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M002 Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy With Depressive ClientsThis blog focuses on discussion regarding the course, M002 Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy With Depressive Clients.
Thank you for participating in the fourth and final, Q & A session with Michael Yapko. We hope that this webinar has been informative and inspiration and that it’s provided you with a new understanding and perspective on depression.01.27.2011 Posted In: M002 Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy With Depressive Clients By Rich Simon
Now’s your chance to ask all of the questions that you’ve been thinking about during the previous sessions, whether specific or general. What have you been wondering or waiting to ask so far? This is an opportunity to engage with expert Michael Yapko in order to answer any of the questions you may have about depression, hypnosis, or anything else he’s covered.
As always, we invite you to please take a minute to consider your experience participating in this entire webinar and comment below about what has been most interesting to you. Please include your name and hometown with your comment, and thank you again for your participation.
01.20.2011 Posted In: M002 Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy With Depressive Clients By Rich Simon
Thank you for attending the third session of Michael Yapko’s Master Class webinar. This session covers the role of relationships in depression and how depression really can be contagious. We hope you come away from the session with a better understanding of how to consider depression strategically, socially, and hypnotically.
What was most striking to you about this session? What new strategies do you think might be most applicable or relevant in your everyday practice? Do you have any related or significant experiences that might be helpful to your colleagues?
Please take a minute to consider these questions and everything you’ve learned so far throughout this webinar, and comment below about what’s been most interesting to you.
We invite you, as always, to please include your name and hometown with your comment. Thank you all for your participation and reflections.
01.14.2011 Posted In: M002 Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy With Depressive Clients By Rich Simon
We hope you enjoyed the second session of Michael Yapko’s Master Class Webinar, “Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy with Depressive Clients.” Today’s session included a brief background on what hypnosis really is—and isn’t—and why it can be a beneficial method to help depressive clients.
We were given the opportunity to watch a clinical video presentation of Yapko with a real client who was in a major depression. “The Case of Mike” illustrates Yapko’s techniques with a client he’d never seen or spoken to before that meeting, and demonstrates the kind of experience such a client can have in a focused or hypnotic state.
Have you ever used hypnosis as part of your psychotherapy before? If so, what do you think works, or doesn’t work, well about it? What stood out for you today?
Please take a moment to share with us below what was new or most interesting, particularly about getting to experience this kind of session.
In order to create a better sense of community, we invite you to please include your name and hometown with your comment. Thank you all for your participation and inspiring thoughts and comments.
01.05.2011 Posted In: M002 Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy With Depressive Clients By Rich Simon
Thank you to everyone who attended the first session of Michael Yapko’s Master Class Webinar, “Beyond Pills: Effective Psychotherapy with Depressive Clients.” Through this four-session course, we’ll learn valuable methods to help treat depressed clients without antidepressant medications.
Today’s session is an important part of the learning process in order to understand what therapy can do that medication can’t, why we should be cautious of medications, and learning about new tools like hypnosis in order to better treat clients.
Using the Comment Boards provided after each session will help all of us process what we’ve learned by sharing relevant experiences, questions, or reflections. Please make sure to take a moment to tell us what stood out for you during this session. What do you think will have the most impact on you, professionally or personally?
In order to create a better sense of community, we invite you to please include your name and hometown along with your comment. Thank you all for your participation and thought-provoking reflections.