Core Transformation is a gentle, yet profound method for facilitating deep, lasting personal change. It offers an easy-to-follow process for transforming unwanted behaviors, thoughts, and feelings by embracing them and offering them a path to discover their deepest longings. As such, it offers those parts of us that are stuck in unfulfilling or symptomatic expression a path to connect with their own ground of being. Using this process, problems themselves become a doorway towards deeper spirituality, and limitations often melt away. This 90-minute presentation will introduce the Core Transformation process through discussion, a guided process called the Core State exercise, and a demonstration of guiding a client through the process.
Hillel Zeitlin is a licensed clinical social worker who practices as a therapist, coach, and trainer in Baltimore, Maryland. Founder and Director of the Maryland Institute for Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy, he provides training in brief therapy, clinical hypnosis, and therapeutic communication. He is president of the Maryland Society for Clinical Hypnosis, and directs the Renewal Center for Therapy and Healing.
2004 IEA Global Conference
Arlington, Virginia, USA