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- Consciousness | Psychotherapy | Workshop
- Erickson Congress | Erickson Congress 2011
- Stephen Gilligan, PhD
- 59 Minutes
- Audio Only
- Original Program Date :
- Dec 07, 2011
The Generative Self approach emphasizes how the state of consciousness in which an experiential challenge is held determines whether a problem or solution develops. The model identifies three types of mind—Somatic, Cognitive, and Field—and how each mind can be operating at a Primitive, Ego, or Generative Level. We will see how a problem degrades a person’s consciousness level so that change is impossible, and how that low-level state can be improved to a Generative level, so that the problematic experience either spontaneously changes or is more easily engaged. Numerous practical techniques and clinical examples will be offered.
- List three techniques for developing higher states of consciousness in a psychotherapy session.
- Identity four ways to transform a problem or symptom by lifting it into a higher state of consciousness.
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