Join expert change worker Jørgen Rasmussen and learn about the barriers that can be faced to effective change work and what you can do to overcome them.
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WHEN CLIENTS DON'T CHANGE: . WHAT THEY DIDN’T TEACH YOU AT YOUR HYPNOTHERAPY, NLP OR COACHING SCHOOL.
Most hypnotherapy, NLP and coaching courses focus on what to do to help a client change. Very seldom is there any emphasis on what to do (and how to think) when clients don’t change.
A DIRTY LITTLE SECRET IN THE COACHING AND THERAPY INDUSTRY....
Attendees on training courses often think that the people selected for demos in training courses are random, but most often, the trainer is looking to select the most likely person to do a good demo with. And who can blame them? HOWEVER, while this often results in demos that look good on stage, it leaves the students with an impression that changework is easier than it often is. It also leaves them clueless as to what to do when clients don’t seem to respond or change at all.
What’s worse, the students often think that it’s just a matter of congruence or confidence. But clients can NOT BENEFIT or NOT CHANGE due to several factors.
One factor is what Eugene Gendlin called “felt sense” in his book titled Focusing. In his work he was curious about who were the best clients. He discovered that those who did the best in various forms of psychotherapy were usually good at being in touch with the “FELT SENSE” of their issue while in the office and that they could access it voluntarily.
As a matter of fact almost all NLP and hypnotherapy formats depends on a client having this capacity. But what do you do when you meet a client who can’t voluntarily access a “felt sense” of their issue ? What do you do then? It doesn’t help much to attempt to just shift over to another technique or format that also requires the same “felt sense”.
This is just one of several factors often at play when clients don’t change despite the best efforts and intentions of both client and helper.
Remember: There is NO magic technique... NO “panacea for all issues”… AND certainly NO mythical 100% success rate.
So how do you deal with...
❓- Unhypnotisable clients?
❓- People who can’t connect with their feelings?
❓- Clients who can’t make mental images?
❓- Who can’t ‘do the problem’ in the room?
❓- Clients who sabotage their success or deliberately don’t follow instructions.
❓- Or simply those who like to identify as “nothing works on me”
In this series of seminars, experienced change worker, Jørgen Rasmussen will share his best troubleshooting tips based upon 26 years of seeing clients, eight of them seeing “impossible clients “ with a no change no pay policy.
The seminar will run over seven sessions in May to July.
It is hoped that participants will aim to make most if not all sessions live. A link to watch the recording of each session will be provided to all who book on.
Participants will be given the opportunity to join a closed Facebook group to support the seminar. Here members can ask questions and share experiences.
The seminar will run over seven online sessions on the following dates:
Each session will start at 6:30pm UK time and last between 1.5- 2 hours depending on the topic and level of interaction.
Booking will be for all seven sessions – due to the nature of the material we cannot accept bookings solely for individual sessions.
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