RESOLVING ANGER
WITH HYPNOTHERAPY
January 8 & 9, 2022
Alpharetta, Georgia
12 CE's NBCC APPROVED
LPCA 12 Ce'S Approval #2021-10-13- 650m
**plus receive addtional 12 ce's

CLIENTS DESERVE MORE!

Do you really want to continue with the outdated “talk-therapy” approach of

“Tell me more about…”  “What I hear you saying is…?”If you can choose between resolving a client “issue” in as little as 1-3 sessions 

OR 

Slowly addressing “issues” over months and years – 

What would you choose?

Seriously! 

If given a choice, would you take the elevator or stairs in a 10-story building?

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CONSIDER THIS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
SHOULD YOU BE REPORTED TO YOUR ETHICS BOARD IF A CLIENT CONTINUES TO PAY YOU MONTH AFTER MONTH AND YOU ARE UNABLE TO DELETE, MODIFY, OR RESOLVE A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE IN ONE TO THREE SESSIONS?

 

Shamefully, research shows that most so-called mental health “Clinicians” lack a rudimentary understanding of the differences between the conscious Mind, the unconscious Mind, and the subconscious Mind. 

However, when a Clinician has a keen understanding of the simplistic complexities of the Mind and 

how experiences are received, processed, associated, stored, 

and retrieved, the Clinician experiences the epiphany:

 

“Logical solutions will never resolve emotional issues!™

 

Annnnnd, because I recognize how your emotional brain may have just lit up like a Christmas tree and shut down your ability to logically understand my point; you may want to consider this: 

 

If your computer has an issue, possibly a virus, how many times would you pay a Computer Tech to resolve the issue if you knew the Computer Tech didn’t know very much about the hard drive?

 

If your vehicle’s engine is clickin’ and tickin’, how many times 

would you pay an Auto Tech to resolve the issue if you knew 

the Auto Tech didn’t know very much about the engine?

 

Therefore, how many times should a client pay a Clinician to resolve an issue if the Clinician doesn’t know very much 

about the Mind, even though everything starts in the Mind?

In this Introductory Level  two-day workshop, there will 

be a review of history, concepts, definitions and misconceptions of hypnosis, ethical use, diagnostic considerations, and how language (words) and imagery (pictures, symbols) influence the emotional brain.

 

Day 1 will be both didactic and experiential with an emphasis on laying the foundation every clinician needs — 

a neuroscience background for implementing 

Hypnotherapy in your clinical practice.


Day 2 will be all about putting into practice and 

experiencing the various somatic techniques available 

to resolve anger (emotions).

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Define and explore the history of Hypnosis.
  2. Define hypnotherapy and review evidence regarding its effectiveness.
  3. Identify misconceptions of hypnosis, ethical use, diagnostic considerations
  4. Define the Mind and discuss the differences between the unconscious, conscious, and subconscious Mind. 
  5. Explore the Neuroscience of Hypnosis (top, bottom, middle brain) polyvagal theory and the role of the Autonomic system (Sympathetic, Parasympathetic) in processing of memory and emotional reactions.
  6.  Define anger, the cycle of anger, and how anger manifests.
  7. Compare previous talk-therapy methods to resolve anger vs using hypnotherapy and other somatic techniques.
  8. Utilize the latest research on the importance of engaging the emotional brain and somatic experience to facilitate new learning and how hypnotherapy is a well-suited intervention. 
  9. Demonstrate several ways to induce a hypnotic trance and the importance of engaging the emotional brain.
  10. Experience and practice hypnosis and other somatic techniques to resolve anger (other emotions).

The Mind Doctor Training & Consulting, LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6919. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Mind Doctor Training & Consulting, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

THE MIND DOCTOR®
Russell K. Kawakami, Ph.D

Dr. Kawakami has been in the mental health and addiction field for nearly 20 years. He is a practicing licensed and National Board Certified Professional Counselor, a National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, an author, an empowering media personality, and a veteran of the United States Army. 

You may have seen The Mind Doctor® on hit TV shows such as Bravo’s Married To Medicine, WEtv’s Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta working with rapper, producer, actor, and superstar Bow Wow, VH1’s Love and Hip Hop, and WEtv’s New Hit Show, Brat Loves Judy!

WORKSHOP DETAILS

This course will be in-person and will fill up quickly.  15 person max!

We will observe Covid distance and sanitizing protocols. Masks optional.

This workshop has been approved by NBCC ACEP#6919 and 

LPCA-GA CE Approval # 2021-10-13-650M

January 8 & 9, 2022   

Daily 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

Day 1 check-in Starts at 8:30 a.m. 

The Country Club of The South

4100 Old Alabama Rd

Alpharetta, Georgia 30022

Hurry, Seats Are Limited!

**BONUSES**BONUSES**BONUSES**

Consider attending this workshop and receiving these extra bonuses:

12 NBCC Approved CE’s (VALUE: $389) 

(choose from 14 NBCC Approved Courses)

An Amazing Mindfulness Course (VALUE: $149)

Follow-up Group Support Call w The Mind Doctor® (VALUE: $1,000)

 

              The FREE CE’s you’ll receive pay for your workshop!                           Everything else just adds crazy value to your Clinical Toolbox!                                                       

Seriously!  Who Cussin Does That?

YOUR Clinical & Professional Development Investment IS ONLY

$399  

Questions?

Call 770-521-4498

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