Ericksonian philosophy is the foundation of the coaching model offered by our School. Every intervention is built upon the negotiation and definition of the objectives the client wishes to achieve.
The first step is all about identifying the client’s uniqueness, co-constructing each session based on her specific needs and goals. Emphasis will be placed on contexts and relational dynamics clients are involved is.
We work to obtain long-term, sustainable changes by proceeding with a small-steps approach.
We believe that imposed or rushed changes can result in actual stalemates. By adopting this mindset coaches can promote real change in the client’s life, while respecting her identity and values.
After a short theoretical introduction, the training will proceed adopting an intensive, practical and experiential format: participants will go through exercises of increasing difficulty aimed at developing the necessary skills to competently use hypnosis in their professional practice.
The School of Hypnotic Coaching will take place in 5 modules of three days each (fridays to sundays). Dates are available on the right side of this page.
In some countries the course fee can be deducted from taxes.
The School of Hypnotic Coaching Diploma will be issued after a final exam is successfully completed. The testing procedures will be communicated during the course of the training.
The diploma will be issued by the Milton H. Erickson Institute of Turin.
The client’s request
- The first session
- Developing analytical skills: contexts, cultures, relationships
- Goal setting
- Ethics and professional codes of conduct
Developing the request
- Small steps towards the final goal
- Using the client’s personal history value to improve self-consciousness
- Building work hypotheses
Focusing on the coach-client relationships
- Working with the person
- Analyzing the coach-client relationship
- The continuous learning approach as a working tool
- Ericksonian Rapports
Perfecting Hypnotic Skills
- Your skills at the client’s service
- Using the resources originating from your relationship with the client
- Set the stage to summon the client’s potential
- Putting the client’s potential to practical use
- Stabilizing achievements
- Recognizing and Utilizing both stability and change
- What next?
- Ending the coaching intervention
Participants who find themselves in difficult or complex situations can request personal Supervision from an expert coach.