Apr 24, 2024  
2021-22 Hamilton Holt School Graduate 
    
2021-22 Hamilton Holt School Graduate [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CPY 660 - Clinical Hypnosis


Credit(s): 1-5
This course is designed to meet the training requirements for Florida 490 & 491 licensed mental health professionals (psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, and marriage and family counselors) to practice hypnosis as defined by Florida licensing codes 64B4-6.006 and 7002-3. Eriksonian, analytic, and behavioral medicine theories and applications of clinical hypnosis are reviewed. Topics include relationships between personality dynamics, psychopathology, and clinical hypnosis; induction and deepening techniques; assessment and treatment planning; myths and misconceptions of clinical hypnosis; and contraindications, legal and ethical in the practice of clinical hypnosis. Use of clinical hypnosis to address several clinical issues, such as anxiety, depression, pain, and habit release, is also addressed. Differences and commonalities between clinical hypnosis and Buddhist mindfulness meditation will also be presented. This course includes a significant experiential and practice component.



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