Hypnosis and Hypnoanalysis Training for Therapists
Learn Age Regression and Subconscious Restructuring during these upcoming hypnosis/hypnoanalysis trainings.
1) Workshop Introducing and Skill Building for licensed therapists and students – April 28, 2016, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2) Advanced Training in Hypnoanalysis – April 29–May 1, 2016, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
For more details about the difference between Hypnotherapy and Hypnoanalysis: What is Hypnotherapy and Hynoanalysis?
Founded in 1974, the American Academy of Medical Hypnoanalysts is a non-profit organization offering hypnosis training for professionals. AAMH uses a holistic form of directed brief psychotherapy to promote cognitive shifts for mind, body, and spirit healing. Most Axis 1 conditions respond successfully to hypnoanalysis. Smoking cessation, weight control and performance improvement programs are also offered.
Medical hypnosis, also called hypnoanalysis, is an in-depth training model. It uses a structured process that guides therapists in using hypnosis to effect therapeutic self-discovery, transformation and healing in clients/patients. Under the umbrella of AAMH, hypnoanalysis is used by qualified persons in medicine, psychology, and other scientific fields to decrease human suffering and to promote human welfare.
AAMH also offers a national network of trained therapists available to help professionals incorporate hypnosis into their practice. As a member of AAMH you can access ongoing consultation and support as your hypnoanalysis practice grows. AAMH is a multi-disciplinary organization open to Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Physicians, Licensed Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Social Workers and Ministers. AAMH has been the original and exclusive training organization for Medical Hypnoanalysis for over 30 years.
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For a brief article explaining hypnoanalysis, click here.