Kate Beaven-Marks is an enthusiastic, experienced hypnotist, instructor and international presenter, using a wealth of knowledge developed from extensive studies and research, including how hypnotherapy is taught (Doctoral research), and experience gained from teaching in Colleges and Universities. Director of Studies for the Alterjective Institute and therapist with Affinity Hypnosis, Kate teaches students from novice to advanced, and works in a range of settings, including medical and surgical hospital environments.
LOCUS OF CONTROL: INFLUENCING CHANGE & DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
This practical workshop explores the Locus of Control scale, how to identify a client’s location on the scale, the implications and influences of this, and how to help the client achieve a more balanced position, leading to a more engaged, empowered and emotionally responsible client.
HYPNOSIS IN HOSPITAL: BRIEF STRATEGIC INTERVENTIONS
Would you like to work with patients in a hospital environment? Prepare your clients, whether as a day-case or in-patient? This workshop explores patient models and roles and the specific challenges of working with hypnosis in a medical or surgical setting, and discusses a range of effective protocols and techniques, including a single session approach using the ‘Stages of Change’ model.