TRAINING I – INTRODUCTION TO HYPNOSIS
What is hypnosis?
The nature of hypnosis
How hypnosis achieves its effect
The benefits of hypnosis
Definitions of hypnosis
Where does hypnosis come from?
Hypnosis time line
How does hypnosis work?
Theories on hypnosis
Brain wave patterns
Theory of the mind
Rules of the mind
What is self hypnosis?
Misconceptions about self hypnosis
Self hypnosis conditioning
Ten steps to self hypnosis
Self hypnosis script
TRAINING II – PRINCIPLES OF HYPNOTHERAPY
What is hypnotherapy?
How to practice hypnotherapy
Stages of hypnosis
Establishing interpersonal rapport
Neuro Linguistic Programming
Establishing therapeutic rapport
Focal point induction
Eye roll induction
Progressive relaxation induction
Safe place induction
Hand levitation technique
TRAINING III – CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY PRACTICE
Allows someone to look at their own problems as if they belonged to someone else.
Allows someone to review the information they hold about their past and then re-organize it in a way that will bring about a new desired outcome.
Allows someone to program the future with the changes they are making right now.
Allows someone to overcome unwanted unconscious responses by having them experience situations where they can bring about their desired outcomes.
Designed for someone who does not feel that they possess the resources needed to accomplish their goals.
Designed for someone who says, “I really want to change, but a part of me won’t let it happen.”
Mind Link Technique
Allows someone to take a negative state and link it with a positive outcome. Very effective for depression, stress, frustration and anger.
Phobia Release Technique
Designed for use with phobias.
Designed for pain management.