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ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY COURSE
Completion of Modules 1&2

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TRADITIONAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER
Category:
DIVINATION


MODULE 1: Category: DIVINATION: Trance State Therapist
ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY - MODULE 1
Study Hours
Unit Name of Course Days Class Home Practical Total
   
101
4
32
40
8
80
102
4
32
40
10
82
103
4
32
20
10
62
104
4
32
30
28
90
105
4
32
20
20
72
106
2
16
20
0
36
107
2
16
20
20
36
108
2
16
0
0
16
109
2
16
16
110
2
16
16
   
  TOTAL
30
240
190
76
500
MODULE 2 : Category: DIVINATION: Ethnopsychology Practitioner (Completion of Modules 1&2)
ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY MODULE 2
Code Name of Course Days Class Home Practical
Total
           
111
4
32
70
10
102
112
4
32
40
10
82
113
2
16
10
0
26
114
4
32
20
0
52
115
5
40
20
0
60
116
6
48
30
0
78
             
  TOTAL
20
160
140
100
400
 

 

SHORT COURSE TITLE
Trance State Module 1

Course Structure and Content

NQF Standard
Level 5

Credits
50 credits

Minimum Admission Requirements for Participants

Senior certificate
Over 18 Years of age
Of mature age 25 years and older

Maximum Number of Participants
25 Maximum participants per course

Proposed Lecturing Venue
Depending on the group – conference centres - not necessarily at the Translife campus.

 

Trance State Therapy Module 1


Course Structure and Content 
The course is structured cumulatively - with the content of
one module building on that of the previous one
.
 

Unit 101:       Basic Hypnosis
Week 1:          Four consecutive days - classroom

  • Introduction to quantum physics
  • Short history of hypnosis
  • The subconscious mind relative to hypnosis
  • Somnambulism
  • Psychology of suggestion
  • Emotions
  • Basic hypnotic inductions – techniques
  • Instant inductions
  • Self-Hypnosis
  • Student classroom practical
  • Test
  • Home assignment, including text book reading & practical

Unit 102:      Advanced Hypnosis
Week 2:         Four consecutive days - classroom

  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight reduction
  • Group hypnosis
  • Student practical (regression)
  • Sports uses
  • Neuro Linguistic Programming: hypnosis application
  • Fears and phobias
  • African Traditional Healing Terminology
  • Hypnoaneasthesia and pain management introduction
  • Student classroom practical
  • Test
  • Home assignment, including text book reading & practical


Unit 103        Analytical Trance State Therapy

Week 3:            Four consecutive days – classroom

  • 7 R’s of Trance State Therapy & Hypnotherapy
  • Comprehensive intake form
  • Word association test
  • Regression to cause
  • Introduction to Parts therapy
  • Soul / Past life regression pertaining to WAT Test
  • Soul attachment, contracts & vows
  • Student classroom practical
  • Test
  • Home assignment, including text book reading & practical

Unit 104:        Hypnoanalysis
Week 4:            Four consecutive days - classroom

  • African philosophy and principles of healing (introduction)
  • Dream analysis
  • Metaphysics, Ancient Wisdom and Intuition
  • Analysis of Intake Form & Word Association Test
  • Regression to ISE'S as per Word Association Test
  • Student practical
  • Test
  • 10 Case studies
  • Home assignment, including text book reading & practical

Unit 105:        Ethnopsychology

Week 5:            Four consecutive days - classroom

  • African philosophy and principles of healing
  • African Worldview
  • Bridging of Western Psychology & African Traditional Healing
  • A Calling to become a Healer
  • Metaphysical disorders
  • Specific African Traditional Psychological Issues
  • Understanding realms of the spirit world
  • The reality of Muti, Curses & Tokoloshes
  • Dream analysis and the use of Psychoactive plants
  • Introduction to Divination
  • Student practical & Test
  • 10 Case studies
  • Home assignment, including text book reading & practical


Unit 106:         Indigenous African Knowledge

Week 6:            Two consecutive days - classroom

  • Introduction to African Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine, Ethnopsychology
  • African Philosophy of Healing
  • Holistic Conception of Life and African Worldviews
  • Philosophy of Ritual in African Culture
  • The Role of Ancestors
  • Myths, Truths and misconceptions of the Ancestral role
  • Demonstration of Divining methods.
  • Demonstration of Traditional Hers Counselling methods.
  • Reflection, suggestions and natural connection with soul.
  • Student practical
  • Home assignment and test
     
Unit 107:    Life Coaching

Week 7:           Two consecutive days - classroom
 

  • Introduction to Life Coaching
  • What Life Coaching is and why it is necessary.
  • Categories and Components of Life Coaching
  • Self-Hypnosis and Applied Meditation
  • Imagination and Intuition
  • Action Packs 1-3, dealing with various aspects of coaching
  • Client policies and procedures
  • Life Coaching Agreement
  • Intake Form
  • Holistic Life Categories, Visions, Career
  • Actioning Goals, Budgets
  • Student practical
  • Home assignment

Unit 108:   Hypnoanesthesia & Pain Management
Week 8:          Two consecutive days - classroom

  • Formulation of Therapeutic Suggestions
  • Hypnotic Anaesthesia Principles
  • Glove Anaesthesia
  • Hypnoanesthesia for Children
  • Catalepsy: Arm & Full Body
  • Esdaile (hypnotic coma) state
  • Hypnotic Natural Childbirth & setting up a clinic for Painless Birth
  • Methods for pain control using hypnosis
  • Pre-operative & Post-operative care
  • Journey-techniques: a person’s consciousness travels to the part of the body where the cause of the physical discomfort or problem started
  • Finding the ISE (cause of the pain or discomfort) and eliminating the cause Student practical
  • Test

Unit 109     Advanced Soul/Past Life Regression
Week 9:          Two consecutive days - classroom
  • Ancient Wisdom teachings regarding the Soul, Spirit and Human Soul
  • Contracts, Vows and Soul Agreements
  • What is Soul Life Regression?
  • Formation of our Solar System and our place in it.
  • The role of Devas/Angels on our path in this life
  • Involution and Evolution, planes of existence and group souls
  • Finding your purpose for this life.
  • Discover your soul-qualities & who you are as a soul
  • Life between Lives
  • Karma (law of Cause and Effect)
  • Visit the Askashic Records
  • Student practical
  • Test
Unit 110     Divination and Higher Consciousness
Week 10:        Two consecutive days - classroom

  • Introduction to Divination
  • Purpose of developing Higher levels of Consciousness
  • Methods of Divination
  • Demonstration of Divining Methods
  • Recognising a Calling
  • Dangers of Lower Psychism
  • Angels, Devas, Guides and Ancestors
  • Counselling Skills in Divination
  • Divining Tools
  • Meditation methods and the purpose of meditation
  • Student practical
  • Test


 

SHORT COURSE TITLE
Ethnopsychology Module 2

Course Structure and Content

    Unit 111:         Abnormal Psychology
    Week 1:            Four consecutive days - contact

    • Introduction and Historical Review
    • What is Normal Behaviour and Psychopathology
    • Current Paradigms in Psychopathology
    • Diagnosis and Assessment
    • Anxiety disorders
    • Somatoform Disorders
    • Dissociative Disorders
    • Stress and Health
    • Eating Disorders
    • Related Disorders
    • Schizophrenia
    • Personality Disorders
    • Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders
    • Disorders in Childhood
    • Late Life Disorders
    • Psychological Treatment
    • Mood Disorders
    • Student classroom practical
    • Comprehensive Home Assignment, including text book reading & practical


    Unit 112:           Counselling Skills
    Week 2:            Four consecutive days - contact

    • The Counselling Role and Counselling Skills
    • The use of Visualization & Meditation
    • Stress Management & Assertiveness
    • The Three Major Approaches in Counselling
    • Communication Language & Rapport
    • How different Defences Work
    • Dealing with Anger
    • Underlying Issues & Cultural Issues
    • Practical in Parts Therapy/Ego States
    • Overview of the main theories
    • Skills & Applications of one-to-one counselling
    • Student classroom practical
    • Home assignment, including text book reading & practical


    Unit 113          Principles & Practice of Ethnomedicine
    Week 3:            Two consecutive days – contact

    • History of Ethnomedicine
    • Scope of Practice
    • Code of Ethics & Code of Conduct
    • Traditional Health Practitioners Act
    • Overview of Other Health Councils in South Africa
    • Legal Aspects and Registration options
    • Cultural interpretations of Health, Disease and Illness
    • Diagnostic Methods used in Ethnomedicine
    • Practice Management
    • Patient Record Keeping
    • Running a successful practice
    • Student classroom practical
    • Test


    Unit 114:         Signs & Symptoms - Facial
    Week 4:            Four consecutive days - contact

    • Introduction to Signs & Symptoms
    • The aim of the course is to tell what is wrong with a person by just looking at him
    • Making a mental assessment/diagnosis through observation of various facial, tongue and other body signs.
    • Facial/body signs & symptoms as a diagnostic tool do not require expensive equipment or sophisticated technology; we employ our eyes, ears, touch, nose and intuition.
    • Shape of Face & Head and its meaning.
    • Signs & Symptoms: lines, colour, skin tone, marks, swelling etc. . that can be observed in the following parts of the body:
    • The Mouth, Lips & Teeth
    • The Eyebrows & Eyes
    • The Nose, Cheeks & Ears
    • The Forehead
    • The Hair
    • The Hands
    • The Feet
    • The Skin
    • Other diagnostic tool: taking  of blood pressure, sugar testing and more.
    • Student practical
    • Test, class and home assignments, including text book reading


    Unit 115:         Nutrition and Lifestyle
    Week 5:            Five consecutive days - contact

    • What is disease
    • Principles of Food & Health
    • The China Study
    • Diabetes, Cancers, Auto-immune disease
    • Flavonoids
    • Building Blocks, Macro- and Micronutrients, Water
    • Protein, Fats, Lipids, Fatty Acids, Trans-Fatty Acids, Cholesterol
    • Whole Foods
    • Food Irradiation, Microwaves, GM Foods
    • Types of Diets
    • The Bowels, Kidneys, Lungs/Bronchioles & Skin Nutrition
    • The Lymphatic Systems
    • Chronic Dysfunction
    • Why we eat; how & when to eat
    • Food Combining
    • Acidity & Alkalinity
    • Detoxification
    • Allergies
    • Hering’s Law of Cure
    • Minerals & Vitamins
    • Metabolic Types
    • Optimal Personal Health Questionnaires and intake form
    • AD(H)D, Candida, Metabolic Syndrome, HIV/Aids
    • Student practical
    • Home assignment, including text book reading


    Unit 116:          Ethnobotany 1
    Week 6:            Six days – 4 x 2 and 2 x 2 consecutive days contact

    • Introduction and History of
      Ethnobotany, Traditional Medicine and Herbal Medicines
    • Cultural Aspects of Healing
    • Plant Parts Used
    • Methods of Collection, Storage and Drying of Medicinal Plants
    • Dosage forms, Methods of Preparation and Administration
    • Active Ingredients, Constituents and Properties of Herbs
    • Modern and Traditional Methods of making Herbal Preparations.
    • Types of Herbal Remedies: Tinctures, Capsules, Creams, Salves, Powders
    • Dosage and Formulation Criteria
    • Herbs for Digestive & Nervous Systems
    • Class Practical: Herbal Tincture Preparations
    • Student Practical: Herbal Formulations for Digestive & Nervous System
    • Test
    • Home assignment: Herbs for Specific Digestive & Nervous System Conditions

 

Graduation Optional:

Registration with the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA)
Registration with the Ethnomedicine Practitioners Association of South Africa (EPASA)
,  IMDHA Hypnotherapy Certification Requirements
EPASA Ethnopsychology Certification Requirements

Course Start Date, Duration and Schedule 

The starting date is determined per group / request / circumstances.

The Course is presented over a period of six months – including 5 x 4 consecutive days plus 5 x 2 consecutive days contact sessions, assignments, home reading, practical and case studies.


Multiple choice tests after each unit. IMDHA exam after completion units 101-104.
A certification ceremony after successful completion of course


Course Materials to be provided by Translife

One study guide (work book) per Unit per participant Required reading: 3 text books for Units 101-104, including notes where relevant

Suggested reading: optional additional text books available for students to purchase. Registration with relevant Traditional Healers Association

in terms of the
Traditional Health Practitioners Act 2007 (Act 22, 2007)

 


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