CPD Workshop : Unconscious Processing

How to explain to your clients what's going on in their heads

The recent advances in neuroscience and cellular biology are shedding new light on the way people think and process their experiences. This one-day workshop reviews recent research and explores the opportunities offered by these findings for working more effectively with clients.

Therapists and counsellors will become more conversant with a neuroscientific model of change and develop ways to communicate this to clients. Exercises will help practitioners build techniques based upon leveraging people's internal decision-making processes.

Among topics covered in the workshop will be: unconscious v conscious processing, brain functionality, neural networks, the bio-chemistry of emotions, memory storage, mirror neurons and brain plasticity.

Attendees receive a manual and Certificate of Continuous Professional Development.

Call 01229 583750 to reserve your place

Fee: £40, places are limited so please book in advance. Coffee & tea provided. Please bring own lunch.

Location: Green Lane Farm, Green Lane, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 0JX

When: see Calendar

Time: 10.00 - 16.00

About Lisa Morgan

Lisa Morgan B.Sc. PGCE CMH CHyp MPNLP is currently Vice Chair of the UK Guild of Hypnotist Examiners. She became interested in exploring the executive power of the unconscious twenty years ago, when she created communication strategies for global advertising campaigns. An author and regular public speaker, Lisa has run workshops all over the world, most recently in the USA, Japan and the UK.

Course descriptions

Training Courses

Creative Hypnosis
Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis
Certificate in Hypnotherapy
NLP Practitioner Diploma
NLP Master Practitioner


Transformational Questioning
Unconscious Processing (CPD)
Leaping (for work teams)
Making it up (for work teams)
Communicating with the Unconscious (for business)
Introduction to Shamanic Trance
The Glass Half Full
My Future
Talent for Life
What I Will Be
Personal Development Skills

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