Working successfully with children and teenagers
Date & Time:4th February 2018, 10am - 4.30pm
Cost:£120 for NCH and APHP members (non-members £140)
Location:421 Durnsford Road
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A five year-old will not sit still and let you hypnotise them – s/he’ll giggle and fidget, and talk and wriggle, so we have to do hypnosis in a different way! Using games, stories and role play which contain subliminal words or phrases that will hopefully change their way of thinking about their problem.
A teenager will not appear to be interested and yet, like an MI5 agent will be taking in every movement, every tone, every mannerism to judge you and whether you are one of them or one of ‘us’. They will test you probably more than any adult would.
In this course, we will look at the best ways to work with children of all ages, from picky eaters and bed wetters to those with exam anxiety and more. This one day training will give you methods and techniques for working with children of all ages with all sorts of complaints and issues.
You will learn how to prepare, to decide what type of hypnosis (from storytelling to suggestion) to use, and which scripts may be of value for each client (and parent) that comes through your door.
You'll learn how to manage parents in the office and how to use homework effectively for the whole family.
You will gain an understanding of tips and techniques to use with children and teenagers and how to build a successful practice working with young people.
Fee: £120 for NCH and APHP members (non-members £140).
Location: Wimbledon, SW19.
Call to book: 020 3369 336.
About the host
Elaine Hodgins is a highly experienced clinical hypnotherapist with 15 years experience. Elaine now works primarily with children and their parents. Before becoming a hypnotherapist Elaine had a long career as a registered nurse, specialising in paediatrics.
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