Steve G Jones – Ericksonian Hypnosis
Hypnosis in Medicine and Dentistry – Learn about the similarities between hypnosis and the practices used in medicine and dentistry.
Hypnotic Rapport Building – Learn how to build the rapport needed to have your client trust and listen to you.
Creating Sessions for People with Special Medical Needs – Learn how to structure therapy for those with special needs.
Dealing with Medical Treatments – Learn the most effective ways to begin treatment with clients.
Arm Raise Induction – Learn a special technique that helps to easily relax the client before treatment.
Bucket Lowering Induction – Learn another unique induction technique for relaxation.
Balloon Raise Induction – This technique helps those with uncontrollable body movements stay relaxed and calm.
Proper Office Design to Enhance Rapport – Learn how to make your office’s design conducive to a hypnosis session and long conversations as the physical space within your office is an extension of who you are and what you represent as a hypnotherapist.
Being Adaptive as a Hypnotist To Any Client Situation – This module shows you how to position yourself as a powerful individual who has the ability to communicate what needs to be said even in the toughest of situations.
How to Tap Into your Genuine Desire to Help People – Here you’ll learn the steps needed to provide the most value and help as possible to your clients during sessions.
Paying Attention to Client Feedback to Improve your Sessions – Learn how to discover how the client would like to talk and adapt to his own mode of communication so you can create and convey meaning more effectively.
Pacing and Leading – Learn to identify key elements used by both speaker and listener to keep the interaction going.
Eye-Accessing Cues – Learn how to effectively understand what the clients in thinking by reading his/her eye movements.
Anchoring – Learn the process of encouraging a specific reaction from another person when a pre-associated stimulus is manifested.
The Uniqueness of Each Client – Learn the idea of maximal utilization and how to take advantage of the fact that people are unique and therefore, each treatment should be different to get the best possible result.
The Meta-Model – Learn about the Meta Model, which bears a close resemblance to the list of ten “cognitive distortions” found in Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy and identifies common language patterns and hampers first-class communication.
Model Limits – Learn about the ways that a person constrains himself as a functioning member of society.
Creating Metaphors – Learn how to about effective tools in conveying valuable insight and messages to hypnotic clients.
How to Use Metaphors in a Hypnosis Session – Learn the most effective technique for metaphor usage during hypnosis.
The Use of Parallelisms in Metaphor Creation – Learn a four step process that creates the perfect metaphor for hypnotic clients.