Interventions at the deepest level of identity and self concept
Almost all of our thinking is self-referential, and this self-referential thinking revolves around enhancing, bolstering and protecting a seemingly PERMANENT, STABLE and SEPARATE self. However, this sense of being the agent or “captain of the ship” is an illusion, and falling for this illusion and maintaining it creates a lot of unnecessary suffering.
This seminar is about how you can help your clients (and yourself) to see through this illusion as it relates to their presenting issues. Paradoxically, healthy psychological development (and many changes) require a sense of self for the purpose of healthy boundaries and clear communication. This is also a seminar about how to help clients manage this seeming paradox.
Jørgen Rasmussen has seen clients professionally since becoming a trainer of NLP in 1998. He is the author of Provocative Hypnosis (2008) and Provocative Suggestions (2015), and consistently sees clients from all over the world, in addition to teaching seminars internationally. He teaches a Psychological Illusion Model of Hypnosis and Changework, a framework that rejects the notion of "mental illness" and which views most of unnecessary suffering as the result of people falling for some basic psychological illusions and basically misunderstanding the nature of their own experience.
2 hour presentation Friday 08:45 - 10:30 York Theatre