Join us for an exciting FREE online event with Jørgen Rasmussen - expert change worker and developer of the Psychological Illusion Model (PIM).
Date: Tuesday 28th November 2024. 6:30-8pm UK time. Register for free below.
In this 90 minute online event you will get to
The focus will be on the myth of traumatic memories
In an era where “everyone is talking about trauma” and the traumatologists have so strongly set the premises for how we collectively as a culture understand psychological suffering, it’s a very relevant topic for our times.
But what if the traumatologists are mistaken and operating from premises about memory , emotion, meaning making , and the self , that are outdated and inaccurate?
This webinar will help you discover the myth of traumatic memories, and may inspire you to want to explore the Psychological Illusion Model (PIM) in depth.
PIM combines the best of eastern and western approaches to change, hypnosis, and psychology and is rooted in 26 years of full time client practice.
Whether you are a psychotherapist, NLP'er, Hypnotherapist, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (or any other type of change-worker) or if you are interested in your own personal development, this workshop will be of great interest to you.
Register for the free event at the link below.
About Jørgen Rasmussen
Jørgen’s work draws on a number of influences including: hypnosis, NLP, meditation and eastern and western approaches to psychology. He is creator of the Psychological Illusion Model (PIM) a proven effective approach to change work.
Jørgen has worked professionally as an expert agent of change for over twenty years. He is the author of the books “Provocative Hypnosis” and “Provocative Suggestions” which have been widely acclaimed. John Grinder (co-creator of NLP) says of his work… “this is the stuff of genius”.
For eight years, Jørgen ran what he describes as an ‘impossibles practice’ dealing with extremely challenging clients. What he will teach in this workshop demonstrates how he has subsequently refined and simplified his approach over the intervening years, so that it is simpler and more effective and more transferable to other contexts.