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 17979 - Hypnotic Deepening: Navigating Rhythms of the Body-Mind $16.00   
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Hypnotic Deepening: Navigating Rhythms of the Body-Mind

George P. Glaser, MSW, DAHBCSW


This workshop offers methods for exploring and analyzing the rhythmic components inherent in the hypnotic/ therapeutic process. One might consider hypnotic induction and deepening as 'musical' or 'poetic' experiences complete with shifting tempos and rhythms, regardless of whether we are speaking of a rapid induction or a more leisurely psychotherapeutic session. It is the presenter's contention that awareness of such rhythms offers the professional a valuable tool in individualizing their therapeutic approaches, especially regarding elements of hypnotic deepening.

Deepening is best approached in an individualized manner, facilitated by the hypnotist's use of naturalistic/somatic language based on the patient's observable physiological, cognitive and emotional processes. This approach focuses on the notion that hypnotic response and deepening are highly responsive to the quality of the hypnotist-client/patient relationship. The match between the therapist's style and language and the client/patient's needs and response styles, are essential, regardless of the client's level of hypnotic ability.

Two forms of deepening will be examined: one involving a formal induction containing both standard and naturalistic hypnotic elements; the other involving an examination of how to utilize a person's existing meditative and imaginal rhythms as a starting point in the hypnotic experience. Teaching will be accomplished through lecture, demonstration/ video, audience involvement and participant practice. These ideas and practices are relevant in a variety of healthcare environments. The presenter's primary clinical experience has been in public and private outpatient settings dealing with anxiety, mood disorders, and pain-related issues.

 





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