West of England

Rapid Everyday Techniques for the Busy Practitioner - helping with emotional distress

When: 23/03/2019 9.30-17.00
Location:

The Black Horse

Old Honiton Rd

Blackhorse

Exeter

EX5 2FT

About the training:

IF YOU ARE A DOCTOR, PSYCHOLOGIST OR NURSE THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU!

This one day workshop will teach you ways to utilise your time more effectively with emotionally distressed or anxious patients. Learn how to use rapid hypnotic techniques, imagery, and language, to calm your clients and patients, change their focus towards a positive outcome and quickly teach them ways to relax. As well as helping your patients these techniques can also help YOU feel calmer and avoid burnout.

The day's trainer will be Dr Ann Williamson who was a GP for more than thirty years and has used hypnosis and brief therapy both formally and informally since the 1990s.. She has trained in hypnosis, NLP, brief solution oriented therapy and other approaches. She has been a trainer for the British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis for many years. She has also lectured at Manchester, Chester and Salford Universities. She has run numerous workshops on brief psychological interventions and stress management over the years both in the UK and abroad.

She has written three books: on stress management, smoking cessation and on brief psychological interventions in clinical practice. She is also co-editor of A Handbook of Contemporary Hypnosis published by Wiley in 2011 and has contributed to several other books and journals. She is also a Reiki Master Trainer and has an interest in creativity and exploring one’s emotions through the arts.

For more details please visit www.annwilliamson.co.uk

 

BSCAH members - £10
Non-members - £50

THIS EVENT IS ONLY OPEN TO FULLY REGISTERED HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS.

Enquire:
To book a place please go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rapid-everyday-techniques-for-the-busy-practitioner-helping-with-emotional-distress-tickets-53854937568 If you have any queries please contact   bscahwest@gmail.com  or  natoffice@bscah.co.uk