There is an exciting 2 day training on hypnosis for dementia in Seattle with Dr. Dan Nightingale January 26 & 27 that is a must for any hypnotherapists providing medical hypnosis services. We are an aging population and we must be preparing now for the impending healthcare needs of the large and increasing number of individuals at risk for dementia. Hypnosis can slow down the impacts of dementia and improve quality of life for those living with the condition. Roger Moore’s Institute of Hypnotherapy is excited to support this hypnosis training for dementia which will help you to grow your practice as you become an expert in this growing segment of the aging population.
Best Practice in the use of Hypnotherapy for People Living with Dementia
Clinicians attending this two day course (plus pre-course workbook) will go away with the required knowledge, skills and competence to provide hypnotherapy to people living with dementia and their loved ones.
Day one will focus on a review of the workbook and looking at dementia in depth, in order to provide a better understanding of people living with dementia and how to support them and their loved ones through their unique journey. Day two will cover the research outcomes and becoming competent in carrying out pre-therapy dementia assessments, and post-therapy documentation. In addition, learners will view a DVD of Dr. Nightingale facilitating a session as part of the original hypnotherapy and dementia study research.
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Nearly 15 million people non-professional caregivers are helping care for an estimated 5.4 million people with Alzheimer’s disease. Learn hypnosis for dementia because it can become a valuable asset for caregivers as well as for people living with dementia.
The elderly population (those aged 65 years or older) in the USA is expected to double from approximately 35 million today to more than 70 million by 2030  . With this rapid growth in the number of older Americans, prevention and treatment of chronic diseases of aging will take on growing importance. Dementia is a disease of particular concern because the decline in memory and other cognitive functions that characterizes this condition also leads to a loss of independent function that has a wide-ranging impact on individuals, families and healthcare systems. (Source: Prevalence of Dementia in the United States: The Aging, Demographics, and Memory Study)
Learn how to hypnotize for people living with dementia at this unique opportunity to study with Dr. Dan Nightingale in Seattle. Hypnosis help for dementia can become an important component of your hypnotherapy practice.
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