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DOCTORATE IN HYPNOSIS

The Bolivia peace days 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 October 2018

Doctorate in hypnosis

CUrso semi face-to-face
50% face to face 50% virtual classroom
Valid international certification in any country.

This course is intended for professionals who want to achieve excellence in training in
Clinical Hypnosis Ericksonian and Neuro emotional reconstruction.

Ericksonian hypnosis
 Reviews and ratings on the model
 Efficiency of metaphors
 As a guide without being a guru
 Ericksonian hypnosis and its practice
 Modeling the brain of the patient
 Demonstration of induction in a conversation
 Waking self healing power
 The paradox as an instrument
 The metaphor opens and wake most sleeping minds.
 study laboratory
 Analyzing the pure model Ericksoniano
 mixed model
 Conversations with your interior
 Induction Ericksonian
 Practice group
 Strategy with the patient
 Using hypnotic markers
 Listen to the patient and detect strategies
 Shaping your language
 Manage codes and anchors
 re framing techniques
 psychosomatic disorders
 How to address them through suggestive conversation
 the patient make that work
 compulsions
 Fears phobias
 panic syndrome
 The model in the world of the patient.
 personal constructions
 Use of the present guidelines.
 Stories and metaphors
 therapeutic rituals
 Prescriptions
 Tasks
 Analogy
Ericksoniano model and heuristic model
 What information must give the customer?
 the model advantages
 Difficulties in practice
 As induce a trance in a subtle manner
 Technical close the eye of the mind
 Use of metaphor and its effectiveness
 The paradox and its effect
 indirect suggestions
 As structuring indirect suggestions
 naturalistic induction
 How to use the present tense and a positive structure
 the time warp
 What is the most important thing when using suggestions?
 Use of language the customer.
Self-esteem and susceptibility to hypnosis
Practice for students
Neuro emotional reconstruction
(Monographic theoretical and practical content)
 Decoding Neuropsychological
 Optical neural stimulation
 Neuronal interference
 Disconnect Neuropsychological
 present a traumatic fact emotions
 Creative psychotherapy
 Response somatogena of emotions
 Fear - surprise - sadness - Asco - anger - illusion - love - remorse – Guilt
 neuronal excitation technique
 several techniques in obsessions, tics and others
 Technique of prescription of the symptom
 subliminal induction only with the cerebral hypnotic rhythm of the patient.
 Treatment of anxiety using the cerebral hypnotic rhythm of the patient…
Practice for students will be evaluated
The development of techniques will be with demonstrations and students must
play practices with their peers.
Systemic hypnosis and brief therapy
From the practices of Fritz Perl, Milton Erickson Paul Watzlawick investigations so far
systemic therapy is becoming more powerful. The techniques used in these holistic
interventions show that the unintentional and systemic auto-hipnotico process is active from
our birth. If we are part of a system we can not influence even if it is
involuntarily. Systemic hypnosis is the current or the thread of this framing
therapeutic.
 What is self hypnosis, systemic?
 Introduction to systemic hypnosis.
 The collective unconscious and their participation.
 Definition of personal and professional goals.
 Introduction in the systemic understanding and the tool of the genogram.
 Principle of phenomenological perception training.
 the family systems theory.
 systemic theory and the laws that govern a family system:
 the permanence, the order, the compensation.
 The family of origin in its different aspects.
 The relationship between parents and children.
 The interruption of the loving movement.
 identification with family and systemic emotions destinations
 The gaze towards the past; family patterns.
Practices with volunteer if time permits.
The tree Test (Monograph)
 diagnostic graph under hypnosis, It allows us to quickly and easily determine a time
approximate area of the conflict.
 Tree Test
 Introduction
 The location of the test
 tree and man
 The screening
 Symbolism of the cross
 Schema of contemplation
 The figure of the tree
 The tree as a test of evolution test
 Development of graphic expression
 rudimentary forms
 The trunk
 The branch, straight lines, horizontal, cross
 spatial displacement of the tree
 low branches
 Trunk closed up
 straight trunk Base
 Average trunk and Crown
 Expression of the stroke
 The foliage
 Other considerations
 test interpretation
 Development
 Forms and strokes of special interest
 inhibitions
 Sexuality
 Temperament
 Drawing of the tree under hypnosis
 Interpretation
Practice for students will be evaluated
Subliminal techniques (Monograph)
Important: the student must have a computer to learn the use of the software are you
will deliver.
We teach on creating and using subliminal messages associated with hypnosis, that allow the
creation of CD-ROM with subliminal hypnotic induction.
 What we understand by Subliminal technique?
 historical introduction
 Communication process
 liminal perception process
 Process of subliminal perception
 Introduction to subliminal techniques
 Dr Draham, Dr. Herber Parkys, Dr. Milton Erickson
 Tools and accessories
 the message sub structure or supra-liminal
 subliminal message in the family environment, friends, etc.
 subliminal message of advertising
 subliminal techniques
 Types of subliminal messages
 subliminal stimulation techniques
 subliminal hypnotic induction
 Force of the hypothesis
 Frequency of last confirmation
 Monopoly
 cognitive consequences
 motivational consequences
Social consecuencias
 Application of subliminal techniques in therapy
 Use of Software for audio editing
 Creation of hypnotic induction with subliminal messages.
 Creation of audio or video with subliminal messages
Rapid and fulminant hypnosis techniques
As the final culmination of the course we see rapid induction techniques that allow the therapist
gain time in the consultation. (Monograph)
 Rapid induction techniques
 eye techniques of immediate fracture.
 fulminant technique (5 seconds)
 ocular anesthesia technique
 sensory motor inhibition technique
 counter technique
The student at the end of the course receive certificates of "doctorate in hypnosis clinic
Ericksonian"and"Emotional reconstruction Neuro specialist"
Also as gift AIHCE delivers a certificate of Chartered member of AIHCE
free by 2 years, After two years the former student can renew the membership of
for life with a donation only once.

It starts day 3 October 2018
Day 3 of 16 hours to 20 hours.
Day 4 of 9 hours to 18 hours.
Day 5 of 9 hours to 18 hours.
Day 6 of 9 hours to 18 hours.
Day 7 of 9 hours to 13 hours

Contact and information
Dr. Oliver Peñafiel
Email: olicho@hotmail.com
Wathsapp: +591 76595794