[Audio Only] IC11 Short Course 44 – Utilizing Hypnotic Techniques in Continuing Educating for Social Workers – Diane Carol Holliman and Halim Faisal

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[Audio Only] IC11 Short Course 44 – Utilizing Hypnotic Techniques in Continuing Educating for Social Workers – Diane Carol Holliman and Halim Faisal

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59 Minutes
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Original Program Date :
Dec 07, 2011

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In continuing education (CE), knowledge and skills are most often taught didactically.  Participants of continuing education come to workshops ready for the CE trance. In this short course, we will demonstrate how we did something different!  We integrated hypnotic techniques such as suggestion and dissociation, along with performance, improvisation, music, philosophy and psychotherapy to elicit experiential learning with emotional impact in a series of workshops for Georgia NASW.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe three hypnotic techniques that could be used to facilitate learning in group presentations.
  2. Discuss how music can be used to elicit emotional impact and learning in group presentations.
  3. Discuss the complexities of evaluation for experiential learning and emotional impact.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*

Author

Diane Carol Holliman

Diane Carol Holliman, Ph.D., LCSW is a Professor in the Social Work Department at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia.  Diane has been a faculty in the MSW program at Valdosta State University since 1999, and teaches and serves across the MSW curriculum. In addition to her academic training, Diane has had training in Milton Ericksonian approaches and social therapy as well as interests in Philosophy and Religious Studies and life-focused communities. Her social work practice, research and writing experience has been in discharge planning, health care social work, older adults, ethics, field education and supervision, the implicit curriculum, and social work, reflection, the arts and community.  Diane and her partner, Halim Faisal, have done writing, presentations and performances to support social workers in reflective, critical and creative practice, and are founders of DHF Counseling and Consulting.  Diane regularly participates in the gatherings of the Global Partnership for Transformative Social Work (GPTSW) and the Psychotherapy networker conferences.  She has presented at the World Social Work and Social Development Conferences and the Policy 2.0 conferences, and is active in the Council on Social Work Education. Diane strives to bring and integrate these interests and experiences to her students and communities.

 Halim Faisal

Halim Faisal, LCSW has practiced clinical social work in ordinary settings for over 30 years. In addition to earning his MSW, he has studied philosophy at the Graduate level, and received specialized training in neurolinguistic programming, Milton Ericksonian hypotherapy, and social therapy. Halim has presented at the Council on Social Work Education, Annual Program meeting, Milton Ericksonian Foundation conferences, NASW-GA, and World Social Work and Social Development conferences on utilizing reflection, the arts and community in social work practice. He also has done writing and has peer reviewed publications in these areas. In the 1980s, Halim began his career working with homeless and street populations as well as people with HIV/AIDs at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.  His practice experience includes working with the hospice, working with young children, private practice, medical, hospital and physical rehabilitation social work, and inpatient psychiatric social work. Halim currently works for Unison Behavioral Health in South Georgia and is a founder of DHF Counseling & Consulting.  In addition, he regularly attends the Global Partnership for Transformative Social Work (GPTSW) in Burlington, Vermont and attended the GPTSW gathering in Salisbury, UK in Summer 2017.

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