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IC19 Special Event 02 – Self-Hypnosis: Experiences from Two Cultural Viewpoints – Roxanna Erickson-Klein, PhD and Alejandra Diaz | Instant Download !

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IC19 Special Event 02 – Self-Hypnosis: Experiences from Two Cultural Viewpoints – Roxanna Erickson-Klein, PhD and Alejandra Diaz | Instant Download !

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IC19 Special Event 02 – Self-Hypnosis: Experiences from Two Cultural Viewpoints – Roxanna Erickson-Klein, PhD and Alejandra Diaz | Instant Download !

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This event is designed to educate professionals about the power of self- hypnosis. The workshop offers an experiential approach that is brought together by comparing and contrasting the learning backgrounds from the two co-presenters. Each bringing different life experiences, cultural elements are identified and utilized to facilitate participants’ individual creation of their own learning pathway.

Suitable for professionals who already use hypnosis as well as those who are not yet familiar with hypnosis, this workshop is experiential in nature and builds a step-by-step framework within which an individual can prepare for a process of self-discovery that goes beyond the workshop experience.

 

Educational Objectives:

  1. Identify physiological hypnotic phenomena in the trance process.
  2. Identify cultural barriers relevant to techniques.
  3. Contrast specific stereotypes, perceptions and beliefs regarding culturally different groups.
  4. Identify three cultural elements that contribute to similarities and differences in two models of self-hypnosis.
  5. Identify five recurrent themes that unite multicultural perspectives on hypnosis.
  6. Identify those traits that are involved with cultural encapsulation.

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