Thu28Mar2019Sun31Mar2019San Antonio, Texas
"Empowering Clients to Make Better Decisions: Resilience is Good but Prevention is Better."
Plenary Speech: "
Where's the Strength in Ego-Strengthening?"
"Process-Oriented Hypnosis: Being General Specifically to Produce Specific Results"
Depression is now the single greatest cause of human suffering and disability around the world. Evidence is growing that biology is less a factor in depressions spread while social forces must be recognized as the greater factor. In this one-day presentation we will explore the evidence that depression is much more a social than medical problem and consider the implications of that recognition for effective intervention. Specific skills and strategies for managing and even preventing depression will be presented.
This two day workshop explores ways hypnosis can be strategically applied in the treatment of depression.
Co-Sponsored by The Norwegian Association of Clinical Hypnosis and The Regional Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Registration link forthcoming
This is Part 1 (OPEN to new participants) of a 4-part training and participants must register for all parts to participate.
Part 1: August 22-24, 2019
Part 2: August 26-28, 2019
Part 3: October 24-26, 2019
Part 4: October 28-30, 2019
This 12-day intensive clinical hypnosis and strategic psychotherapy program is a comprehensive training for health professionals to learn and integrate the skills of clinical hypnosis into their practice. The group cohesiveness becomes an integral part of this training experience as no new participants can join the group once it begins at part one. 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.
This course is sponsored by The Department of Continuing Education, University of Iceland.
Fri15Nov2019Sun17Nov2019Mexico City, MEXICO
This 3-day workshop will focus on the ways clinical hypnosis can be integrated into goal-oriented psychotherapy.
Day 1 Topic: The Discriminating Therapist: The "How" Question and Ways Bad Decisions Can Give Rise to Peoples' Problems.
Day 2 Topic: Rumination and Behavioral Activation: Helping Clients Take Meaningful Action in Therapy.
Day 3 Topic: Dissociation as a Therapeutic Ally: Hypnosis as a Vehicle for Enhancing Compartmentalization Skills.
For more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Details to follow.
Conference presenter, multiple presentations.
Sponsored by The Milton H. Erickson Foundation
Registration link forthcoming
100-Hour Training in Clinical Hypnosis & Strategic Psychotherapy
This is Phase 1 (OPEN to new participants) of a 3-part training and participants must register for all 3 phases to participate.
- Phase 1:June 24-28, 2020 (Wed.-Sun.)
- Phase 2:July 29-August 2, 2020 (Wed.-Sun.)
- Phase 3: September 9-13, 2020 (Wed.-Sun.)
This 100-hour clinical hypnosis and strategic psychotherapy course is a comprehensive training for health professionals to learn and integrate the skills of clinical hypnosis into their practice. 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.
to watch videos about this course and preview a general outline of each phase.
Registration link with additional details will be posted here when all details have been finalized.