(HTH) Hypnotherapist – Regression Hypnotherapy

(HTH) HYPNOTHERAPIST – Regression Hypnotherapy  (5 Days)

“From effect back to cause, changing early childhood programming.”

Developed and presented by Attila Kun since 1996.

Pre-requisite: BH, HT, MHT

Price: 1470 $ CAD

Time: 8:30 am. – 5:30 pm or later

Email:  ihha.ca@gmail.com 


230 pages manula

Age Regression
Inner child healing
Hypnotherapy demonstrations
Hypnotherapy practice


Course Outline

Attila János Kun’s Regression Hypnotherapy Course offers a comprehensive exploration of the principles and techniques of regression therapy. This course is designed to provide comprehensive training in regression hypnotherapy techniques. Led by Attila János Kun, an expert in the field, this course likely covers various aspects of hypnotherapy, with a specific focus on regression techniques aimed at helping clients explore and address past experiences that may be impacting their present lives.

Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, and practical exercises, participants will learn how to guide clients into deep hypnotic states and facilitate regression to past experiences for healing and insight. The course covers topics such as the theory of regression therapy, hypnotic induction methods, regression techniques, ethical considerations, and practical applications. Participants will develop skills in accessing subconscious memories, resolving unresolved issues, and facilitating personal growth and transformation. Attila János Kun brings his expertise and experience to create a dynamic and enriching learning experience.

Attila János Kun’s HTH covers a range of techniques and approaches within the field of hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). Here’s a breakdown of what you might expect from each component:

1. Age Regression:  is a technique used in hypnotherapy to guide clients back to earlier points in their lives, often childhood, to explore and address issues or traumas that may be affecting them in the present. This part of the course may involve learning how to induce regression states, guide clients through past experiences, and facilitate healing and resolution.

2. Ericksonian Hypnotherapy: is named after Milton H. Erickson, is a form of hypnotherapy that emphasizes indirect suggestion, storytelling, metaphor, and ambiguity. This approach often relies on the unconscious mind’s natural ability to find solutions to problems. In the course, you might learn about Ericksonian language patterns, trance induction techniques, and strategies for working with clients’ unconscious processes.

3. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP): NLP is a methodology focused on understanding and modelling human behaviour, communication, and subjective experience. In the context of hypnotherapy, NLP techniques can be used to help clients change limiting beliefs, overcome phobias, and achieve personal goals. This part of the course may cover principles such as rapport-building, sensory acuity, and the use of NLP techniques like anchoring and reframing.

4. Gestalt therapy: is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes personal responsibility, awareness in the present moment, and the therapist-client relationship. It focuses on helping individuals gain greater self-awareness and understanding of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, with the ultimate goal of achieving personal growth and integration.

Gestalt therapy, including:

Foundations of Gestalt Therapy: Participants may learn about the history, principles, and theoretical underpinnings of Gestalt therapy, including key concepts such as the “here and now,” the importance of awareness, and the concept of “unfinished business.”

Therapeutic Techniques: The course explores various techniques used in Gestalt therapy to help clients increase self-awareness, resolve conflicts, and integrate fragmented aspects of the self. These techniques could include experiments, role-playing, empty-chair work, and dream work. Gestalt therapy places a strong emphasis on the therapist-client relationship as a vehicle for healing and growth. Participants in the course might learn about the qualities of an effective therapist, ethical considerations, and how to establish and maintain a supportive therapeutic relationship.

Gestalt Therapy offers a comprehensive exploration of Gestalt therapy theory, techniques, and practical applications, providing participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively apply Gestalt principles in their therapeutic work. If you’re interested in enrolling, I recommend reaching out to the organization offering the course for more detailed information on curriculum, prerequisites, and enrollment procedures.

Overall, Attila János Kun’s course provides a comprehensive foundation in these three modalities, equipping participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively work with clients to facilitate positive change and personal transformation.

  • Root problem
  • Neuron net
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Inherited family trauma shapes who we are
  • Understanding the family trauma timeline (Attila)
  • Cellular biology
  • Epigenetics – Inheritance
  • The brain rewires itself
  • Physical and mental – brain and mind
  • The limbic system
  • The physical and psychological manifestation of our belief system
  • Analogical mind
  • The mind and our health connection
  • Intuition
  • 4-tuple, NLP
  • The brain and its functions
  • Description of memories
  • Three stages of memory
  • Sensory memory
  • Short-term memory
  • Long-term memory
  • Sub-types of long-term memory
  • Hallucinations, delusions, schizophrenia
  • Memory games
  • False memory – False Memory Syndrome
  • False memory syndrome and brain
  • Schacter’s seven sins of memory
  • How accurate our memories – (Jean Piaget)
  • Memory that creates physical symptom
  • Personal story of Attila’s car accident – C7 fusion
  • Amnesia
  • Hypnosis reveals brain’s amnesia centres
  • Hypnotic triggers
  • Anchoring in hypnotherapy, NLP
  • Using an existing “hypnotic anchor” for induction
  • Developing new associations pattern, NLP
  • Anchor integration, NLP
  • Anchoring positive and negative emotions
  • Open and covert anchoring, NLP
  • Power anchor, NLP
  • Anchor collapsing, NLP
  • Emotional stress release – Kinesiology
  • 3 easy steps to release emotional stress

  • Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Eye accessing cues, NLP
  • Transforming therapy – (Gil Boyne)
  • Regression Therapy – the power of emotions
  • Therapeutic methods
  • Affect bridge
  • Initial Sensitising Event (ISE)
  • More depth on secondary gain
  • Age Regression Therapy
  • Pseudo and true regression
  • More about age regression therapy
  • Hypnosis false memory
  • Age regression and Past life regression
  • Indirectly led regression process
  • Integration of the child and the adult self
  • Grief therapy in hypnosis (Attila)
  • Gestalt therapy
  • Gestalt approach (Attila)
  • Primary subconscious behaviours, games
  • Gestalt awareness and dialogues
  • Gestalt processes / methods
  • Psychodrama in hypnotherapy
  • Gestalt game therapy for kids
  • Gestalt in hypnotherapy
  • Gestalt view of human nature
  • Ericksonian hypnotherapy techniques
  • Hypnosis in dentistry
  • Dental-anaesthesia script (Coleman)
  • Producing analgesia, anesthesia in dentistry
  • Positive thinking is not always good advice
  • 9 wrong way to life’s path
  • 9 warning signs you’re on the wrong track
  • The power of our thoughts
  • Let go of the people who aren’t ready to love you
  • 8 important reasons to let go of people
  • Biggest challenges young adults face today
  • Secret to happiness – love, wealth, success
  • Bad luck?
  • As I began to love myself – (Charlie Chaplin)
  • Solfeggio Frequencies
  • Gain Self-Confidence script
  • Love is nature to the Soul
  • List of phobias
  • The psychology of emotions
  • Exam Questions

Attila János Kun

Psychology, Hypnotherapy Nutrition, Diet and Health Science, Honoured Member of Delta Epsilon Tau Society,

USIDHR Human Rights Consultant

WhatsApp:+36 70 244 6055
CAD: 1-226-788-9251