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Melissa TiersCoaching the Unconscious Mind

Monday, August 28th


Coaching the Unconscious Mind

This class is an immersion on multi-level communication, practical neuroscience and unconscious influence. It is designed to give you a variety of ways to help your clients change habituated patterns of thought, feeling and behavior. You will learn dynamic and conversational ways of rewiring the brain, reconsolidating memories, and strategic trigger release that will allow you to put down your script books for good.

The course is a blend of conversational hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistics, and processes created from the latest research in cognitive neuroscience and embodied cognition. From the recent studies on the adaptive unconscious we know that most issues are habituated patterns that have their roots in priming,cognitive biases and conditioning. This class teaches you how to access and change those patterns from procrastination and anxiety to motivation and goal achievement.

Some of what you will learn:

Memory reconsolidation and how to rewrite old programs.
Priming the unconscious mind through language and environment.
The Meta Pattern of change for neutralizing triggers.
Re-imprinting for conversational regression.
Self-directed neuroplasticity to teach your clients to rewire their brain.
Rapid techniques to change emotions and eliminate cravings and compulsions.
Creative inductions for deep trance conversations.
Conscious/ unconscious dissociation for problem solving.
Spatial and temporal language for shifting internal representations.
Coaching Through Time: a recursive protocol for generative change.

Melissa Tiers

Melissa Tiers is a multi-award winning author, trainer and clinical hypnotist. She is the founder of The Center for Integrative Hypnosis in New York City where she teaches courses in clinical hypnosis, neuro-linguistic psychology and practical neuroscience. Melissa is an international lecturer and an adjunct faculty member of The New York Open Center and the Tri-State College of Acupuncture.