Stage I - ESI Mapping Tool training

Guide your clients to success faster with ESI Mapping

Friday 6 November from 7-9pm

Jan Sky
Jan Sky
Jan Sky has been a Clinical Hypnotherapist since 1996 and a Neuropsychotherapist since...
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About this event

If you are a therapist, counsellor, hypnotherapist, psychologist, psychotherapist and work with people one on one this training is a must to add to your 'tool kit'.
Stage I - ESI Mapping will teach you the basics of mapping the many different mind-states of your client. The phrase 'mind states', Dan Siegel says, refers to a cluster of metal activities that is activated at a given moment of time. A state of mind may be fleeting, involving feelings, thoughts, memories, intentions, attitudes, beliefs and behavioural patterns that are activated together in a given instant. ESI Mapping will allow your client to identify states of mind in relation to a particular goal that are more enduring, having repeated associated qualities that either support or inhibit your clients chance to achieve success.
Once the map is created you can more easily guide your client in the direction of their success. And, with the intervention of hypnotherapy, talk to the mind states to get agreement for behaviour change to occur.
The ESI Mapping tool is easy to learn and change is remarkably fast!

What you'll learn

- Discover key mind states embedded in the neural network of the brain
- Identify the link with neuroscience and positive psychology
- Learn how to develop and ESI Map to profile your clients behaviour
- Limit / remove negative behaviour patterns
- Harness supportive factors to drive results forward


For the training you will receive a workbook to take notes and for your future reference. After completing the on-line training and upon proof that you have used the ESI Mapping tool with a client, you will receive an ESI Certificate.


"Jan used ESI mapping with in-mates in prison with outstanding results. The in-mates feel empowered by their realization that there are more parts to their personalities than their criminal parts. They appear to grasp this concept and appear to use this in addressing their offending behaviour."
— Brenda Ambler
Drug and Alcohol Counsellor, Dept of Corrective Services NSW
"The implications in one's professional and personal life are huge. Reactionary, proactionary? Knowing what ego states one has means freedom of choice of behaviour and emotions."
— Lyn Macintosh
Counsellor, Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner