Chapter 1: An Extra-ordinary Experience (29 min.)
Chapter 2: Building Rapport (37 min.)
Chapter 3: Ericksonian Utilization (35 min.)
Chapter 4: Working with Resistance (35 min.)
The Phoenix Hypnosis Seminars is a collection of private
teaching seminars conducted in 2016 for members of the Milton H.
Erickson Institute of Phoenix. Each session is lead by Dan Short, Ph.D.,
who has been teaching and training professionals since 1995. In keeping
with the informal style of Ericksonian Hypnosis, Short leads the
audience in and out of trance as he demonstrates the relative ease by
which therapeutic suggestion can be conveyed.
This video will be enjoyed by professionals and students
who are new to hypnosis as well as those who are seeking a deeper
understanding of the conversational approach. This core Ericksonian
skill set is taught within the context of Short’s transformational
problem solving model.
Chapter 1: Working with Negative Transference (36
Chapter 2: Working with Victimization (27 min.)
Chapter 3: Working with Defiant Resistance (26 min.)
Chapter 4: Working with Absolute Despair (22 min.)
is a collection of private teaching
seminars conducted in 2016 & 2017 with members of the Milton H. Erickson
Institute of Phoenix. In these lessons, therapists reenact their most
difficult encounters with patients as Dan Short seeks to uncover unique
opportunities that exist within each problematic situation.
This video will be enjoyed by any professional who cares about people
in need and wishes to succeed where others have failed. Graduate
students in mental health care will also benefit from the experiential
wisdom shared by several seasoned therapists. This demonstration and
discussion of collaborative problem solving is meant to increase the
confidence and ease by which therapy is conducted. In order to realize
the fantastic nature of our best selves, we must have our
core skills challenged.