7th – 9th February, 2020
Crows Nest, Sydney, Australia
Dr Roby Abeles
Who this training is for:
The BSP & ADDICTIONS training with the Crocodile, and (NEW) Hero’s Journey Set-Ups, will introduce participants to the recently developed and enormously successful “BSP Crocodile set up” (a Double Spot + Single Spot) to help their addicted clients stop urges & cravings quickly, through brain changes, and then imagine their future free of the addiction. This gives the addict a big advantage in achieving sobriety.
Still leaning into the power of narrative therapy, the brand new Hero’s Journey process, with a Brainspotting MultiFocal Set Up, provides meaning from the adversity the client has been through, and reframes their addiction in a way that removes shame and provides a new view of what skills and qualities they learned that they can now use for the good of all concerned. This set up can be used with all clients not just those presenting with addiction issues.
The training will also introduce:
There will be a live demonstration of the full” Crocodile Set Up” – The Double Spot + The Expansion Spot – divided into 2 separate demos to provide a very clear demonstration of all facets of the Crocodile Set Up. Then the attendees will have an opportunity to practice the set up both as client and therapist in dyads with a full, big group debrief.
The brand new 3rd day of this training is devoted to an exploration of Joseph Campbell’s Monomyth; The Hero’s Journey, as it applies not only to addiction issues but to all issues clients bring to therapy.
There will also be a live demonstration of The Hero’s Journey Multifocal Set-Uppartici. Participants will have time to practice the Hero’s Journey worksheet and Set-Up in dyads, first completing a worksheet of their own Hero’s Journey with focus on one area of their lives, and practice of the multifocal BSP set up, with a group debrief.
After this training, participants will be able to:
Information about your trainer Dr Roby Abeles
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