Video available | Hypnosis for aid workers with AHH (Association Hypnose Humanitaire) on 12 January
Updated: Apr 1
Online workshop, recording available.
Hypnosis is an effective tool, applicable beyond borders, and is recognized for the management of stress and post achievement stress and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Association Hypnose Humanitaire (AHH) will introduce you to the world of hypnosis in the humanitarian sector through a combination of theoretical and practical knowledge.
You will get a short theoretical overview of how hypnosis works, how practitioners apply hypnosis as a tool in the medical sector, in therapy, and on stage. Additionally, AHH will show the benefits of hypnosis in the humanitarian sector and how they use hypnosis to support humanitarian workers before, during, and after a mission.
Finally, in the practical part, AHH will teach you a self-hypnosis tool to enable you to live your life even better and more stress-free. The workshop is going to be concluded with group hypnosis.
Through this first webinar in English, the following points will be discussed:
1. What is hypnosis? How does it work?
2. The differences between stage, medical and therapeutic hypnosis
3. The possibilities of hypnosis in the humanitarian context
a. before a field mission
b. in the field
c. upon return
4. Learn a self-hypnosis technique
5. Experience group hypnosis
For your information, the first part of the workshop explaining what hypnosis is will be recorded but not the practical part.
The Humani-Atelier will take place on Wednesday 12 January 2022 at 6pm (CET).
This workshop is free and you can register at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom link.
Please do not hesitate to share the online event with your coworkers and within the humanitarian community.
Association Hypnose Humanitaire (AHH) is a collective of hypnotherapists and ex-humanitarians who believe that hypnosis can support and preserve the mental health and psychosocial well-being of people responding to humanitarian needs and the civilian population in conflict zones.
Marta Hegyaljai Python
Former ICRC delegate, Marta Hegyaljai Python works as a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and business coach. NGH certified instructor, she is the founder and director of an international training school for hypnotherapists in Switzerland and France.
She is currently responsible for the Lebanon and Syria Programme at the Swiss Red Cross. MSc in Molecular Biology and Public Health (LSHTM), Laurence Perroud has carried out numerous missions with the ICRC. She is an OMNI/NGH hypnotherapist, a coach and a yoga-therapist.
A former senior executive and entrepreneur, holder of a Master's degree in Political Science and hypnotherapist, he has been accompanying for the past ten years all those who aspire to change, in their personal life as well as in the institutional framework.
Responsible for the German part of Switzerland
Claude Ribaux is the owner and director of GO. He has worked for a number of European companies such as DaimlerChrysler, DHL, Swisscom and UBS, as well as for governments and numerous NGOs as a consultant. He has been involved in over 50 international development and peacebuilding missions around the world.
More information on the website: https://www.hypnosehumanitaire.org/en/home