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- Erickson Congress | Erickson Congress 2011
- 59 Minutes
- Audio Only
- Original Program Date :
- Dec 07, 2011
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders. This presentation explains an interdisciplinary approach to dealing with serious problems of IBS-patients. We learn that there are multiple expectations and needs of the clients with a high level of dysfunctional symptoms, as well as multiple stress factors, anxiety and depression. How to regain a better quality of life scores? The importance of focusing the invisible, the affective part of the IBS difficulties is complicated. While setting realistic goals, a new approach leads to body self-regulation with different bodywork techniques and hypnotherapeutic strategies.—all focused on completing the vasomotoric stress circle (model of Gerda Boyesen) and unfinished stress cycle ( Peter Levine), directed at specific physical, emotional and ener-getic aspects. Efficacy through therapeutical intervention: hypnosis and bodywork, breathing work and energetic movement are combined in the “healing” process.
- Gain a better understanding of the IBS phenomena with its body and psychic aspects, and the importance of psychotherapeutic interventions, high efficacy with hypnotherapy.
- The importance of creativity in the process of finding self-confidence, focus on exploring and utilizing clients resources, and the importance of establishing new ways of self-management and self-regulation in dealing with IBS.
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