Carol Kershaw, Bill Wade – 2 Day Hypnosis for Trauma & PTSD Experiential Course
Courses Content :
- Carol Kershaw and Bill Wade are members of the faculty.
12 hours and one minute
Audio and video formats are available.
18th of January, 2018
Your customers have been through stressful and traumatic situations, which frequently results in a reduced ability to maintain health and give complete self-comfort. This course is intended to help you better understand the neurological and psychosocial processes that contribute to PSTD symptoms. This course will concentrate on establishing techniques to assist traumatized clients in healing by altering these habits.
Hypnosis is a great technique for trauma treatment that you may add to your professional repertoire. When utilized with the brain in mind, hypnosis delivers powerful treatments to help clients break bad habits, live more joyfully, self-motivate, and achieve life objectives.
This course will place a specific emphasis on understanding how trauma affects the brain and can result in symptoms such as anxiety, sadness, panic, sleeplessness, obsessive-compulsive behavior, and problems managing anger. You will learn how to utilize hypnosis to cure these issues.
Carol Kershaw and Bill Wade, hypnosis specialists and trainers, explain and simplify hypnosis so you may start utilizing it with your traumatized clients right away. They will dissect the science that supports hypnosis for trauma and show you how to incorporate it into your clinical practice. Demonstrations, case studies, lectures, experiential exercises, and hands-on experience will be used to teach you.
This is a course you should not miss!
053195 manual (3.3 MB)
Outline (65 pages) available after purchase
The effect on the neurological system
The Effects of Trauma on the Brain
The Effects of Stress on the Brain
Activation of the Vagal Nerve-Stephen Porges
Adverse Childhood Events (ACES)
Prolonged and intense trauma
Trauma during development
Trauma and seizure activity
Attachment and Trauma
Trauma and dissociation attachment styles
Relationships and attachment
The Most Recent Neuroscience Research on Body/Mind Healing
The body/mind as frequency, light, and natural healing powers
The discovery of filament structures in the body that transport information
Limitations of studies on cellular biophoton release
The Effects of Long-Term Stress on the Limbic System
Symptoms of limbic overarousal include: Anxiety, startle reaction, panic, obsessive-compulsive habits, rage, and sleeplessness are all symptoms of anxiety.
Symptoms of limbic arousal include: Depression, negative thoughts, and impaired experience perception
Clinical Hypnosis Fundamentals
Hypnosis is defined as a resource activator.
Suggestion and concentrated attention
Conversational hypnosis using hypnotic words
Hypnosis as psychotherapy
Hypnosis of the EEG
Put Clinical Hypnosis to Use
Inductions Made Simple
Changing Emotional States
Strategies for Interrupting Rumination Strategies for Anxiety, Depression, and Nervous System Calming
Experiential activities that put newly acquired skills to use
EEG Hypnosis Demonstration
Strategies for Reconsolidating Traumatic Memory
Disruption and retrieval
How to Transition a Memory from Short to Long Term
Memory and learning are state dependent.
Negative or Positive Hypnotic Trance with Focused Attention
The involvement of the visual system in symptom genesis and elimination
Negative thoughts can be eliminated by focusing on “nothing.”
Simple Biofeedback Tools Used in conjunction with Hypnosis to Promote Post-Traumatic Growth
HRV Heartmath training
Meditation and breathing exercises
Training for galvanic skin response
How to Avoid Talk Therapy Mistakes That May Exacerbate Trauma Symptoms
Too much emphasis on emotions
Too much emphasis is placed on the trauma tale.
Dr. Carol Kershaw Seminars and goods related to this topic: 5
Carol Kershaw, Ed.D., is a licensed psychologist and co-director of the Milton Erickson Institute of Houston. She is the co-author of Brain Change Therapy: Clinical Interventions for Self Transformation (WW Norton 2012), The Worry Free Mind (Career Press), and The Couple’s Hypnotic Dance (Brunner/Mazel). She is a member of the American Psychological Association and an accredited consultant for the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. She is an international trainer and a regular lecturer in the United States on the most cutting-edge neuroscience and hypnotherapy techniques. Carol’s innovative work has been broadcast on ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC.
Carol Kershaw receives earnings from W.W. Norton & Company as an author. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Carol Kershaw does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.
Wade, Bill Seminars and goods related to this topic: 3
Bill Wade, M.Div., LPC, LMFT, is an author, international teacher, and licensed professional counselor and marital and family therapist. He is also a co-author of Brain Change Therapy: Clinical Interventions for Self-Transformation and The Worry Free Mind: Train Your Brain, Calm the Stress Spin Cycle, and Discover a Happier, More Productive You. Bill has taught neuroscience widely throughout the United States, as well as meditation and Dharma teachings at numerous Buddhist temples.
J. William Wade is a lawyer with a private practice. W.W. Norton, Amazon Books, and CDS pay him royalties. PESI, Inc. pays him a speaking honorarium.
J. William Wade is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Counseling Association, and the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, among other organizations.