September: 27 -29, 2018 – Brain-Based Hypnotherapy Training (Basic): Understand more about how and why hypnosis is the ideal accompaniment for teaching clients about how the mind works and it’s relationship to the brain and body.
September: 29 – 1 October, 2018 – Brain-Based Hypnotherapy Training (Advanced): Hone skills with variety of client presenting problems. Learn when and how to integrate hypnotic interventions.
August 10-12, 2018 : An introduction to Emotional Pain Intervention® (EPI): Brain-Changing Conversation Keys to Transformation.
Emotional Pain Intervention® (EPI) is a integrative psychotherapy research treatment guideline for facilitating brain-based tranformational change. Just as a pain management physician might intervene on physical pain complaints, i.e. deadening a nerve or blocking it from firing, neuroscience breakthroughs in the last few decades, allow psychotherapists to intervene on emotional-action networks of the primitive brain.
MindWorks Psychology, LLC is unique in that it offers new and innovative Brain-Based Coaching Services, involving step-by-step instruction on neuroscience to promote rapid changes in emotions, behaviors, thoughts to achieve optimal nervous system balance, stress proof your brain and body, clear heartbreak, reach peak performance in career and relationship.
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June 21-23, 2018 – Brain-Based Hypnotherapy Training (Basic):
Understand more about how and why hypnosis is the ideal accompaniment for teaching clients about how the mind works and it’s relationship to the brain and body. This basic workshop will be both didactic and experiential with an emphasis on acquiring neuroscience background for implementing hypnosis skills to use in your clinical practice.
June 23-25, 2018 – Brain-Based Hypnotherapy Training (Advanced):
Hone skills with variety of client presenting problems. Learn when and how to integrate hypnotic interventions. This advanced training introduces the Change Language Boot Camp so you’ll gain expertise in the power of words to transform.View All Trainings
Dr. Elizabeth Michas is licensed as a Psychologist in the state of Florida (PY4751) since 1992. Her clinical practice at Michas, Valentine & Gill Psychiatric Associates includes psychological and neuropsychological assessment in addition to her primary focus of psychotherapy. Her specialty areas include treatment of trauma, PTSD, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.
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Dr. Michas has created a model that joins the science of the brain with common curative factors in psychotherapy. After training with her I’m confident that I can be effective in eliminating emotional pain.
Melinda Paige, Ph.D., LMHC, LPC, CPCS, NCC
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Many people speak about the brain as having parts. In fact, it has specific hemispheres and key areas—BOTTOM, MIDDLE, and TOP—that can be targeted to harness neuroplasticity. As a therapist,
Neuroplasticity. As a therapist, you need to understand this term especially when conceptualizing problems and planning client interventions. You can use neuroscience in your practice for better results. Understanding neuroplasticity