Four Fundamental Interventions:
The Ericksonian Approach to Hypnosis and Therapy
Stephen Lankton, MSW, DAHB, FASCH
Stephen Lankton studied with Milton H. Erickson from 1976 to 1979, and since 2005, he
has been the Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis.
The hallmarks of Erickson’s approach include speaking the client’s language, utilization, conscious/unconscious inductions, and indirect suggestions and binds. Speaking the client’s language and utilization help build rapport, while conscious/unconscious inductions, and indirect suggestions and binds facilitate depotentiating the conscious mind and retrieving and reassociating experiential resources.
This workshop explores, explains and demonstrates several methods for creating these interventions. Participants will practice these, including five forms of suggestions and three forms of binds.
Early-bird (deadline is Oct. 11) fee: for Members is $225; for non-members is $325, and for students is $150
Register with The Canadian Society for Clinical Hypnosis (BC Division)