Hypnosis & Treating Depression
This workshop will take place in four, 4-hour segments.
Dates: June 15, 16, 22 and 23
Times: 16:00 to 20:00 in Poland (this will be 7:00 am -11:00 am Pacific Daylight Time in the USA)
It is designed for those health care professionals currently using clinical hypnosis in their practice who wish to develop their skills in applying clinical hypnosis in the treatment of depression. It is being offered by the Polski Instytut Ericksonowski.
This workshop will be taught in English but translated into Polish.
This is Phase 1 (OPEN to new participants) of a multi-phase training and participants must register for the entire training to participate. There is no partial attendance. Once the training begins on January 26, 2022, no new participants may join this course.
This 100-hour clinical hypnosis and strategic psychotherapy course is a comprehensive training for health care professionals only to learn and integrate the skills of clinical hypnosis into their practice.
Traditionally, we have offered this course as an in-person live event in the beautiful coastal city of Carlsbad, California. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. in March, 2020 it prompted us to complete our 2020 100-Hour training online. It proved to be a much better experience than we were expecting and participants were pleased to have completed the training in this way. As a result, we are conducting our 2021 training online and the feedback to date has been great appreciation for the opportunity to be able to participate since the in-person option would not have been possible for many of the participants. We have made the decision that this online option remains most desirable for 2022.
The small group cohesiveness becomes an integral part of this training experience as no new participants can join the group once it begins. Michael Yapko's structured approach to teaching, his humor and emphasis on practical and hands-on learning makes this an outstanding professional and personal experience. Despite concerns that the online format would interfere with the group cohesiveness and practice sessions, that has not been the case. We are able to maintain the small group practice sessions and participants get alot of practice with each other deepening their connection.