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Hypno-EMDR – Practical Skills Workshop
12th March - 13th MarchGBP275
At HypnoTC, inspired by the versatility and overall effectiveness of the standard EMDR Therapy process, we have created the new and ground-breaking therapy approach, Hypno-EMDR. Specifically designed for hypnotherapists, the use of tried-and-tested hypnotherapy techniques in conjunction with EMDR-inspired elements is a power-combo that creates significant and long-lasting changes.
The 3-stage Hypno-EMDR training programme
Hypno-EMDR training consists of three components:
A live online practical skills workshop (this course)
An online practitioner-level training course (coming in 2022)
An in-person master-practitioner training course (coming in 2023)
We will soon be launching our Hypno-EMDR online practitioner and in-person master-practitioner courses. In the meantime, the Hypno-EMDR practical skills workshop is a fantastic place to get started, and you’ll learn exactly how to apply Hypno-EMDR in your own hypnotherapy practice!
This highly interactive live-online training, is taught via Zoom. It will take you through the entire Hypno-EMDR protocol, from start to finish, as well as explaining how to adapt each element to suit a range of client needs, whether working online or in-person. Full use of Zoom breakout rooms enables this course to be highly practical. In addition, after the workshop, you will be able to engage in activities and discussions in the exclusive Hypno-EMDR Facebook group.
On the practical skills workshop we cover:
Self-use of bilateral stimulation
Self-care and stabilisation approaches
Assessing the client for Hypno-EMDR suitability
Information gathering for Hypno-EMDR work
Preparing the client for Hypno-EMDR
Metaphors for Hypno-EMDR
Utilising with SUD and VOC scales
Developing the safe place and teaching the stop signal
Using bilateral stimulation (BLS) and eye movements (finger sweep, clicks and taps) in-person and online
Bilateral stimulation using technology
Processing images, beliefs, emotions and body sensations
Increasing and decreasing access to memories
Working through blocks and loops
The inner advisor protocol
Past trauma standard protocol
Specific containment processes
Closing interim and final sessions