mindful change
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Approaches and Tools

My overall approach draws on the legacy of Dr. Milton Erickson, and the work of Dr. Rob McNeilly. As a meditation practitioner of over 30 years, I have a natural affinity with Mindfulness based interventions and Acceptance Commitment Therapy. (I would like acknowledge the seminal work and contribution of my initial therapeutic supervisors Ken and Elizabeth Mellor who delightfully merged therapeutic approaches with a down to earth approach to living and mediation.) I am committed to working with my clients utilizing practical and evidence based approaches.

Acceptance Commitment Therapy 

& Mindfulness

Both these approaches have a growing basis of scientific support and draw people’s natural capacity to learn and change. Clients can utilize a wealth of self help orientated material whilst engaged in the work we do together. My practice is grounded in my own direct experience of meditation and mindful approaches to change, spanning over 30 years.

Ericksonian Approaches &

Utilization

Dr. Milton Erickson was a revolutionary contributor to 20th Century psychotherapy influencing a range of new brief and humanistic approaches to change including Solution Focused and Solution Oriented Therapies,  and Neuro Linguistic Programming, He developed  unique, respectful ways of allowing people to communicate more deeply using hypnotic trance.  Used skillfully trance is a way to understand and move beyond old patterns of behaviour. I trained with, and have been involved in teaching Ericksonian solution oriented hypnosis with Dr. Rob McNeilly.

Hypnosis and Trance

Hypnotic trance as utilized by Dr. Erickson and developed by many who trained with him including Dr. Rob McNeilly, Dr. Stephen Gilligan and Bill O’Hanlon, is helpful to move beyond old patterns of behaviour. I utilize these approaches where appropriate and after discussing aspects of trance which may interest or be of concern to clients.
Dr. Milton Erickson
Dr. Rob McNeilly
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© Robert Quinlan 2016 p.  0409 2353 91 e: rquinlan@healingdialogue.com  iIntl: +61 409 2353 91Skype: ecounseling

Approaches and

Tools

My overall approach draws on the legacy of Dr. Milton Erickson, and the work of Dr. Rob McNeilly. As a meditation practitioner of over 30 years, I have a natural affinity with Mindfulness based interventions and Acceptance Commitment Therapy. (I would like acknowledge the seminal work and contribution of my initial therapeutic supervisors Ken and Elizabeth Mellor who delightfully merged therapeutic approaches with a down to earth approach to living and mediation.) I am committed to working with my clients utilizing practical and evidence based approaches.

Acceptance Commitment Therapy 

& Mindfulness

Both these approaches have a growing basis of scientific support and draw people’s natural capacity to learn and change. Clients can utilize a wealth of self help orientated material whilst engaged in the work we do together. My practice is grounded in my own direct experience of meditation and mindful approaches to change, spanning over 30 years.

Ericksonian Approaches &

Utilization

Dr. Milton Erickson was a revolutionary contributor to 20th Century psychotherapy influencing a range of new brief and humanistic approaches to change including Solution Focused and Solution Oriented Therapies,  and Neuro Linguistic Programming, He developed  unique, respectful ways of allowing people to communicate more deeply using hypnotic trance.  Used skillfully trance is a way to understand and move beyond old patterns of behaviour. I trained with, and have been involved in teaching Ericksonian solution oriented hypnosis with Dr. Rob McNeilly.

Hypnosis and Trance

Hypnotic trance as utilized by Dr. Erickson and developed by many who trained with him including Dr. Rob McNeilly, Dr. Stephen Gilligan and Bill O’Hanlon, is helpful to move beyond old patterns of behaviour. I utilize these approaches where appropriate and after discussing aspects of trance which may interest or be of concern to clients.
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