Location:Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre 515 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
Julie H Linden, PhD
Trance and Trauma
Hypnosis skills for adaptive responses, safe relationships, co-creating resilience
Saturday, October 5, 2019
8.30 am – 4:30 pm
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre
515 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
Clinical hypnosis skills and principles provide a flexible and creative framework for assessing and treating the sequelae of trauma, which include anxiety, depression, and relational ruptures. This workshop will provide definitions of trauma, adaptation, hypnosis skills and trance within a psychobiological context. Through demonstration and practice it will illustrate the use of the therapeutic relationship between care-givers and care-receivers to create a climate for change, evoking and responding to the ingredients that lead to positive outcomes and shape resilience.
Eligibility: Open to members of regulated health professions including full time students, registered clinical counsellors, social workers and marriage & family therapists.
To register online: https://hypnosis.bc.ca/training/upcoming-workshops/trance-and-trauma/
FEES: Payable by e-transfer or by cheque
Early-Bird After September 9th
CSCH Member $200 $275
Non-Member $300 $375
Full-time Student $150 $200