||Dr. Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D.
||8. bis 9. Mai 2015
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Generative Trance and Transformation: The Experience of Creative Flow
This workshop explores generative trance as a
powerful means of transformation and change.
We will see how generative trance is different from both traditional and
Ericksonian hypnosis, in that it allows an integrated connection between a
person’s conscious and creative unconscious mind. Thus, rather than being controlled by an
external presence, a person gains control over their own transformational
In this workshop you will learn many
ways to develop the “creative flow’ of generative trance as a superior
alternative to the “fight, flight, freeze or fall asleep” approach of the
ordinary conscious mind. You will learn
how generative trance can be effectively used to achieve success, enjoy deep
intimacy, heal wounds and transform problems, and create new self-identity
maps. This is the cutting edge Dr.
Gilligan’s 35 years of work, offering new pathways to creative trance and
the presenter: Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D., is a psychologist who received his
doctorate from Stanford University. He
was a major student of Milton Erickson and has been elaborating this work for
the past 35 years, while also developing Self-Relations Psychotherapy.
In 2004, he received the rarely given Lifetime Achievement Award from the
Erickson Foundation in honor of his many contributions. He is well-known throughout the world for his
inspirational teaching He has published
extensively, and his books include the Therapeutic
Trances: The cooperation principle in Ericksonian hypnotherapy, The courage to
love: Principles and practices of Self-relations psychotherapy, The Legacy of
Erickson, Walking in two worlds, and The
Hero’s Journey (w/ R. Dilts). His
most recent book, Generative Trance: The
experience of creative flow, proposes and explores a third generation
approach to hypnotic work. His website is www.StephenGilligan.com.