Introduction To Hypnotherapy Weekend March 23rd & 24th 2019 NLP Meets Positive Psychology Reasons To Be Grateful NLP Within Hypnotherapy
The brain learns and recalls through an Anchoring process.
Responses, behaviour and feelings can be anchored into situations and memories of experiences. These can be recalled, stored and even transferred to other situations and experiences.
If the client can be confident in one situation we are able to transfer this confidence to another experience, the client may be confident within a work roll, this can be used to develop a confidence in a social situation.
NLP Accessing Cues
Our eyes movements are not random but display which part of the brain being accessed through a thought pattern; previously understood information or constructed etc. This allows us to understand the part of the brain being accessed at any time during a conversation.
The clients predominant modalities can be ascertained by a VATK test. adjusting the sub-modalities experienced in a difficult situation changes the clients response to that situation.
Reconstructing The Learning Experience
The client has learned to adapt to his environment. This learning experience can be reconstructed, so the current response is more constructive for the client.
The Client Personality Profile
We all have a personality profile, our individual personality profile predicts our strengths and weaknesses. Modifying this profile will help the client to become more resilient to previous vulnerabilities.
Swish like anchoring can be used to rewire the brain. by confusing a situation in the clients mind confidence, calm, relaxation, enthusiasm, motivation and even energy can be confused into a situation or experience lacking in the required response.
Our brain responds to our perception of an experience and not the factual happening. By reframing the perception of an experience we feel different.
There is little if any difference between fear, anxiety and excitement, the physiological changes are similar, however, if we change the experience of fear to excitement we feel and respond very differently.
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To Gratitude and happiness. As below.
Michael & Manuala Enjoying The SCCP Hypnotherapy Diploma
Dissociation. Reintegration & Reconstruction Of Developmental Models
Parts therapy and negotiation.
Rogers noted that the therapist needs to be congruent and the client in-congruent. We all have these internal debates, there might be a part of us that wants to lose weight and look slimmer and another part that enjoys food, a little to much. These separate parts can be negotiated with.
Integration and consolidation of the future experience.
The new understanding might be agreed on and reintegrated with a fresh new understanding of the future, with constructive new behaviour and an agreed congruence within the client.
Consolidation of constructive change.
Change requires repetition to become a new way of accepted being this can best be achieved quickly and effectively with NLP and hypnotherapy.
Symptom Signaling to Apposition of Opposites
There are times when the client might experience uncomfortable feelings in the therapy session, what better time to take advantage of the clients real life experience by allowing the client to display their feelings whilst converting the clients experience into a therapeutic intervention.
No Prior Experience Required - An Interest In Learning & Development Essential
April 21st & 22nd 2018
Facilitating this weekend, James is an NLP Master Trainer and Surrey College of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy Principle.
'In my clinical practice I use an eclectic mix of therapeutic approaches and include NLP in some form, everyday.
Date: March 23rd & 24th 2019
Duration: Two Day Workshop
Course Fee: £220
Location: University of Surrey