Join me as I share specific seven thoughts and ideas regarding where I see the education of the hypnotic process advancing in the coming years. For a process that has only been called “hypnosis” for less than 150 years, we’re too “young” of a profession to fall prey to “that’s how it’s always been done.”
The application of the strategies and techniques continue to evolve. Whether you’re the student or the instructor, it is essential that you know how to enhance your learning process and look for small, specific details that make the hypnosis process more effective.
My primary focus is on how to put more QUALITY into the training, and how to incorporate more context-based learning strategies.
”Think about the learning of hypnosis as more of a process-based learning instead of top-down learning.” – Jason Linett
- Formulas overs Protocols
- Context rather than Content
- Four specific questions to look at the context
- Flexibility instead of Absolutism
- The virus of the “Magic Method”
- Practitioner transcends technique
- Common Sense over Old Beliefs
- Authoritarian vs. Permissive
- Quality over Quantity
- Continuous Feedback instead of Solo Learning
- The responsibility of the instructor
- Hybrid Approach over Single-Track Learning