Next ASCH Workshop, 23 April 2017
We are pleased to present two speakers at the next ASCH workshop: Julie Ditrich and Rhondda Stewart.
WHEN: Sunday, 23 April 2017
WHERE: Ryde-Eastwood Leagues Club, 117 Ryedale Road, West Ryde NSW 2114.
COST: $50.00 Please go to the ASCH Shop to pay and register.
9.30 – 10.30 Group supervision
10.30 – 11.00 Morning tea
11.00 – 1.00 Julie Ditrich – Mythic storytelling and its application to clinical hypnotherapy
1.00 – 2.00 Lunch (not provided)
2.00 – 4.00 Rhondda Stewart – Discovering the body’s communication and how to deal with abreactions in a more naturalistic approach
Diarise the following 2017 workshop dates:
Sunday, 25 June 2017.
Sunday, 27 August 2017.
Sunday, 29 October 2017 (AGM)
Rhondda Stewart: Discovering the body’s communication and how to deal with abreactions in a more naturalistic approach
The work of Candace Pert and other molecular biologists has established the reality of the mind-body connection. Symptoms arise from the body, providing information about deep inner needs and processes. These symptoms need to be regarded as essential communication from within that needs to be acknowledged and utilised.
As functional human beings, and especially as hypnotherapists (indeed as therapists of all traditions), we are aware of the reality of communication from ‘within’ coming into our conscious awareness. In this workshop, you will have an opportunity to discover the very essence and expression of our unconscious mind and its responses and how we can support that communication into positive change. You will:
- Learn how the unconscious mind communicates through the body
- Discover the positive communication of an abreaction and how to support the client into positive change and healing
- Discover a naturalistic approach to encourage healing in both body and mind.
Julie Ditrich: Mythic storytelling and its application to clinical hypnotherapy
The Hero’s Journey is a term used to describe a narrative pattern found in myths, legends and folklore across the world whereby a male or female hero must proceed through a series of steps to fulfill a quest.
This session examines mythic story structure, as well as archetypal events, motifs and characters in context of the therapeutic journey a clinical hypnotherapist undertakes with his or her client. Not only can these concepts be integrated into analogies and hypnotherapy scripts to facilitate psychological transformation, but they can also be used in advertising and promotion of your therapy practice.
About Rhondda Stewart
Rhondda Stewart is a skilled Clinical Hypnotherapist/Psychotherapist, and Supervisor for ASCH, AHA, and the ACA. She is a trainer at the Australian College of Hypnotherapy, author and practitioner for over 30 years. She has designed workshops for continued education for many therapy-based practitioners and is skilled in Naturalistic Ericksonian Hypnosis. In this workshop, she will offer you tools and a different approach to listening and working with abreactions.
About Julie Ditrich
Julie Ditrich is a professional writer, editor and comics creator, as well as a publishing consultant. Her niches include visual storytelling and self-development. Julie has a BA in Professional Writing (University of Canberra), and has worked in mainstream publishing as a bookseller, publicist, marketing manager and author.
She was also employed as publications manager at the Australian Society of Authors (ASA). Julie has worked extensively as a comic book writer predominantly in the fantasy genre with sales of over 270,000 comics all over the world. She has presented comics workshops at various writers’ centres, festivals, libraries and pop culture events around Australia, as well as the Nepean Mental Health Centre, City of Sydney and JMC Academy. Julie was the co-founder of the ASA Comics / Graphic Novels Portfolio and was the co-portfolio holder between 2007 and 2012, and in 2016 also launched the Comics Mastermind™ professional development service. She is currently working on several short prose and comics stories for independent publishers, which will be published in 2018.
Julie is also the editor of The Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis.