Chronesthesia – it’s time for a change

01212 516 172 01212 516 172 / 07837 743 737 07837 743 737
23rd July 2022, 9.30am - 5.00pm
Hypnotherapists and trainees
£100
Online

In psychology, mental time travel (also called "chronesthesia" or “chronosthesia”) is the capacity to mentally reconstruct personal events from the past (episodic memory) as well as to imagine possible scenarios in the future (episodic foresight or episodic future-thinking).

This training day will deal with

  • the impacts of episodic memory
  • how to change personal history
  • informed child and affect bridge
  • understanding and using structures of time
  • timelines and temporal predicates
  • the power of being present (mindfulness is not relaxation)
  • creating your own future

Chronesthesia enables us to plan for the future, experience it as if it’s happening right now, and reflect on the past, all in an instant. If it’s something you want to do, this ability can create a powerful motivation to action. If it’s something you don’t want to do, it can create powerful motivation to avoid, procrastination and even anxiety.

if you have any questions, call Mark on +44(0)121 251 6172 or mobile/WhatsApp +44(0)7831 743737.

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Hosted by Birmingham Hypnotherapy Training

Mark trains NHS staff as well as the general public and therapists interested in this field, so they can help patients and clients. To ensure the skills aren't just theoretical, Mark still works with clients 1-2-1

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Hosted by Birmingham Hypnotherapy Training

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