- Topic Areas:
- Brief Therapy Conference | Brief Therapy Conference 2010
- Maggie Phillips, PhD
- Audio Only
- Original Program Date :
- Dec 09, 2010
This workshop explores the practice of radical self-acceptance and self-forgiveness as an antidote to the suffering that stems from loneliness, loss, alienation, past trauma, physical and emotional pain, and health disorders. Participants will explore the links between self-regulation, self-forgiveness, and radical acceptance. We will also explore the practice of mindfulness and hypnotic self-suggestion as ways to address imbalances while strengthening feelings of well-being and happiness. The model of radical forgiveness as a spiritual practice and as a product of spiritual intelligence will also be discussed.
- Describe the links between self-regulation, self-acceptance, and self-forgiveness.
- Explain three techniques designed to develop radical self-acceptance.
- Describe ways to address imbalances via hypnotic self-suggestion.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*
Maggie Phillips, Ph.D, is a licensed psychologist in full-time private practice in Oakland, California. She is director of the California Institute of Clinical Hypnosis and past-president of the Northern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis.