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This ten (10) hour workshop is designed for anyone wishing to become an approved consultant or who would like to offer a course on hypnosis.

The workshop covers four important areas: (1) Teaching adult learners; (2) How to plan a hypnosis workshop; (3) How to lead small group practice sessions and consultation groups, including understanding group dynamics; and (4) How to provide consultation regarding hypnosis to qualified professionals. This course will review basic information on the art of teaching adults for those who wish to be approved consultants and/or to prepare and lead hypnosis training courses. It reviews the ASCH objectives for the various tracts of hypnosis training, small practice groups, and how and when to provide constructive feedback in these settings, with experiential learning components. The course clarifies the role of a consultant and the nature of providing detailed review of cases with regard to the use of hypnosis. The importance of learning contracts and seeing and hearing students’ actual casework are discussed.

Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to plan a hypnosis workshop.
Participants will be able to plan, lead, and evaluate a small practice group.
Participants will be able to implement teaching techniques applicable to adult learners.


Workshop Schedule (10 CME/CE)

Sunday, March 19, 2017
7:30 am Continental Breakfast
Attend Plenary 2
8:30  Break
9:00 Introductions; Workshop Overview

 

Learning objectives:
All participants will be able to:
1. Facilitate introductions, build community, and create safety.
2. Facilitate a learning environment for adults.

10:30 Educational Theories; Learning Styles 

Learning objectives: 
1. Summarize one major theory of adult learning.
2. Apply an intervention that will stimulate adult learners in medical and other health science training programs

11:15 Small Group Instruction I

Learning objectives:
1. Organize a small group experience that facilitates learning, as well as safety and effective group dynamics.
2. Provide instruction to workshop faculty regarding how to manage abreaction, and the importance of ensuring workshop participants are fully re-alerted following hypnosis experiences.

12:00 pm Lunch
1:30 Small Group Instruction II – Video examples

Learning objectives:
1. Provide appropriate and constructive feedback to small group participants at basic workshops.
2. Modify their teaching methods based on the learning styles of the small group participants.

3:30 Break
4:00 Continuation of Small Group Instruction II – Video examples

Learning objectives:
1. Provide appropriate and constructive feedback to small group participants at basic workshops.
2. Modify their teaching methods based on the learning styles of the small group participants.

4:30 Planning Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced Hypnosis Workshops I

Learning objectives:
1. Identify content appropriate for basic, intermediate, and advanced workshops for hypnosis training.
2. Develop content appropriate for the multidisciplinary nature of students at hypnosis workshops.

5:15 Planning and Organizing a Hypnosis Workshop II

Learning objectives:
1. Plan and organize a basic, intermediate, or advanced hypnosis workshop.
2. Develop learning objectives that meet the requirements of accrediting agencies.

6:00 Recess

Monday, March 20, 2017
7:30 am Continental Breakfast
Attend Plenary 2
8:30  Break
9:00 TCW Resumes
Planning and Organizing a Hypnosis Workshop II (continued)
9:30 Being an Approved Consultant

Learning objectives:
1. Develop a learning contract with a student of hypnosis.
2. Implement various types of consultation.

10:00 Being an Approved Consultant, Role Play of IC

Learning objectives:
1. Understand the difference between supervision and consultation.
2. Provide effective case consultation.

11:30 Evaluations, Questions & Answers, Wrap-Up 
12:00 pm  TCW Concludes
Lunch on Your Own
1:30  Attend your choice of Advanced Workshops