Body Language Workshop for Therapists

Body Language Workshop for Therapists on 6 June 2010 at Mumbai conducted by Dr.Kiran Relangi, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Body Language Expert. Learn to decode the language of the subconscious – the Body Language!

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Learn to decode the language of the subconscious – the Body Language.

What is the subconscious trying to tell you or hide from you?

From the moment a client enters your clinic, his subconscious is communicating to you through body gestures, posture, movement and expressions. And what the client is consciously saying may not always be in agreement with what the subconscious is communicating. In such cases, the subconscious is telling the truth…or it is desperately trying to hide the truth!

  • Find out what your clients are communicating from their subconscious and use it to resolve their issues better.
  • Learn to hide your suspicions, judgments, fears and issues from the client.

Who can do this course?

This workshop is best suited for Therapists who are beginners or with little experience in their field of healing. Experienced Therapists can also benefit from this course.

Course Content:

1. Introduction What is Body Language?

How does Body Language help you in therapy?
Two Levels of Body Language
How to ‘read’ Body Language?

2. Reading Client’s Body Language

Finding out lies – Learn the gestures of hands and face that tell you if the client is hiding some issues or downright lying about their purpose.
Gestures of high stress – Learn to identify gestures of high stress and use it pinpoint the core issues of the client. Learn what the legs are saying and how we communicate stress.
Lying under Hypnosis – Clients sometimes hide issues even under hypnosis. Even though regular hand and leg gestures are practically non-existent under hypnosis, you can always find out the truth from certain facial gestures.

2. Managing Your Body Language

Concealing your suspicions and judgment – Learn beginner’s shortcuts to hiding your thoughts and judgments from your clients.
Building Rapport and Gaining Trust – Learn the gestures of open body language and honesty that helps build rapport and establish trust with your clients easily.
Stop Lecturing or Boring your clients – Understand gestures of boredom and self-defense – indication that the client is not listening to or not accepting what you are saying.
Being in control of the Session – Learn how and when to establish control and authority in a session. And how to break control of the client through body language if the client is beginning to dictate the terms of the session.

3. Psychological Impact of your Clinic Setting

Your clinic setup creates a psychological impact on the client’s mind – especially the arrangement of furniture for the first consultation. Learn about two major Clinical Setups that create two entirely distinct impressions on the client. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of both the approaches and choose what’s best for you.

Practical Case Studies are given throughout the entire workshop.

About the Instructor:

Dr. Kiran Relangi is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and a Body Language expert. He has been conducting Body Language workshops for the past 5 years and has also been training Animators and Actors in Body Language and Acting.

Date: 6 June 2010 (Sunday)
Venue: Hotel Park View, 38 Lallubhai Park, Andheri (W), Mumbai
Time: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Price: Early Registration: Rs. 2000/- (inclusive of Tea and Lunch)
On-spot Registration: Rs. 2500/-

Limited Seats Only

For further details call: Kiran Relangi (0)9849708458 (Hyderabad)
For Registration call: Pratima Panjuani – 9821554987 (Mumbai)

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