindfulness which is often described as “attention without intention.” The powerful and relevant question to ask, then is this: How does focusing WITH intention give rise to even more successful clinical interventions? In this dynamic webinar, we will explore how focused attention and well-structured suggestions can give rise to dramatic shifts in perception. These shifts can facilitate adaptive cognitive and emotional processes and thereby enhance psychological and physical well-being.
Title: Process-Oriented Hypnosis: Being General Deliberately to Produce Specific Results
Time: 11:45 am -1:15 pm (Eastern Time in the USA/Canada) Check your local time
As advances are made to better understanding the power of focus in shaping one’s subjective perceptions and even one’s physiology, the field of clinical hypnosis has played an especially. important role in this ongoing process of discovery. Just as there are many different models of psychotherapy, each with different foundational philosophies and methods, there are many different model of hypnosis. In this presentation we’ll explore the gentle style of process-oriented hypnotic intervention based upon my most recent book by the same title. The emphasis will be on targeting the structural components of problems rather than their content. This means thriving to understand how the client generates their symptomatic experience rather than attempting to explain why.