Thank you for considering this opportunity.
Over the next 4 weeks, I will send you a short video most days - no longer than 10 minutes - outlining a specific exercise to play with.
These exercises evolved from my direct experience of learning with Milton Erickson and teaching my version around the globe over the last 4 decades.
They will be a useful introduction to an easy, respectful, down to earth approach to hypnosis for anyone exploring the possibility of including hypnosis into their practice.
They will also enhance the way of working for those already using hypnosis in their practice, and an opportunity to review and expand the learning for anyone already familiar with this Ericksonian approach.
I promise that interacting with these simple exercises will make an important contribution to the effectiveness of your work, and add to your personal satisfaction by experiencing a natural ease rather than a struggle to remember any specific theory, script, or technique.
If this interests you, simply leave your name and email address below and you will immeditely receive the first video.
Also, please let any of your colleagues who may be interested know about this and invite them to sign up.
Let the learning continue ...
‘ Rob McNeilly studied with Milton H. Erickson M.D. ... is one of the most knowledgeable practitioners of Ericksonian methods in Australia. His teaching is clear, entertaining and edifying.’ Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D. Board of Directors, The Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona.“Rob McNeilly worked with Milton Erickson, has been an invited presenter at International Ericksonian Congresses, and is a passionate and skilful teacher of the Solution Oriented Approach. I know him and his work, and value his personal and professional contributions." Bill O’Hanlon MS LMFTA highly skilled presenter whose unique perspectives and playful demeanour make for a delightful learning experience.’ Michael D. Yapko, Ph.D.‘ .. Your clear and practical teaching of the solution oriented approach has enabled me to achieve more effective interventions with greater ease ..... the approach is applicable in many different contexts...’ Peter Thorneycroft, Psychologist.