IC11 Workshop 05 – The Sleeping Giant: Treating Depression with Individual and Family Hypnosis – Camillo Loriedo | INSTANTLY DOWNLOAD !
Depressive patients are described by Lynn Hoffman as Sleeping Giants, that cannot be awaken by powerful efforts, while they are ready to arouse because of the delicate stimulus of a child. The role played by the non-depressed family members in the development, as well as in the treatment of depression can be considered very relevant. Some useful principles for utilizing hypnosis with depressive individuals and families as well as clinical examples will be presented together with both specific techniques and specific pitfalls that can be expected in the course of the therapeutic process.
- List six interactional patterns of the depressive couple.
- Describe ten techniques for working with families with a depressive.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*