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March 2014 Seminar
Information and Registration for the
Professional Clinical Hypnotherapists of
Hunter Room - Penrith Panthers, Mulgoa Road Penrith
Saturday 8th March 2014
8.30am President’s Welcome: PLEASE NOTE THE STARTING TIME FOR THIS INFORMATIVE DAY
8.30 Lee Delmas: Mandatory Reporting
"Clinical hypnotherapists are trusted servants of our society, so, what are your beliefs and attitudes regarding our responsibilities to our clients when it comes to the matter of reporting abuse and neglect of children to the relevant authorities?
Lee will be facilitating this group discussion to share our professional knowledge and experience on this vitally important and sensitive community health issue. We will all benefit from our shared group encounter. Lee has extensive experience working with both organisations and private practices. IN 1985 Lee set up in private practice to provide assessment, referral and counselling to individuals, families and other professionals. She is qualified in a number of treatment models including Clinical Hypnotherapy, Addictions and General Counselling, Gestalt Therapy and Somatic Therapy on the Feldenkrais Method of Awareness Through Movement.
10.00am Morning tea
10.30am- Roger Johnson: Forensic to Fun
Roger served 37 years with the NSW Police Force, the majority of that time spent as a Crime Scene Examiner within the Forensic Services Unit, Sydney Police Centre. While a serving member, Margaret O’Brien’s Course in the early eighties enabled Roger to turn those skills to the science of Forensic Hypnosis with victims of serious crime. An interest in Stage Hypnosis has given many years of light hearted fun at a variety of schools, scooting organisations and various clubs.
Roger will discuss his thoughts on the similarity of the three aspects of hypnosis, including demonstrations. and he discusses with a client, her experiences of rape and drug abuse.
12.30pm Lunch – supplied
1.30pm Matthew Favaloro: Working with addictive behaviours
This training presentation will cover: Smoking, Gambling and Alcohol Addiction. It is also a hands on workshop where you will receive valuable insight into handling these behaviours Hypno-therapeutically.
Strategies, Metaphors and Double Binds are covered as well as Matthew generously offering scripts.
3pm Afternoon tea
3.30pm John Bunker: "Mind Expansion - A new way of thinking"
John's journey into the land of hypnosis began way back in 1981, when a personal event in his life sent him on a quest in search of answers that involved the mind body connection and cellular memory of both the physiological and biological kind. John will share his findings and give some hypnosis demonstrations in his presentation.
Early bird: $120 PCHA Members $140 Non members by Saturday 1st March
Otherwise: $ 140 PCHA Members $160 Non Members
Please detach and return with your cheque to: PCHA Inc, 13 David Street, CROYDON 2132. All enquiries to Ann Eyres on 9747 1407
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The Professional Clinical Hypnotherapists of Australia Inc. ( PCHA ) is a long standing professional organisation. Our aim is to promote the educational and ethical aspects of clinical hypnotherapy and to ensure members and associates maintain the highest professional standards in the practice of clinical hypnotherapy.
We encourage everyone to come and add this seminar to their ongoing development training. ACA and other hypnotherapy associations recognise PCHA as a provider of ongoing professional development ( OPD ).
Everyone is welcome.