You can probably register after the webinar and watch the replay. This webinar can help you with your misophonia or other concerns in your life.
Let’s start by asking “What is a frame?” A frame of reference – the standpoint we take or the criteria we set to make judgements. A frame of mind: a state of mind that can be inquisitive, melancholy, positive, negative. Or any of many others.
Very often these ways of thinking just seem to happen. Sometimes they pass and sometimes they stick. They become part of our definition of ourself.
In this class we’ll look at how those states of mind come about, how they affect us and how we can change them in a positive and deliberate way.
For practitioners who may or may not have practised techniques like the NLP Six-Step Reframe and for individuals who’d like to do something to help themselves, we’ll look at what makes a frame and what can change it.
Beginning with fundamental concepts of learning about life experiences, the objective of this presentation is to provide practitioners with an understanding of how reframing techniques can help those with misophonia.
For those with misophonia the outcome can be to discover how they can benefit from understanding reframing and how to apply new ways of thinking to make things better in their life.
Chris Pearson has practiced NLP since the mid-noughties (2000s) when he first encountered the NLP Six-Step Reframe. He has used the technique alongside Parts Work and has incorporated these into Sequent Repatterning, the misophonia treatment programme.
Chris works as a therapist in the north of England and online, world-wide. His specialism is in misophonia. Chris has provided Sequent Repatterning treatment for misophonia for over 150 individuals since he developed this unique treatment for misophonia in 2012. We gathered the pre, post, and follow-up misophonia severity data based on the Misophonia Assessment Questionnaire, for individuals who received this treatment in 2015. We were able to get all the misophonia severity data for 57 individuals. The pretreatment average severity score was 43 (scale of 0-63). The average post-treatment score was 20. Six months later, the average misophonia severity score was 21. So the average response of misophonia severity this treatment was a 50% reduction — and the benefit of treatment for misophonia continued for at least 6 months.
Reframing is an important part of Sequent Repatterning treatment for misophonia, but it can be used in other areas of your life.