Continuing Professional Development Hypnotherapy: Rapid Inductions

 

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LONDON


HypnoTC
(Kate Beaven-Marks)
Venue: Royal Horseguards Hotel Whitehall LONDON


Re No: 2946
RAPID THERAPY TECHNIQUES FOR HYPNOTHERAPISTS
24th February 2019, 9.30am – 5pm
£125
Many hypnotherapists are taught the lengthy “relaxation model” approach to creating the state of hypnosis, and indeed approaches such as this can be very useful in a range of situations. However, at other times, you will need a more dynamic approach to get your patient or client hypnotised quickly. There also may be occasions where you have limited time to work with the person, and need rapid solutions to effectively help them address issues and create change.
Our fast-paced and highly interactive Rapid Therapy Approaches workshop will provide you with the tools to work quickly and effectively in a range of healthcare and consulting environments, as well as offering appropriate approaches for educational and informative demonstrations, with both individuals and groups.
During our Rapid Therapy Approaches course, you will have the opportunity to learn and practice at least 15 different rapid tests, inductions, deepeners, including:
•Permissive
•Authoritative
•Simple
•Direct & Indirect
•Surprise
•Confusion
•Overload
Together with rapid therapeutic techniques addressing:
•Behavioural (habit change)
•Analytical (insight generation / sub-conscious change)
•Cognitive (addressing limiting beliefs)
•Ego-strengthening
•Goal achievement
A detailed manual will accompany the workshop and you will receive a Certificate of Attendance, displaying the number of CPD hours. This workshop is designed for hypnotists, hypnotherapists and NLP practitioners who have had some practical experience of hypnosis inductions and therapy.
Kate Beaven-Marks is a highly qualified and diversely experienced clinical hypnotist and hypnotherapist, with extensive specialist training including medical hypnosis, NLP, REBT, H-CBT, EMDR, IEMT, addictions and trauma. Kate is an experienced clinical supervisor, and Approved Supervisor with the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR) and British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH). Her skills and knowledge are supported by six years of research into hypnotherapy teaching and learning for her Doctorate, together with Masters degrees in Psychology and Health Management.
She has therapy practices in West London and East London, and also works with a London teaching hospital, providing training for medical staff and also using hypnotherapy with in-patients and day cases.
Kate teaches with HypnoTC, both on the practitioner training and CPD. In addition, using her extensive research knowledge and skills, Kate lectures on research topics in a London University, supervising and examining MSc. Degree research students.
With a keen interest in raising standards within the profession, she is a member of the Hypnotherapy Profession Specific Board with the voluntary regulator, the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and is also Chair of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH). In addition, she writes articles for prominent publications, and regularly speaks at both national and international conferences.

 

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