A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE IN HYPNOSIS SCIENCE

Dr. Peter Litchfield
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A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE IN HYPNOSIS SCIENCE

 

Rethink hypnosis. 

Understand hypnosis as learning, that includes behavior, cognition, and physiology.

Learn a new Skills Model of Hypnosis.

Understand, use, and apply hypnosis from an educational perspective.

Help you clients bring heart, mind, and physiology together.

 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

LEARN TO:

apply hypnosis from a behavioral-skills perspective, 

demystify hypnosis in new, different, and useful ways

use new hypnosis-imaginal strategies for habit analysis

use hypnosis-imaginal strategies for habit modification

use hypnosis in performance training settings

assist clients in learning psychophysiological change

interview clients from a hypnosis perspective

make hypnosis a part of your professional practice

partner with your clients in hypnotic self-explorations

integrate hypnosis with Cognitive Behavior Therapy

integrate hypnosis and related techniques, e.g meditation

integrate hypnosis strategies with self-help techniques

integrate hypnosis science with breathing science 

integrate humor and play with hypnotic strategies

explore and understand multiple selves with hypnosis

 

COURSE ONE 

Rethinking Hypnosis: Science, Myth, and New Formulations

 

Mezmer, Freud, and Fake news models of hypnosis

Hypnosis in ancient sacred traditions

Theodore X. Barber and Milton H. Erickson

A skills model vs the trance model

Traditional hypnotic inductions

The magic number in communications

Three- factor theory of hypnotic responsiveness

The physiology of hypnotic behavioral interventions

Hypnotic skill training exercises

Measuring Hypnotic “susceptibility”

Stage hypnosis vs clinical hypnosis

Informal hypnotic communication

Autogenic Training: A hypnosis meditation science

Hypnosis and breathing psychology and physiology

Hypnotic experience

Rapid and other hypnotic inductions

Misconceptions, misinformation, and resistance

Placebo effects and the role pf hypnotic inductions

Misconceptions, misinformation, and resistance

Placebo effects and the role of hypnotic suggestion 

The HYPNOTIC LIFESTYLE

Hypnosis, education and ethics

The ART of hypnotic communication 

 

FRIDAYS: 9:00-13.00 MOUNTAIN TIME

March 5,12,19,26

 

COURSE TWO

Hypnotic Communications: Application and Styles

 

Appling autogenic training

Partial fractionation

The “Parts Model” of hypnotic utulization

Multiple perspectives of hypnotic interventions

Habit control: emotional release vs cognitive 

Inner voice: meditation and psychedelic research

Hypnotic Reframing: misunderstood, misused talents

Guided self-exploration with hypnosis, e.g time distort

Hypnotic strategies for identifying symptom bridges

Creating FLOW states and hypnosis

Self-hypnosis for you and your clients

Neurosculpting brain plasticity and hypnosis

NLP vs hypnosis

Performance enhancement

Laugher yoga, play, breathing, and hypnosis

Black belt skills in hypnosis: a review of possibilities

Case Studies: examples relevant to your clients

 

FRIDAYS: 9:00-13.00 MOUNTAIN TIME

April 2,9,16,23

 

COURSE THREE

Hypnotic Applications: Behavior, Cognition, Physiology

 

Pain Management

Pleasure enhancement

Brain optimization

Progressive muscle relaxation

Applications with the elderly 

Applications with children

Applications in education and business

Stress management training

Applications in hospital settings

Client compliance through hypnosis

hypnosis and creativity, e.g the performing arts

hypnotic adventures in wonderland

hypnosis in cyberspace

hypnotic awareness as a meditation practice

practice protocols for honing hypnosis skills

integrating the art and science of hypnosis

hypnotic immunization in a hypnotic world

spiritual exploration with hypnosis

 

FRIDAYS: 9:00-13:00 MOUNTAIN TIME

May 7, 14, 21, 28

Course Features

  • Duration 20 hours
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  • Skill level Advanced levels
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