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The University of Toronto?s Factor Inwentash Faculty of Social Work Invites Noted Author, Educator and Master Hypnotherapist Dr. Georgina Cannon to Teach ?Practical Hypnosis for Social Workers?

The University of Toronto’s Factor Inwentash Faculty of Social Work Invites Noted Author, Educator and Master Hypnotherapist Dr. Georgina Cannon to Teach “Practical Hypnosis for Social Workers”










Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 21, 2011

The newestt course addition to the University of Toronto’s Factor Inwentash Faculty of Social Work is the professional specialty course of “Practical Hypnosis for Social Workers”. Noted author, educator and Master Hypnotherapist, Dr. Georgina Cannon will be teaching the new, two day plus course on Thursday, November 3rd from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM, and Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4th and 5th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

“Over the past 16 years, I have had many social workers at the OHC hypnosis school”, explains Dr. Georgina Cannon, Founder of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre, “and they have found it speeds up change work with the client, either singly or in groups – So I was thrilled when the University asked me to teach a course at their Social Work school.”

This course has been specifically designed for social workers – so that it can be integrated seamlessly into their regular client meetings. For anyone who wants to help their clients effect change faster and easier, these two plus days will teach you how to access the subconscious mind to easily and gently effect change.

Prior to the course, the participant will receive a collection of readings that provide the background history and information about hypnosis: how and why it works, when to use it – and when not to use it. The intensive two plus day course will then consist of discussion, explanations of the techniques, demonstrations and practice. By the end of the third day students will feel comfortable using these techniques appropriately and efficiently. It is also a solid foundation for further study of advanced and regression hypnosis.

Total fee (HST Included) is $ 361.00. To register, and for further information: http://www.socialwork.utoronto.ca/conted/workshops/hyptechs.htm

or http://www.georginacannon.com

For further information, photo art, or to arrange a media opportunity with Dr. Georgina Cannon, LMC Media phone 416-486-6742, lmcmedia(at)sympatico(dot)ca

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Three New Books by Adler School Faculty Members Apply Adlerian Psychology Insights to Contemporary Issues

Three New Books by Adler School Faculty Members Apply Adlerian Psychology Insights to Contemporary Issues










(PRWEB) January 24, 2010

The Adler School of Professional Psychology is pleased to announce the newly published works of three faculty members – Shaifali Sandhya, Ph.D., Stephen Kahn, Ph.D., and Thor M. Johansen, Psy.D. – applying the academic and clinical insights of professional psychology to contemporary issues of culture, religion and therapy.

Dr. Shaifali Sandhya’s book, “Love Will Follow: Why the Indian Marriage is Burning,” published October 2009 by Random House India, is a first-of-its-kind clinical and cultural study of the lives of middle class married Indians, living in India and abroad. For the book, which explores the relationships between husbands and wives, Dr. Sandhya conducted 400 interviews with Indian couples about sex, love and marital issues. The book has been well received, and has garnered recognition in India Today Magazine, Air India’s in-flight magazine, and Asian Age Newspaper. Dr. Sandhya, a former Andrew Mellon Fellow at the University of Chicago, also facilitates discussion of her book on a dedicated Facebook group page.

In his book, “Religion and Spirituality in Psychotherapy: An Individual Psychology Perspective,” fifth edition, published December 2009 by Springer Publishing Company, Dr. Thor M. Johansen provides methods and case examples as guidelines for applying Adlerian psychological practices to clients of each of the world’s major religions, including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam. He offers insight into the traditions, theories, and values of each religion, offering new possibilities for mental health professionals seeking to adapt traditional therapy and counseling to more fully understand and help clients with spiritual and psychological issues.

Dr. Stephen Kahn, director of the Adler School’s Clinical Hypnosis program, advocates for integration of hypnotic techniques with standard medical care in a book he co-authored, “Medical Hypnosis Primer: Clinical and Research Evidence,” published in 2010 by Routledge. The book explains the greatly misunderstood field of medical hypnosis and encourages mental healthcare practitioners to learn how to use hypnosis for a wide range of disorders. Dr. Kahn provides an overview of clinical and research evidence to support use of medical hypnosis in treating stress and anxiety issues.

“Our faculty publishing accomplishments enrich both the education of our students and the depth of our academic curriculum,” said Martha Casazza, Ed.D., vice president of the School’s Academic Affairs “They also help to broaden the relevance of socially responsible psychology as it is practiced locally, nationally and around the globe.”

About the Authors:

    Dr. Sandhya is a core faculty member in the doctoral program of Clinical Psychology at the Adler School, she teaches culture, globalization, and social psychology. Her research interests include topics such as intimate relationships, culture, and leadership. Dr. Sandhya also is the director of CARE Family Consultation, a boutique relational consultancy firm specializing in issues related to fragile marriages and complex family matters in Delhi, India and Chicago.
    Dr. Johansen, an adjunct faculty member at the School, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, providing therapy in outpatient clinical settings, inpatient psychiatric settings, and college counseling centers. He has published several professional articles on misbehavior in children, psychotherapy, hypnosis, and religion.
    Dr. Kahn is a part-time program faculty member and coordinator of the Clinical Hypnosis Program at the School. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and serves as Chair of the Clinical Practices Section at the Illinois Psychological Association.

More about the Adler School of Professional Psychology:

The Adler School of Professional Psychology has provided quality education through a Scholar/Practitioner model for over 50 years. The School’s mission is to train socially responsible graduates who practice psychology throughout the world. The Adler School has ten graduate-level programs with approximately 900 students enrolled at the main campus in Chicago and a second campus in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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