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3-Weekend Cert. Training: COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL HYPNOTHERAPY
Motivational Institute of Hypnotherapy is offering a 60 certification course in Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy
Course Description: This level of the curriculum is the building block to clinical hypnotherapy designed to prepare highly qualified clinical hypnotherapists who can support and guide clients in creating and achieving desired behavioral and physical changes. This training will address an array of client issues along with advanced strategies in dealing with one’s mental and physical well-being, including pain management and medical hypnosis. The ultimate goal is for the hypnotherapist to learn how to help guide and coach their clients into creating their ultimate desired outcome. Techniques learned will greatly enhance one’s experience of life and create success.
Course Goal and Objectives: Hypnosis is one of the most powerful, effective, and yet often misunderstood methods of personal improvement and change. Students will learn effective approaches for employing hypnosis by facilitating mind/body communication. This class will explore the principles and techniques of Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy in conjunction with holistic health theory which addresses the person as a whole. These natural, client-centered therapies enable people to move beyond limitations, gain more self-confidence, reduce stress, and even pain. Hypnotherapy has gained worldwide recognition for its gentle, neutral, yet powerful approach to changing beliefs and behavior.
Course Outline (and more)
• Listening to the Unconscious Mind
To receive a certification of completion, 10 additional hours along with the 50 hours of classroom instruction will be devoted to home study and practical work.
Experience the power and effectiveness of these easy-to-use- tools to created immediate and permanent changes. In this hands-on training, you will learn simple easy hypnosis techniques that can be used immediately, not only on your clients but also yourselves. Hypnosis is a great compliment to other therapeutic modalities.
Continuing Education Credit: 22 hours of continuing education credit are available for MFTs and LCSWs (provider #PCE 5084) through the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and for RNs through the California Board of Registered Nurses (provider BRN # 15240).
Dates: June 1-2, 8-9 & 22-23, 2013 (Saturdays and Sundays) from 9:00 - 6:00pm
Tuition: $995. Receive a $100 discount if you register by July 24, 2013.
To Register: www.SDHypnosisTraining.com or Call: Marla Brucker (858) 587-0422
For further information email: Marla@SDHypnosisTraining.com
Bio: Marla Brucker, DCH, R.HA
Marla Brucker is an accomplished motivational speaker and seminar leader. As a peak performance coach, Marla has inspired thousands worldwide to realize their hidden potential. Marla has her Doctorate in Clinical Hypnotherapy, is a Registered Hypnotic Anesthesiologist, a Master Practitioner in NLP, and is a certified laugh leader.
Marla has been practicing in the area of performance enhancement, hypnotherapy, and counseling since 1978. She has worked in hospitals, mental health clinics, educational institutes, and social service agencies. Marla has been teaching hypnotherapy since 1991 and is the Executive Director and CEO of the Motivational Institute of Hypnotherapy, a certified hypnotherapy school in San Diego. She also conducts seminars and leadership training programs in Energy Therapies, Peak Performance, and Psychokinesis (spoon bending). Marla also has her own private practice working with individuals and groups.To be announced
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Stress saps our energy, undermines our health and longevity, and makes us more vulnerable to anxiety, depression, dementia, chronic pain and disease.
Two decades of research document consistent improvements in both physical and emotional symptoms that last years beyond the 8-week course, including brain and chromosomal changes.
This 8-week series is modeled after the mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) work by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and featured in Bill Moyers’ series “Healing and the Mind.” Intense training in mindful meditation, gentle movement and body awareness are offered in a supportive small group setting.
Creekside Center, 7 Mt Lassen Drive
Group and Individual Dance Therapy for the Higher Functioning Client
This experiential and didactic course provides an in-depth investigation of dance/movement therapy with the higher functioning client seen in non-psychiatric settings. The techniques and methods are developed for the clinical population who seek therapy to deal with life challenges and who have the ego strength to work in insight-oriented dance/movement therapy. The training will focus on dance/movement therapy techniques and methods for creative transformation, addressing themes including but not limited to: developmental and character issues, family and relationship dynamics, blocks to meeting personal potential, life style issues, body image issues, grief and life transitions and recovery from trauma.