Title: Time line strategy against cognitive blockades
Presenters: Thomas Fritzsche
the main building of AGH University of Science and Technology - A0
A0 Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej (al. Adama Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Kraków) 

Room 31 / Sala 31

Time: 14.06.2024 16:00-17:30
Language: EN


Sometimes you get caught up in cognitive loops with certain clients. We've understood everything - but things don't change. Talking only brings more frustration and the feeling of not doing anything useful.

Switching to the Time Line technique can have a liberating effect here: WALKING INSTEAD OF TALKING: We let our client walk into their own future - just three steps in the room, for which we may need 40 minutes, but which are quite something.

The knowledge from the future, brought back to the present, will then be not only cognitive, but intuitively experienced and felt knowledge.

Walk three steps instead of talk for three hours!

I will explain the technique, describe a case study, demonstrate the technique if possible and then, if there is time, let you practise it.

Practicing as a psychological psychotherapist since 1988. Behavioral therapy, hypnosis, systemic therapy. PEP, EMDR. Organizational consulting, mental training. Seminars & coaching for managers since 1994. Main focus: Leadership, negotiation skills, stress management. Lecturer at the University of Giessen: expansion of behavioral therapy to include elements of hypnotherapy. Books & articles, e.g. \\\"The woman whose arm let itself go.\\\" (2021)...