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Stephen Brooks – Hypnotherapy Lectures – Part 1

The course is based on 120 essential skills and techniques covering the following areas:Indirect Hypnosis Principles Stephen Brooks - Hypnotherapy Lectures -
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The course is based on 120 essential skills and techniques covering the following areas:

Indirect Hypnosis Principles 




Stephen Brooks - Hypnotherapy Lectures - Part 1


Stephen Brooks - Hypnotherapy Lectures - Part 1


The course is based on 120 essential skills and techniques covering the following areas:

Indirect Hypnosis Principles

- The Interactional Approach

- The Intrapersonal Approach

- Implication, compression and economic language

- Symptom Substitution and Resolution


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- The Relationship Between Cause and Symptom

- Response Attentiveness

- Achieving Positive Outcomes

- Communicating with the Unconscious

- Identifying Verifiable Goals

- Values, Criteria and Beliefs

- Abreaction and Trauma

- Identifying Sabotage Strategies

- Therapeutic Orientation - Change or Improvement?

- Motivating the Patient to Stay in Therapy

- Future Pacing

- Secondary Gains and Indirect Benefits

- Weaning Patients Off Therapy

- Understanding the Patient’s metaphors

- Contextualising Change

- Organic metaphors and Symptom Based metaphors

- Developing Advanced Strategies to Deal With Failure

- Pursuing Relevance

- The Structure of Learned Experience

- The Irrationality and Framing Model

- Contextual and Time frames

- Benefits and Costs

- The Laws of Attachment and Non-attachment

- Decision Making Personality Types

- Anchoring and Conditioning

- Feedback Loops

- The Laws of Reversed and Concentrated Effort

- The Laws of Positive Expectancy and Reinforcement

- The Laws of Observation, Utilization and Reframing

Indirect Hypnosis Techniques

- Hypnotic Time Distortion

- Favourite Activity and Leisure Trance Inductions

- Pseudo-Orientation in Time in Hypnosis

- Positive Negative Integration in Hypnosis

- The Third Person Dissociation

- Hypnotic Catalepsy

- Arm Levitation Inductions

- Automatic Writing in Hypnosis

- Unconscious Negotiation in Hypnosis

- Recalling Previous Trance as an Induction

- Surprise Technique Inductions

- Therapeutic metaphor

- The Multiple Mirror Therapeutic Induction

- Age Regression Techniques

- Paradoxical Intervention

- The Old Master Induction

- Indirect Utilisation of Sub-modalities

- Uptime Downtime Induction

- Utilising The Patient’s Needs As A Motivational Strategy

- Stop Smoking Strategy

- Inducing Amnesia

- The Self-Suggestion Induction

- Teaching Your Patient Self-Hypnosis

- The Four Seasons Induction

- Crystal Gazing and Multiple Screens

- Non Verbal Inductions

- Ideo-Motor Signaling

- The My Friend John Induction

- Cellular Healing Therapy

- The Early Learning Set Induction

- Scrambling Symptoms

- Ambiguous Task Assignments

- Eye Fixation and Distraction Inductions

- The Confusion Induction

- Deep Trance Identification

- Hypnosis for Pain Control and Anaesthesia

Indirect Hypnosis Skills

- Taking the Patient’s History

- High Quality Information Gathering

- Creating and Applying Therapeutic Nominalisations

- Recognising the Minimal Cues of Trance

- Creating Dependent Suggestions

- Open Questioning

- Positive and Reverse frames and Negative Tags

- Sorting for patterns of association

- Adjunctive Suggestions

- Calibrating to Positive & Negative Response Cues

- Responding to Polarity Responses

- Classes of Double Binds

- Passive Response Suggestions

- Using Therapeutic & Hypnotic Double Entendre

- Post Hypnotic Suggestions

- Serial Suggestions

- Challenging Negative Nominalisations

- Sensory Based Predicates

- Open-ended Suggestions

- Resource Accessing


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- Facial Symmetry Calibration

- Insertive Eye Contact

- Recognising Patients’ Subjective Interpretations

- Casting Doubt and Challenging a Patient’s Interpretations

- Getting Video Descriptions and Sequence Responses

- Designing Therapeutic Tasks

- Prescribing and Delivering Tasks

- Developing a Compassionate Empowering Personality

Integrity and Ethics

- The importance of patient confidentiality

- Integrity and ethics within a hypnotherapy practice

- When it might be better to partner with a co-therapist

- How to maintain patient records

- When to terminate treatment

- Ethical and legal business management and practice

- The current status of hypnosis and codes of practice

- Medical and psychological contraindications of hypnosis

- The importance of requesting feedback and follow-up

- Recognition of psychiatric illnesses and when to refer

- Establishing clear guidelines regarding duration and cost

Practitioner Development

- CBT, humanistic and psychodynamic psychology

- Research methodology related to hypnosis

- The history of hypnosis as a therapeutic approach

- objective evaluation of professional skill development

- The need and value of supervision and ongoing training

- Basic physiology and anatomy

- Recent developments in brain science related to the mind

- Recognition of how previous treatment may affect therapy

The Hypnotic Relationship

- Developing a caring and sincere approach to those in need.

- Patients general health and lifestyle management.

- Appropriate social and relationship skills for patients.

- Local resources and support groups available to patients.

- Identifying the patient’s expectations regarding outcomes

- Transference and counter transference

- Motivating patients to be an active part of the treatment.

- Secondary or external influences that affect therapy

- Contextualizing treatment to the patient’s environment

- How to clearly communicate therapeutic options

- How emotions can affect patients decisions and perception

- How to negotiate mutually acceptable therapeutic outcomes

- Evaluating the effectiveness of treatment

These 10 Lectures in this part are:

01. Taking the Patient’s History

02. High Quality Information Gathering

03. Time Distortion

04. Favourite Activity and Leisure Trance Inductions

05. Creating and Applying Therapeutic Nominalisations

06. Pseudo-Orientation in Time

07. Recognising the Minimal Cues of Trance

08. Creating Dependent Suggestions

09. Open Questioning

10. Positive and Reverse frames


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