Regression and Parts Therapy
C. Roy Hunter
This course will cover the basic essentials of regression and parts therapy, starting with the foundation of client centered hypnosis. Included will be tips on how to know when to use either regression to discover and release causes of problems, or when to use parts therapy to help clients resolve inner conflicts. There is special emphasis on knowing the difference between leading and guiding, in order to minimize the risk of false memories and to avoid projecting preconceived conclusions into the sessions.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The primary goal of this course is to prepare students for client centered applications of regression and parts therapy when appropriate for the client by providing a solid foundation in the following areas:
- An understanding of the four primary hypnotherapy objectives, the foundation of client centered hypnosis.
- Knowing how to use ideomotor responses when it is not clear which technique to employ.
- Learning the five phases of regression therapy.
- Learning parts therapy in a step-by-step process.
Each week will have a unique portfolio of video lectures. Follow the links below to access each weeks lectures. Live class discussions will focus on clarification of the week’s reading and lecture material so pace your lecture viewing appropriately.
ONLINE CLASS DISCUSSIONS
Class will meet for one hour on October 18th
INDIVIDUAL CLASS MEETING TOPICS
- The Four Cornerstones of Successful Hypnotherapy
- Ideomotor response questions and seven psychodynamics of causes
- Overview of the Five Phases of Regression Therapy
- Guiding vs. Leading
- A safe regression exercise
- Phase 1: Client Preparation
- Phase 2: Regression Techniques to Discover the Cause
- Phase 3: Abreactions and Release
- Phase 4: Subconscious Relearning
- Phase 5: Concluding the Session
- What Is Parts Therapy?
- Variations of parts therapy
- Preparation Phase
- The 11-Step Process
- Concluding the Session
- Potential Pitfalls
- Suggested Reading: Hypnosis for Inner Conflict Resolution