INTRODUCTION TO HYPNOSIS AND HYPNOTHERAPY

AT THE END OF THIS MODULE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Identify and clear the blocks holding you back and create a plan for the future.

  • Learn about the structures and functions of the conscious and unconscious mind, your nervous system, and the latest neuroscience so you can program your mind for your ultimate success.

  • Master self-hypnosis and learn what hypnosis is for your own personal and professional development.

  • Discover what a hypnotherapy session entails and what setting up a hypnotherapy practice involves.

  • Explain, experience and practice suggestibility, inductions, deepeners, suggestions and trance termination to access and reprogram the subconscious with hypnosis.

  • Understand the importance of tone and rhythm with hypnosis and guided meditation and how to develop a hypnotic voice.

  • Design, record and edit a guided meditation/hypnosis mp3 for yourself and others.

  • Learn several powerful hypnotic metaphors to help release issues at the subconscious level.

  • The history of hypnosis and hypnotherapy and learn why it’s so effective.

  • The principles and terminology of hypnotherapy as well as the issues hypnotherapy is useful for and who it’s not helpful for.

  • The myths about hypnosis and what’s the truth.

  • The brain in hypnosis, the levels of trance, how to successfully access and identify the different brain wave levels to have a scientific understanding of hypnotic phenomena.

  • The therapists that were the greatest contributors to developing hypnotherapy into the therapy it is today – bringing hypnotherapy mainstream.

  • The styles of hypnotherapy – indirect and direct, permissive and authoritarian – and when and who to use them with.

  • You will also continue to learn and deepen your practice on how to use hypnotize someone and assess hypnotizabilty as well as using physical gestures and movements in hypnotherapy.

  • You will discover the five main objectives of hypnotherapy, goal oriented collaboration, suggestion and imagery, discovering the cause of the issue, releasing and clearing, and subconscious relearning and reframing.

  • The difference between working with children, adults and teenagers and how to adjust your approach with each age group.