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Integrating Hypnosis with CBT, NLP and Mindfulness for Anxiety

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Integrating Hypnosis with CBT, NLP and Mindfulness for Anxiety

CPD workshop event

Date: October 23rd

Time: 7.30pm to 930pm

Venue: Kings College London

Guy’s Campus, New Hunt’s House G.3

Free for staff and students of Kings College

For staff and students of Kings College please ensure you bring valid KCL ID)

External delegates must register in advance *(free for centre students)

£12 for non centre

Limited places apply

With: Jimmy Petruzzi

World Renowned High Performance coach, Hypnotherapist and NLP Trainer, Award Winning Coach, Bestselling Author, Presenter, award winning speaker, developer of Cognitive Reprocessing , World renowned and sort after conference speaker Jimmy Petruzzi


Anxiety Overview

Hypnosis Overview (Dissociation) (Direct/Indirect)

The role of different brainwaves in hypnosis

Mind-body connection

Fight or flight responses

Mindfulness Overview

ABC model

Re appraisal

Cognitive biases

Maladaptive processing of emotions



Personality type and Anxiety

Thoughts and Feelings

Thought Records

Imagery Based Exposure

Assessment of Beliefs

Nutritional considerations

Effects of Exercise

Cortisol in the system



Breathing technique’s

Visualization technique

Understanding self-hypnosis

The underlying assumptions that are often found with severe anxiety,

sensory experience

single event, followed by some reinforcing events


Identifying negative thoughts

Challenging your negative thoughts:

Replacing negative thoughts with realistic thoughts:

Pre reading will be emailed upon registration

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In psychotherapy and coaching, hypnosis is most often used to complement cognitive behavioural approaches. Hypnosis is essentially used to implant new, positive suggestions into the subconscious while circumventing critical analysis by the conscious mind. These suggestions challenge and replace negative beliefs that reside in the subconscious and under-lie the client’s problems, both cognitive and behavioural expressions.

As cognitive behavioural therapy approaches have the same basic objective, but primarily addresses the conscious mind, hypnosis is a valuable addition to ensuring a stronger, multifaceted perspective. Research has found that this combination is much more effective that traditional cognitive behavioural therapy. In a meta-analysis of 18 studies that compared CBT with the same therapy supplemented by hypnosis, the average client receiving cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy showed greater improvement than 70% of clients receiving only non-hypnotic treatment (Kirsch, Montgomery, & Sapirstein, 1995).

Concepts reach areas of the brain that were formed early in phylogenetic history ; they reach primitive sides of the brain, the hypothesised focus of maladaptive psychological patterns. Problems are lodged in the limbic areas of the brain, the emotional /social centre. If problems were located in pre frontal cortex, the reasoning centre , they would be easy to resolve-an instruction manual would suffice. In contradistinction,

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This seminar is in no way a replacement for any prescribed medication; nor is it intended to contraindicate or supersede any medically diagnosed conditions or designed to treat anyone or make any recommendation's learners deploy techniques as part of any treatment plan. The seminar is for educational purposes

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