Effective techniques to grow your practice – 1 day workshop
Date & Time:9th December 2017, 10am - 4.30pm
Cost:Discounted rate of £150 for members of the NCH, GHR and BIH (standard rate £170)
4 Manor Street
Sutton in Ashfield
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Dr. Roet’s workshop is aimed at teaching parts therapy and a variety of other new skills to qualified hypnotherapists - whether just starting or fully experienced.
During his forty years of using hypnotherapy, he has learnt many techniques. This workshop is aimed at teaching delegates how to put these skills into practice when working with clients.
He will discuss his unique techniques which can be used for a variety of problems and issues, and will teach delegates how to use these techniques by demonstration, discussion, handouts and practice.
Some of the subjects discussed will be - the inner world; connecting logic and emotion; reducing stress and anxiety; treating panic attacks; using a specific technique he calls “the projectionist” to change internal pictures.
On the workshop you will learn:
1) Dr Roet’s unique parts therapy technique.
2) Using metaphors with clients.
3) Understand unconscious messages.
4) How to gain deeper empathy and connection with the client.
5) Improve communication with the client.
6) Understand the importance of clean language.
7) Practice Dr Roet’s unique techniques to use with clients.
About the host
Dr Brian Roet has practised psychotherapy and hypnotherapy for the last three decades. He has written many books on hypnosis, confidence and feelings which are available on www.amazon.co.uk.
The cost of the workshop includes relevant handouts, car parking, buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day and certificate of attendance.
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