Tue02Jun20207:30-9:30 pm (EDT)Online, wherever you have an internet connection
Free Webinar Online-Hypnotic Idea Exchange
This is a free webinar on June 2nd BUT YOU MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND BY FRIDAY, MAY 29th.
This meeting will bring together leading experts and practitioners of hypnosis to discuss COVID-related ambiguity and uncertainty and how to help people cope. It will offer participants: 1) a set of practical ideas from a panel of experts – ideas that can be readily applied in their hypnotic work as well as their own lives, 2) a forum to share creative hypnotic ideas of their own with each other and the panel, and 3) virtually, a source of professional community and camaraderie during these unprecedented, uncertain and unfathomable times.
Panel of Experts
Michael Yapko, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist in Fallbrook, CA, will present the topic of All We Don’t Know About COVID-19: Addressing the Risk Factor of Ambiguity in Hypnosis. He will detail a hypnosis strategy for helping clients recognize and better tolerate ambiguity. Dr. Yapko is author of the seminal text Trancework.
Daniel Radesca, MD, Director, Uruguay Hypnosis Center, Montevideo, Uruguay, International Consultant, and Member of The Eastern Society of Clinical Hypnosis (TESCH) will present iTRADE: A Self-Hypnosis Technique to Reduce Stress in Uncertain Times – a technique Dr. Radesca created for health professionals.
Dana Lebo, Ph.D., Psychologist in Chapel Hill, NC, will present the topic In Uncertain Times “My Voice Will Go with You.” She is President of the North Carolina Society of Clinical Hypnosis (NCSCH), an Executive Coach, Brain & Body Health Consultant & author of Ace the Essay: How to Master the Timed Writing Process.
Mon26Apr2021Thu29Apr202109:00 to 12:00 (PST)ONLINE EVENT
Keys to Addressing Depression Realistically ONLINE EVENT
This is a live-online event which you can join from anywhere in the world as long as you have a wi-fi connection and a computer, tablet or mobile phone. We will meet for 3 hours from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm in California (PST) on four consecutive days: April 26, 27, 28, 29, 2021.
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The quality of people’s thinking, the quality of people’s relationships, and the need to be active in learning effective behaviors are all vital to helping someone recover from depression. These insights are the foundation for the discussions and skill-building activities provided in this 12-hour highly practical webinar offered in four separate sections.
April 26, 2020 9:00-12 noon in California (PST)
April 27, 2020 9:00-12 noon in California (PST)
April 28, 2020 9:00-12 noon in California (PST)
April 29, 2020 9:00-12 noon in California (PST