Ronald Alexander • Saturday All Day
LOCATION: SUITE 268W
Trauma lives in our bodies and minds—and so does healing. This workshop will provide tools for shifting clients away from the frozen high-alert state that results from trauma and activating the healing-conducive parasympathetic nervous system. We’ll explore how the combination of Ericksonian hypnosis and mindfulness methods can help clients re-regulate their affective experience from negative states to those of comfort and safety.
Specifically, you’ll learn the following three trance and mindfulness techniques:
- Age regression, which helps clients safely move into the past to understand how current symptoms fit into the context of their history
- Age progression, which helps clients reimagine a desired future and move into it
- Peak state, which teaches clients to create a heightened sense within themselves that gives them greater access to their capabilities for power and transformation
Continued with workshop 513.
Ronald Alexander, PhD, a psychotherapist and international clinical trainer, is the executive director of the OpenMind Training Institute in Santa Monica, California, and the author of Wise Mind, Open Mind.