Cindy Locher is offering an Accelerated Level 1 program in June 2017.
Dates: Monday, June 12 through Sunday, June 18, 2017
Contact Cindy Locher directly for class fees and registration information: firstname.lastname@example.org
This class is limited to 8 students; currently 6 seats are available (as of this posting).
If previous Level 1 courses didn’t work out for you because of the more lengthy schedule, this is your opportunity to complete your Level 1 Hypnotherapy program in a fun and fast accelerated program!
Who is this training for?
–Those already in a helping profession looking to add hypnotherapy to their skill set;
–Those who took a hypnosis training previously but did not achieve the confidence to practice;
–Those looking for a new, fulfilling career;
–And those who are looking to better understand the human mind for their own personal development.
What you will learn
The Level 1 Hypnotherapy curriculum is a broad curriculum in client-centered hypnotherapy, designed to give you a solid foundation upon which to build more sophisticated skills and your hypnosis career. Level 1 covers:
Students completing this course satisfactorily will be conferred the title of Master Hypnotist.
Course Texts: The Art of Hypnosis and The Art of Hypnotherapy, C. Roy Hunter
-Introduction to Hypnosis. Overview of history of hypnosis; demonstrations and explanations.
-A day in the life of a hypnotherapist; first contact, consultation, forms, practice.
-Demonstration of power of imagination, establishing type of induction to use; client agreements.
-Nature of hypnosis and the nature of suggestion.
-Myths and misconceptions about hypnosis.
-The Rules of the Mind
-A scientific understanding of hypnosis: brainwaves and neurology of trance states
-Conducting suggestibility tests.
-Using suggestibility tests to understand your client’s suggestibility type.
-The six basic induction types; explanation of induction types, techniques, discussion, and demonstrations.
-Finding the right induction for your client
-The 7 ways the mind goes into the hypnotic state.
-Deepening and Awakening.
-Testing for depth & convincers; Ideomotor responses; supervised practice.
-Recognizing the outward signs of trance.
-Convincers & Post Hypnotic Suggestions; learn to convince the client they are truly hypnotized.
-Utilization principle; ratifying trance states.
-Differences between theraputic and non-theraputic suggestions, direct and indirect suggestions
and suggestion structure.
-How hypnotherapy differs from other therapies.
-Authoritarian/Paternal & Direct/Permissive styles
-Conducting the pre‑induction interview; eliciting information from the client.
-Establishing realistic goals with the client.
-Scope of practice and ethics of the profession.
-The Peaceful Place technique.
-The Four Cornerstones of Successful Hypnotherapy: Suggestion and imagery, discover the cause, release, subconscious relearning.
-Developing your hypnotic presence: use of voice and vocal modulation, pacing, volume, to create and manage trance.
-The Benefits Approach: Suggestibility & imagination, imaging benefits of new habits, scripting.
-Guided imagery, programmed imagery, open-screen imagery, desensitization, reframing, object projection, verbalizing, pitfalls.
-Metaphor as a learning tool for release & relearning.
-Fork in the Road; Garden; Home in the Mind metaphors and others.
-Paris Window technique.
-Kinesthetic metaphor for release.
-Anchoring and Triggers
-Uncovering Subconscious Blocks: Techniques to help discover the cause(s) of subconscious resistance to change, ideo‑motor responding, subconscious psychodynamics;
introduction to regression techniques.
-Basics of Regression Therapy
-Recognizing and handling abreactions.
-Subconscious Direct Questioning Technique
-Strategies for Weight Release, Smoking Cessation and Stress Management.