Course & Book – $179 | Course & Video – $328 | Video Only – $299
Roy Hunter, DIMDHA, FAPHP
To receive 12 CE Credits, you will need to separately purchase the Book: Hypnosis for Inner Conflict Resolution: Introducing Parts Therapy, complete the course materials and pass the knowledge test.
To receive 16 CE Credits, you will need to purchase the course & video bundle (50% Bundle Discount), complete the course materials and pass the knowledge test.
Client Centered Parts Therapy (CCPT) is based on the assumption that our personality is composed of a number of various parts and that the answers to a client’s problem can be found in the client’s own inner mind. It has proven to be especially valuable in helping clients resolve inner conflicts; and it also has successfully helped clients overcome other problems as well.
This is the online version of the 2-day live workshop we (Roy Hunter and/or Bruce Eimer) co-teach. This course presents the principles and practice of Client Centered Parts Therapy to help clients resolve inner conflicts; and explains the entire process step by step. For years, psychotherapists have recognized the utility of conceptualizing the psychodynamics of clients complex presenting symptoms in terms of the interactions of various personality parts (also called ego states, selves, subpersonalities, etc.). The late Charles Tebbetts based his Parts Therapy on Paul Federn’s work, but evolved it into a client centered approach and combined it with deep hypnosis in order to help clients resolve inner conflicts. Roy Hunter has updated the work of Tebbetts, and explains how Client Centered Parts Therapy differs from other similar techniques (such as Ego State Therapy, Voice Dialogue, etc.). The client centered approach is based on the concept that the client’s inner mind can resolve inner conflicts when the facilitator acts as a mediator and asks the right questions.
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- Explain the concept of Parts Therapy;
- Compare Parts Therapy with several other similar techniques such as Ego State Therapy;
- Summarize the four objectives that constitute the foundation of Client Centered Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy;
- Assess when Parts Therapy is indicated;
- Explain to a client how Parts Therapy is a way to mediate inner conflicts between different parts of the client’s personality;
- Utilize hypnotic techniques in order to adequately prepare the client for the Parts Therapy process;
- Properly apply the eleven steps of the Parts Therapy process (or protocol) to help a client resolve inner conflicts;
- Observe group practice of the Parts Therapy steps through group role play;
- Explain the preferred technique for integrating the parts before emerging the client;
- Use hypnotic suggestions and imagery to help the subconscious accept the resolution as fitting and viable;
- Observe demonstrations of the application of the 11-Step Process (protocol);
- Explain the conceptual and clinical rationale for each step of the Parts Therapy process.
C. Roy Hunter (2010). The Art of Hypnotherapy: Mastering Client-Centered Techniques (Part II of Diversified Client-Centered Hypnosis). 4th Ed., Crown House Publishing.
C. Roy Hunter (2005). Hypnosis for Inner Conflict Resolution: Introducing Parts Therapy. Crown House Publishing.
Note: Since this workbook is based on the above text, most references to it are omitted.
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|Module 1||Introduction and Overview|
|Unit 1||Abstract + Workbook (PT)|
|Unit 2||Learning Objectives (PT)|
|Unit 3||Parts Therapy Explained|
|Module 2||Variations of Parts Therapy|
|Unit 1||Ego State Therapy|
|Unit 2||Voice Dialogue|
|Unit 3||Inner Child Work|
|Unit 5||Other Variations|
|Module 3||Important Background Information|
|Unit 1||Overview of Parts Therapy Background Information|
|Unit 2||The Four Hypnotherapeutic Steps to Facilitate Change|
|Unit 3||What is Parts Therapy?|
|Unit 4||Which Hypnotherapy Objectives Can Parts Therapy Fulfill?|
|Unit 5||Why Regression Therapy is a Prerequisite to Parts Therapy?|
|Unit 6||Hypnotic Regressions: Cautions|
|Unit 7||When Is Parts Therapy Appropriate?|
|Unit 8||Ideomotor Response Questions (7 Psychodynamics)|
|Module 4||Exploring Parts Therapy|
|Unit 1||Overview of Exploring Parts Therapy|
|Unit 2||Article Written by Charles Tebbetts|
|Unit 3||An Important 1990 Update|
|Unit 4||Overview of Important Procedures|
|Unit 5||Outline of Parts Therapy Session|
|Unit 7||The 11-Step Process|
|Unit 8||Conclusion (Concluding the Parts Therapy Session)|
|Unit 9||Avoiding Potential Pitfalls|
|Module 5||Unresolved Past Grief|
|Unit 1||Overview of Unresolved Past Grief|
|Unit 2||Unresolved Past Grief|
|Module 6||For the Open-Minded|
|Unit 1||Exploring our Spiritual Potential and More…|
|Module 7||Sample Scripts|
|Unit 1||Establishing a Safe Place (or Peaceful Place)|
|Unit 2||Establishing Finger Responses before Parts Therapy|
|Unit 3||The 100 to 1 Technique|
|Unit 4||The 11-Step Process|
|Module 8||Attestation & Evaluation|
|Unit 1||Attestation (PT)|
|Unit 2||Course Evaluation (PT)|
|Module 9||Knowledge Test|
|Unit 1||48 Multiple Choice Questions (PT)|
|Module 10||Course Completion|
|Unit 1||References (PT)|
|Unit 2||Closing Remarks (PT)|
The Behavior Therapy Center, P.C. & Bruce Eimer, Ph.D., ABPP, are approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education for psychologists. The Behavior Therapy Center, P.C. & Bruce Eimer, Ph.D., ABPP, maintain responsibility for this program and its content.