Monthly Archives: March 2015
This workshop outline presents, in topic format, the key features of assessment and treatment of eating disorders from a multidimensional perspective. Systemic elements are combined with principles of Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Recent developments and research in the exciting field of Lucid Dreaming have lead to interest in the use of hypnosis to cultivate readiness and development of lucid dreaming skills. Dr. Young will share experiences and case examples and will discuss … Continue reading
This is an outline of a course that exposes students to advanced concepts in Sport Psychology, including mind state management, trance states, and Ericksonian intervening.
This is an outline of a lecture in a university level advanced sport psychology graduate course. It focuses on family and marital factors in the life and performance of the athlete.
The use of metaphoric imagery in the treatment of stress-related migraine and sinus headache is presented in a workshop format. Some guidelines for use are outlined, with opportunity for practice in applications for pain.
Many people dream of having good health, wellness, and personal fulfillment. Few, however, realize the enormous potential that they have for using dreams to promote these outcomes. In this 2-hour presentation, Dr. Young will share techniques for dream incubation using … Continue reading
A 2-3 hr. workshop in integrating Flow concepts in psychotherapy to instill passion and joy in your work.
This was a unique workshop presented at AAMFT ’89 in Chicago. Family members can be effectively empowered by having them participate as cotherapists in multiple simultaneous inductions in a family hypnotherapy. A videotaped case example presents a mentally challenged low … Continue reading
This workshop presents an extensive exposure to the theoretical and strategic principles that underlie Ericksonian hypnotherapy. Participants will focus on and practice utilizations, pattern matching, motivational preparation, pattern disruptions, dissociations and splitting, linking and cognitive reframing, and closure with consolidation.
Many family interactions can be described as powerful hypnotic inductions. A hypnotherapist can utilize these same patterns as a basis for naturally occurring inductions at opportune moments in family interviews, e.g., during simultaneous speech by several family members. Parents, partners, … Continue reading