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Hypnosis Basics

with Selected Topics

Relating to Hypnosis

and Hypnotherapy

Crowne Plaza- Northbrook, IL

May 8-9, 2020

10 CEs

For LPC/LCPC; LSW/LCSW; Psychologists; LMFT

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Hotel Sleeping rooms @ $/night plus tax.

Crowne Plaza Northbrook-

Roy Hunter is the published author of several books that are highly praised by professionals; and he is an experienced trainer with a strong background in sales.

In addition to teaching professional hypnosis and advanced techniques to professionals around the world, he teaches self-hypnosis to groups and clients for personal or professional motivation. The Art of Hypnosis (3rd Edition, Crown House Publishing, 2010), is required reading at many schools of hypnosis around the world. The professional hypnosis training course he wrote and developed is currently taught by other instructors. Roy was inducted into the International Hypnosis Hall of Fame in April of 2000 for his written contributions to the field of hypnotherapy.

His parts therapy text, Hypnosis for InnerConflict Resolution: Introducing Parts Therapy (Crown House Publishing, 2005), has received raving reviews.


There is benefit for a mental health counselor to know some basics about hypnosis even though it is not necessary to become a certified hypnotherapist. This workshop explores a few basics, including some basic hypnosis techniques to help clients establish a peaceful place to reduce anxiety. It can also be important to be aware of when a client may have his or her subconscious mind open to suggestions in order to avoid unintentionally implanting negative suggestions or creating false memories. Also, it could be important to both the therapist and the client to understand the risk of false memories and how they can be created.


Learning Objectives


The primary goal of this workshop is to introduce basic concepts about hypnosis that may benefit both the counselor and his or her clients. The presentation includes the following learning objectives (or outcomes)…

 1.     Describe at least two definitions of hypnosis.
2. 
    Explain the role of imagination in the hypnotic process. 
3.  
   List four potential dangers of hypnosis.
4.
     Practice a suggestibility test to demonstrate the power of imagination.
5. 
    List at least two types of hypnotic inductions.
6. 
    Describe the three widely accepted levels of hypnotic depth.
7.
     Practice a meditation technique in dyads.
8.
     List the five gateways to the subconscious.
9
    Explain the difference between direct and indirect suggestions.
10.
   Discuss two potential dangers surrounding the use of hypnotism.
11.  
Explain how false memories can occur.
12. 
  Practice open-ended questions to help someone to remember a happy event.



CEs/CPDUs

IMHCA workshops and trainings provide for CEs  through Licensure with IDFPR.

LPC/LCPC
License #159.000650
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LSW/LCSW
License #159.000650
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LMFT
License #168.000148
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Psychologists
License #268.000009
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IMHCA has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Counseling Education Provider. ACEP No. 6274. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. IMHCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
The webinar program "Shifting Gears from Mental Health In Business" does NOT qualify for NBCC credit.

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