The DAS Method of Doctor Derks

May 30, 2017 by Tom in  Articles

The DAS Method of Doctor Derks

Your life is filled with good moments, imperishable memories, happy encounters that transform it, in a pleasant way. These elements transform your life and somehow, make you evolve. You become, wiser, even more confident about yourself and your abilities.

Your life could be a long, quiet river but unfortunately unpredictable events keep occurring. These events are like small, indelible tasks that unconsciously pollute your mind. Consciously you chase them out of your mind, or you decide to not give importance to them, but you often remain with a feeling of sadness, that it is sometimes quite difficult to explain. Clinical experience shows that this kind of ‘pollution’, these “intrusions”, these “dark clouds” are actually mental images that reduce or block your flow of perception, cognition and emotion. You then, feel that your life is escaping from you, and that you can no longer be understood by the people who love you, and that you do not understand your surroundings, your goals are pushed to the next day, you begin to lose your confidence in yourself.
Before, your life was quite different, but you also start to forget that and you give up. Many of you, in your life are going through difficult times, that you are able to overcome because you find sufficient resources in yourself, but others believe that getting out is impossible, and it is beyond their strength. Some customers perceive change as something totally unrealizable, it would be like breaking a record in a hundred meters. Multiple solutions exist to get out of depression but being able to use a proven and rapidly effective method is helpful for any good therapist. The DAS method or “depression in a space of consciousness” was recently developed by Dr. Lucas Derks, in the Netherlands.

For this method, we ask the patient to situate his feeling, related to depression, his ‘dark spaces’ and his ‘dark images’, in a given space area.

After processing these images, the subject is asked to place them at the center of his attention, so that the patient can reach some pleasant feelings. After several years of study, it was soon discovered that these dark images were the reminiscence of problems that are often difficult to manage, on a daily basis. A questioning then will follow in order to go to the heart of the problem solving.

If you would like to discover the protocol of the DAS method or “depression in a space of consciousness” of Doctor Lucas Derks, we invite you to know more by participating * at the World Congress 2017 in Paris at the Holiday Inn Express Paris – Canal De la Villette, under the theme of Hypno-Culture! September 8, 9 and 10, 2017.

Lost in Time

Lost in Time

Representation of time, is often a notion, that opens new frontiers, from a symbolic point of view. But what is time, when used in a hypnotic approach? Unconscious images will appear to your consciousness, but your unconscious won’t give you all the information! What if, you want to force the access? In order to discover new dimensions… Are you ready to venture back in time?

Sometimes some hypnosis therapies are worthy of Jules Verne’s stories, futuristic journeys, other dimensions, and another space-time.

At the World Congress 2017 in Paris, if you wish to exceed your own limits, your own inner representations, you are welcome to take part of a virtual journey, to the heart of your inner self. Be careful not to lose yourself in time, you could develop a certain taste…

But before, you will resupply yourself with awareness and knowledge, and the journey will only get richer.

Your lecturer will be Jean-Charles Caustier, and with him you will discover an exploration of the ‘House of Time’, a new approach in France.

If you wish to enjoy a moment out of time, come the World Congress, on the 8th, 9th and 10th of September 2017. You are all welcome!

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

Speed hypnosis and fast inductions.

We often compare Speed Hypnosis and Street Hypnosis. Although those techniques may seem similar, the approach of fast inductions, allows many clients to find a deep quick trance level.
Based on the approach of Dave Elmann and Milton Erickson and used by many therapists such as Richard Bandler and Jerry Kein, the use of fast induction techniques, on the right moment, will enable you to save time on a therapeutic set.
Plus, using this playful approach with teenagers, allows you to start your work with a more relaxed approach, which is different from traditional inductions.
During this workshop, you will revisit suggestibility, and you will be able to experiment some rapid inductions, such as ‘the Bandler Handshake’, the ‘Crystal Skull’, ‘The inductions of Elmann’, and a lot of other ones.

Christophe Kindbeiter:
Christophe has been on the field of training and management companies, for more than 20 years. He is now a therapist and a teacher at the Psynapse Institute, in France (Psynapse.fr).
Passionate about every form of therapies, in conformity with human nature and ecology, Christophe has based his practice on experimentation.
Wanderer within the field of therapy, he has an inexhaustible thirst for old techniques, as well as for new technology and neuroscience.
No matter which type of hypnosis this is, there is only one hypnosis, the one that defines the patient’s trance.

Hypno-Coaching: Metaphors

Hypno-Coaching: Metaphors

Are your metaphors, still working?

Do you have some trouble when providing new metaphors, when it comes to adapting them to your subject? Are your metaphors, working instantly?

We cannot hide it from ourselves, we are not perfect, and sometimes it is hard for us to establish new effective metaphors. However, this is an important lever to have this skill, for therapists and professional coaches.

It is important to know that, once we give a metaphorical story to our subject, we then have to create the ‘magic’ within the metaphor, in order to reach desired changes. On the other hand, any good practitioner knows that the most radical changes are the not the one that are slow to come, usually they are quick. It is clear the changes come through immediate awareness.

You will learn to ensure yourself that the metaphors given, are effective and ecological for your subject, and they will obviously have a great impact of your subject… You will be able to tell his own story within a different angle and a new perspective, so your subjects will find new meanings and he will mentally reorganize his mind.

If you want to stop unproductive brainstorming and start using effective metaphors, we invite you to the World Congress, in Paris, where you will find the key to metaphorical transformations.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

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