Registration: $ 250
(Full-time Students & Unpaid Interns $125)
Training Times: 14h00 to 19h00 (Sydney Time Zone)
Our understanding of clinical hypnosis has changed and become more integrated with developments in neurophysiology.
Hypnosis can be understood as an expression of various “hypnotic” phenomena that can present in the hypnotic state and then define the experience as hypnosis. The hypnotic phenomena also present in everyday life and in problems. Hypnosis can be viewed as a natural everyday phenomenon.
This workshop will provide a modern understanding to the theory and the underlying principles of clinical hypnosis, hypnotic inductions, interventions and it’s applications.
During this workshop participants will develop a better understanding of what hypnosis is and already learn to apply techniques to start introducing hypnosis informally into their practice. This can be utilised to enhance other therapeutic interventions, such as CBT.
No prior knowledge of/or experience in hypnotherapy is required. Even though this workshop will introduce new participants to these approaches and techniques, it is also directed at more experienced practitioners.
The training will teach and demonstrate techniques that can be integrated with most other therapeutic approaches in clinical practice. The emphasis is on providing a comfortable experiential learning environment and will include teaching, live online demonstration and practise of techniques.
At the end of this training you will:
Ego state therapy presents an understanding of the self as being organised in “parts” that develop as different neurophysiological systems or states. States can develop through normal development, trauma or introjects of people, experiences, attitudes or values. These states can also develop around certain needs and functions and be energised in different life contexts.
Ego State Therapy has changed and become more integrated with modern developments in neurophysiology, somatic approaches in psychotherapy and the polyvagal theory of Dr Stephen Porges.
This workshop will provide a new understanding to the theory and the underlying principles of Ego State Therapy. Participants will have a neurophysiological definition of ego states, understand the process of Ego State Therapy and be able to implement some of the techniques of Ego State Therapy. During this workshop participants will learn about the application of this approach. Participants will be able to apply some of the EST techniques into their practice.
No prior knowledge of/or experience in Ego State Therapy is required. Even though this workshop will introduce new participants to this approach and techniques, it is also directed at more experienced practitioners.
The training will teach and demonstrate techniques that can be integrated with most other therapeutic approaches in clinical practice. The emphasis is on providing a comfortable experiential learning environment and will include teaching, demonstration and practise of techniques.
At the end of this training you will:
Carl Hattingh (Callie) is an AHPRA registered Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Sydney. He is the President of AICHP and the Founding Director of the Milton H. Erickson Institute of Sydney Australia (EISA).
He is on the Board of Directors of the International Society of Hypnosis and the President Elect of Ego State Therapy International.
Carl received the Fuma award for his contribution to Promoting Clinical Hypnosis and Psychotherapy in South Africa. He is one of the past founding Directors of the Milton H. Erickson Institutes of South Africa (MEISA), past President Elect of the Milton H. Erickson Society of South Africa and founding Director of the Milton H. Erickson Institute of Cape Town South Africa (MECSA). He has been a trainer in Ericksonian Hypnosis and Ego State Therapy since 2000 and has organised various congresses on clinical hypnosis, trauma and psychotherapy. He is a registered supervisor and trainer with Ego State Therapy International (ESTI) and a registered Somatic Experiencing Pracitioner (SEP).
Carl has been a keynote speaker and faculty member at various international congresses.