Self-hypnosis as a Life Skill for Busy Research Workers
The use of hypnosis as a research tool as well as an adjunct to treatment for a very broad range of psychological, medical and dental problems, has achieved increasing recognition. Hypnosis can be used as a very effective addition to self development and can help people to achieve their potential. Therefore, this workshop focuses on teaching researchers the skills of self-hypnosis; with the aim to help them deal with issues that arise during the early stages of their careers.
The programme is a structured cognitive behavioural approach. The delivery includes short talks, discussion in the large group as well as pair work, a demonstration of hypnotic suggestibility and experiences of hypnosis.
Anticipated learning outcomes:
By the end of this session, you will have a fuller understanding of:
Priority of booking will be given to Research and Other Staff covered by the Roberts' Agenda. Other Research Staff are welcome where places are available.
Roberts' transferable skills addressed:
Date, time and venue: 2 x 0.5 day, workshops:
Day 2: of the 20 January Start Date is 27 January 2009, 1300-1600
Day 2: of the 20 July Start Date is 27 July 2009, 1300-1600
Facilitator: Dr Val Walters, Co-Director, Hypnosis Unit UK in Association with the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, UCL
How to book: Booking Form
OSD Course Contact: Edward Baber