Transforming Therapy, John Butler

Investment: $150.00; $190 at the door

Date/time: April 18, 2018; 9:30 am – 5:30 pm

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John Butler will guide you through the rich range of the multi-level, powerful and effective therapy developed by Gil Boyne in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, and continued in development until his passing in 2010. John, who worked intensively with Gil for the last 10 years of his life, collaborated with him in creating many of the later developments and he continues to develop the method today.

Gil Boyne shared the view with Fritz Perls that the most effective way to obtain progress and movement with a client who is stuck in inner conflict or deadlock, is to use the methods of drama and dialogue, and these are central to Transforming Therapy.

The workshop includes materials and guidance for continued self-development in these aspects, as well as teaching on the repertory of roles and therapeutic traits the practitioner can draw on, during the course of a session or over the course of a multi-session therapy with a client.

Gil’s profoundest conviction was that the human inner self is infinitely creative and regenerative, and all the skill and knowledge that he gained in a lifetime of dedication to therapeutic work were devoted to leading his clients, and his students, to realizing what he called the “beautiful truth about themselves”.

The seminar includes materials and teaching in developing, from your own personal value system, resources to assist clients in constructing creative value systems of their own.

Despite many derivatives and imitations on the market, Gil Boyne’s Transforming Therapy, developed by an exceptional practitioner who dedicated his mature life to the project, is unrivalled for its depth, effectiveness and humanity.

In this seminar you will be taught

* how to work most effectively with a client in integrative dialogue and acquiring new perceptions
* when to move the session from pre-hypnotic interview to uncovering work to trance, from trance to deep analytical work or to programming?
* the role of specific inductions to facilitate particular clients in different stages of therapy work
* how to achieve deep uncovering of emotions, life scripts and destructive fixed ideas
* how to achieve thorough decontamination of traumatic/sensitising events and achieve powerful closure
* how to guide the client to integration of subconscious and conscious understanding and enable the client to to take control of their own therapeutic changes
* how to guide the client in self-concept and life value reconstruction?

As a committed and creative therapist you will be glad you attended this seminar.

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Biography

Dr. John Butler has had a career over 35 years in hypnotherapy and other psychological methods of client change. His work is based on extensive clinical experience, lengthy training in hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and applied psychology, academic studies and neurological research, in which he holds a doctoral degree.

He has worked with major corporations, highly successful business people and A-list celebrities. He has been a hypnotherapy educator to a wide variety of health professionals including writing and tutoring the first official training in hypnotherapy in the NHS in 1992, teaching at the Royal College of Nursing in London. He is an instructor in surgical applications of hypnosis and has taught clinical hypnosis applications to surgeons and anaesthetists in a course accredited by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Dr. Butler has made many media appearances discussing hypnotherapy and has contributed to many publications and television programmes on hypnosis and has written numerous articles on hypnotherapy for magazines and newspapers. His work has been featured in Time magazine and Science. He is the clinical author of the book “Secrets of Hypnosis” published by Dorling Kindersley.

He undertook lengthy training with Gil Boyne and taught with him on many courses and masterclasses.

Dr. Butler was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award of the ACHE in 2011. https://hypnotherapytraininginternational.com/