The opinions expressed in this presentation are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the view of the American Council of Hypnotist Exam
Becoming a certified hypnotherapist adds another dimension to our identity. Initially, we may feel less confident than we want to feel in claiming our new title. The purpose of this interactive presentation is to learn to use a quick method of writing a personal metaphor for “hypnotherapist” in order to support and sustain confidence over time.
Participants will examine their metaphors to specify areas of hypnosis in which they are strong, and areas in which they want to strengthen their expertise. They will also identify resources to support continued growth.
• Write a personal metaphor for “hypnotherapist”
• Analyze the metaphor
• Pinpoint knowledge or skills that may be weak
• Identify resources
• Includes short self-hypnosis process
Anna Kato, Ed.D., CHT, sound healer and shamanic practitioner, has a practice in Sacramento, California. A retired Lecturer and Supervisor of Teacher Education at UC Davis, Anna now often teaches in the Counselor Preparation Program at CSU Sacramento.