Join us for Wendy Lemke's 'LIVE' 90 min. Webinar:
Lighting the Therapeutic Path
Principles for Safe & Manageable Therapeutic Progress
Tired of feeling like you need more to treat your challenging clients? Do you or they feel 'stuck'? Do YOU feel stuck? Do they get worse when you try to nudge therapeutic progress/motivation? Does suicidal ideation and/or self-harm escalate with treatment interventions?
If so, discover how to light the therapeutic path for progress.
*This Session will be recorded and available for 30 days to registered participants.
Light the path and help your clients find a safe and manageable direction to their future self.
***These Principles will soon be published in a German publication:
Lemke, W. (in press): Ego-State-Therapie - Prinzipien für die Praxis. In: Sollmann, C. (ed.): Klinische Hypnotherapie. Entwicklungen, Methoden und Anwendungsgebiete. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.
Trauma and other challenging cases often include many complexities that motivate therapists to seek additional education and/or consultation. Therapy can halt, progress slowly, or destabilize clients. Often therapists turn to other modalities, and seek further training on additional treatment modalities not realizing their treatment strategies may be effecitve but their over all treatment approach neglects the system of the self. In other words, the multiplicity of the self is ofen overlooked, thus a treatment strategy that could be helpful to one part of the self, causes problems for another part of the self leading to decompensation.
The P-principles adapted from Ego State theory and therapy emphasize the importance of priming our therapeutic work for safety and connection by providing respectful strategies and language that keep in mind the unique needs of the entire system of self including attachment style.
This workshop will provide a basic understanding of these principles and provide you with ways to incorporate them into your therapeutic approach regardless of what treatment modalities you are using to promote safe and manageable progress.
Wendy Lemke is the co-founder of Ego State Therapy North American (ESTNA), the North American representative to Ego State Therapy International (ESTI), the editor of the ESTI newsletter, along with being a certified ESTNA and ESTI consultant and trainer.
She is an American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) fellow, certified approved consultant, and former Vice President of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH). She is also an active member of the Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis (MSCH) and has served on the Board and various committees for both organizations as well as teaching basic, intermediate, and advanced workshops at regional and annual conferences.
She has received numerous awards. She has been honored with four awards from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis: two awards for publishing, a Merit award, and a Presidential award for her continued efforts to expand clinical hypnosis education to the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. She was also awarded the Daniel P. Kohen M.D. Outstanding Clinician Award in recognition of outstanding leadership in the clinical practice, teaching, and utilization of therapeutic hypnosis by the Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
She has published articles in the Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, and the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, and a chapter for a Hypnosis book (In press) in Germany. She wrote and produced the documentary: You’re Not Crazy & You’re Not Alone: Inside the Inner World of Dissociative Identity Disorder as well as Self-hypnosis recordings for sleep and mental vacations.
Wendy is a licensed consulting and clinical psychologist with over thirty years of clinical experience. She is a sought-after presenter for her engaging style and expertise in the fields of clinical hypnosis, ego state therapy, and trauma related disorders. She teaches and consults around the globe and enjoys sharing her passion for clinical hypnosis and helping others become certified.
This is an online 'live' 90 minute webinar that will be recorded. The recording link will be available for 30 days.
This will be 'live' online Dec. 28th, if you previously had a Jan. DOS, that is incorrect. It will air at 11 am Central Time Zone.
*Book CEU's separately via the link on the left.
APA CE's available for additional $15 fee for 1.5 hours through Bridgepoint for this webinar. Must attend all day with video on. No partial credit. Must sign-up and pay for this prior to course (Make sure your licensing board accepts APA): Link to register for CE's