Hypnotherapy for PTSD: Discovering and Resolving the Symptoms
PTSD is fast becoming a buzz word these days, not just in therapeutic settings but in our everyday lives. Just what is PTSD? What are the hallmarks for causing this condition? How do you as a hypnotherapist identify when someone has this malady? What specifically do you do then? How is pacing and other factors important to working with this group of clients?
By the time you leave this training, you will be able to:
· Define PTSD
· Know the causes of PTSD
· Learn where hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming can help
· Recognize each symptom as they arise
· Determine the appropriate process needed
· Pace and time the process for the best outcome
· Establish client independence for the future
Each process presented will be explored and demonstrated. You will practice each technique, gaining confidence in your ability to use each one. This course is practical and hands-on, preparing you to be able to work with your PTSD clients as you soon as you walk out the door.
Prerequisites: Hypnotherapy training
15 CE hours for Hypnotherapists, 12 for licensed counselors*
Dates: Nov. 9-10, 2013
Location: Mission Valley, San Diego, CA (exact location provided upon registering)
Early Registration: $299 by Oct. 19th (Save $50!)
Daily Schedule: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm both days
Pre-registration is required. Class size is limited to 8.
Or call 619-710-9583
Instructor: Joan Courtney is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and a Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)
Practitioner. She’s certified by four major national hypnotherapy associations and is also certified in advanced NLP training. She is also a presenter at the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners International Hypnotherapy Conference.
Having over 25 years of experience in this field, Joan specializes in clinical and medical aspects of hypnosis and is affiliated with and referred clients by healthcare professionals, other alternative healthcare practitioners as well as satisfied clients. Throughout her practice, she has worked with veterans and others affected by symptoms of PTSD related to fire, earthquakes and physical/sexual abuse. In addition to small group work and speaking engagements, she teaches classes at Northland Pioneer College (NPC). She can be contacted at (928) 367-8208.
If you want to learn more before the course, click here to purchase Joan’s book, PTSD: A Guide to the Basics http://trancetime.com/store/ptsd-a-guide-to-the-basics/
*Course meets the qualifications for 12 hours (per weekend) of continuing education credit for MFCCs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. PCE #4228