TWO-DAY CLINICAL HYPNOSIS TRAINING WORKSHOP
February 25th & 26th, 2017
Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre,
6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby, BC
Saturday February 25th: Registration begins at 8:30 AM.
Workshop Hours: 9:00 AM. - 4:45 PM.
Presentations By: Dr. Lee Pulos, Dr. Bianca Rucker, Dr. Lance Rucker,
Dr. Heather Fay, Dr. Saul Pilar, Dr. Elaine Drysdale & Dr. Davidicus Wong.
Coffee, tea, juice, and light snacks provided during breaks. Please bring your own lunch or there are many restaurant options close by.
Pay parking available in the underground and surface parking lots, at Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre.
This workshop will provide the basic skills of clinical hypnosis, including demonstrations and practice sessions for those who wish to add hypnosis to their repertoire of therapeutic skills.
Simultaneously, intermediate/advanced skills in hypnosis utilization will be provided to the experienced hypnotherapist in areas such as: clinical hypnosis with children, hypnosis & cancer treatment, acute & chronic pain management, rapid induction techniques for emergency medicine and dentistry, and much more.
EXCITING TOPICS INCLUDE:
- Sex Therapy Hypnosis Strategies
- Exploring Past Lives and Reincarnational Memories
- Women's Health - Common Conditions and Hypnotic Treatments
- Accessing Root Causes of Symptoms
- Teaching Self-Hypnosis to Clients to Improve the Outcome of Therapy
- Consolidating Hypnosis in Your Professional Practice
Physicians, Dentists, Psychologists, Chiropractors or those holding a Master's degree in social work, psychology or marital/family therapy, or registered nurses, registered dental hygienists, naturopathic doctors or doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Such degree shall be from a University or College accredited by its appropriate regional accrediting body. You shall also be licensed or registered by the province or state in which you practice.
A full time student enrolled in a graduate or professional program in active pursuit of a doctorate in medicine, dentistry, or psychology, or a Master's degree in counselling psychology, social work or one of the disciplines listed above, or a diploma or degree in dental hygiene. The program must be held in a university accredited by its appropriate regional accrediting body.