OCD, intrusive thoughts and dissociative disorder (DID)
Gut-directed hypnosis (GDH) addresses the 'miscommunication' between the brain and gut. A trained therapist guides a person into a focused state of awareness while feeling deeply relaxed. This approach uses hypnosis, suggestion, guided imagery and relaxation to produce a therapeutic effect.
This one-day CPD for therapists will look at:
- The key areas of IBS and GI tract worries
- What IBS is and isn’t
- How metaphor frames the experience
- The relaxation response
- Sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system
- Warm hand technique (like a hot water bottle) on the belly.
- Anchoring relaxation in trance to be used in daily life when tense or anxious.
- Healing from within through hypnosis
- Working with IBS in parts therapy
- And more…
Hosted by Birmingham Hypnotherapy Training
The lead trainer (Mark Peters) at Birmingham Hypnotherapy Training has been working in the field since 2000 and fulltime since 2005. 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