I had the rare privilege of learning from the late Milton Erickson MD, and have been teaching my version of what I learnt from him over the last 35 years in Australia, Scandinavia, Europe, Asia and USA.
Over the last 40 years, I continue to be astonished and delighted at the benefits of including The Ericksonian approach to hypnosis, to help clients to move more respectfully and rapidly towards their own unique solutions. As therapists, we can have the double satisfaction of being part of their progression, and also having our practice expand as a result.
In this programme we will explore the easy, common, everyday practicalities of including a solution approach to hypnosis as a powerfully elegant addition to any therapist's practice.
Starting immediately after registration, and running for the next 6 weeks, I am offering this interactive online programme which will unfold, with new elements added every week in small enough components to easily fit in with a busy life.
There will be opportunities to read, view demonstrations and slide presentations, listen to audios, reflect, make comments, read comments from others, and join a supportive, safe community of like minded learners.
There will be a series of 1 hour video coaching calls where your questions can be answered. The video calls will be recorded for your future reference and have emerged as a core component of our shared learning.
Every component of this programme including the coaching calls can be downloaded as a permanent resource so you can have the pleasure of playing with the components at your own pace, with total absence of pressure.
It might be surprising to some, but online learning has been shown to result in a greater likelihood of being incorporated into clinical practice than face to face learning.
This multi modal, interactive structure will result in an easy learning which will create the necessary confidence so you can include hypnosis in your practice immediately.
As with many of my programmes, registering for this programme give you access to any time in the future when it is offered again - without further payment.
I am also scheduling ongoing monthly calls after the programme is completed so the learning can continue as we share and converse with others who are continue to consolidate and expand expand their experience
I hope you will join us in this unique opportunity.
Click the "get instant access" button to pay the US$297, A$377, NZ$377, €247, GB£227.
This will take you to a page where you can enter your credit card details.
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After you have completed the payment, you will directed to a page where you can click on the “get started today” button which will take you to the easy hypnosis site where you can immediately begin to explore!
The orientation video is there as well as dates for the coaching calls where you can have your questions answered.
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Registration closes soon and we are glad to offer a no questions asked 100% refund until 12th March, 2018.
And ... registration gives you free access to this programme whenever it happens again in the future as well as the ongoing coaching calls.
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‘ 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 LMFT
A 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.