Workshop 03 – Stephen Lankton, MSW, DAHB – Self-Image Thinking and Tools of Intention
Self-Image Thinking (SIT) is one of the cognitive – experiential interventions that every therapist will find useful for almost every client. The ‘Tools of Intention’ are best seen as techniques of positive-oriented psychotherapy. They can be practiced in therapy with or without hypnosis. These tools are protocols taken from an analysis of how minds already function but with an important twist: The protocols rely upon the cognitive-experiential mechanisms can be used in harmony with both conscious and unconscious thoughts and feelings. In addition to SIT, this workshop will teach 3 other interventions that actually make therapeutic decisions work – explicitly and experientially.
- Demonstrate the protocol and indications for Chunking Logic and Vivid Symbolic Imagery.
- Demonstrate the Self-Image Thinking protocol.
- Demonstrate the protocol and indications for Emanate Imagery and the Heart-Joy protocol.