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Sept 2014 Seminar





Information and Registration for the


Professional Clinical Hypnotherapists of

Australia Inc

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Professional Clinical Hypnotherapists of

Australia Inc

Denistone Room –

Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club - 117 Ryedale Rd, West Ryde

Saturday 27th September 2014

9am:   AGM – PCHA Members only

10am: Morning tea


10.30am: Roger Johnson:   Shakespeare once said,  I will kill thee one hundred and fifty ways

Roger Johnson after 38 years attached to the Crime Scene Unit of the N.S.W Police Force will discuss, with your permission, life and death issues as seen through the eyes of a Crime Scene Examiner. Although far removed from the world of hypnosis. This insight may help to illustrate what a human being is capable of, and of course what victims of crime have to cope with. Perhaps this information may help us all to better understand those clients of ours who might have been victims, as well as understanding the abreaction that sometimes occur with these matters.


12.00: Lunch


1pm: Anna Perdriau: Finding the SWEET  - How Great would it be to uncover the


We respond to like’s setbacks in different ways: whether it’s feeling frustrated versus soaring the skies to success. In this session, Finding the SWEET: you will gain tools to unlock your personal resilience, which in turn will empower you to achieve amazing success. These tools will specifically help you overcome the emotional impacts in life’s setbacks. These tools can be applied to all aspects of life and are designed to take you anywhere you dream.


Anna Perdriau is an International Communication Coach and Distinguished Toastmaster.


2pm:   Philip Bendeich: Self Esteem


Self esteem is like an art. You know it when you see it, yet can be hard to define. Having a low self esteem can cause problems in everyday life, resulting in issues such as anger, self-hate and perfectionism. By understanding these problems and identifying the four steps to a healthy self esteem, you can become the well-adjusted person you always wanted to be. In this session, {Philip will guide you through the mind-field to discover, define and develop your self- esteem.


Philip Bendeich is a Speaking Coach, Keynote Speaker and Distinguished Toastmaster


3pm: Afternoon tea


3.30pm Jan Sky: Navigate the Social Landscape of Your Brain Psychological research into self-development and states of consciousness provides new theories on the perspective of self-identity.

This presentation will teach you how to navigate your brain’s social structure in a way that will positively affect your ability to change.  This social structure is contained in the neural pathways of the brain and referred to as states.  These states contain embedded behaviours, dialogue and attitudes that can either positively or negatively impact upon outcomes.  Having the ability to map the social landscape of your client can greatly assist you to bring awareness and activate change.

Understanding how behaviours are formed, the long term effects of embedded inhibiting behaviour and how they can encourage the development of new supportive behaviours, are key features of this presentation.  The audience will learn about ‘mapping’ the neural pathways of the brain for a clearer understanding of their client.  This will help them to work more functionally with clients to elicit positive, sustainable change.

Take-aways from this presentation:

  • Understand the relationship of neural pathways and states in human development
  • Understand the impact of your client’s past experiences and beliefs on their sense of self and relationships with others
  • Learn an easy technique to map the social landscape of your client’s brain in relation to their goals
  • Learn about various states that are often overlooked, misunderstood and even feared
  • Gain both professional and personal development applications

Jan Sky is an author, speaker, coach, clinical hypnotherapist and the creator of ESI®. She is passionate about developing people to their full potential. Jan is recognised as an international expert on behaviour change and her work is acknowledged in Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Her book “The Many Parts of You” has been translated into Finnish and she is a captivating facilitator that turns the difficult into simple.


4.30pm Ann Eyres:   A Case Study:    A seemingly normal session results in a most unusual  request – then opening to the floor for discussion


5pm Finish


6pm: Dinner.       Enjoy a Special Banquet in the upstairs Golden Hawk Restaurant.

$30 a head – pay on the night but must notify me of intention to come when paying for the workshop.

Early Bird:  Friday 12th September      $70 PCHA Members     $90 Non Members

Direct Deposit in PCHA account 054322540 BSB 112-879 St. George bank. Please include your name & event, then email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your details for a receipt.


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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.