How to Detect the Sentence which Triggers Imperative Alarms

How to Detect the Sentence which Triggers Imperative Alarms

Once you have managed to find the imperative which is responsible for the alarm reaction in the client, the goal in Introvision Coaching is to trigger this alarm. The client should then enter the broad perception state and experience all the reactions on the physical, emotional, and mental levels without intervening. Generally the alarm is triggered by a specific sentence that threatens the imperative in question. To achieve this, the corresponding sentence has to pose the specific thread that must not happen in regard to the respective imperative.

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What I think is so fascinating about Introvision

What I think is so fascinating about Introvision 

In the course of nearly forty years of professional life I have worked with quite a number of therapeutic and consulting/advisory methods, and have had much experiences with them. Although these self-experiences often aroused a feeling of personal growth, the themes that disturbed me or made me dissatisfied were never totally solved. I always felt that although things got ‘better,’ when I took a new approach to them, the problems somehow never seemed to be completely ‘solved.’

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Practice Report on the Use of Introvision for Test Anxiety

Practice Report on the Use of Introvision for Test Anxiety

Test anxiety is a phenomenon that does not only afflict school children and students – in professional life we are often faced with testing situations as well: an impending job interview, an assessment center, important presentations, a customer visit – all of which can be experienced as tests that need to be overcome.

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We are offering Introvision Coaching training courses

We are offering Introvision Coaching training courses 

Training Course „Introvision Coaching for Coaches“

Introvision Coaching is a well-researched method based on scientific insights which enables us to resolve even long-established, deep-rooted behavioral patterns, thereby providing a means for particularly sustainable coaching results.

Our training course consists of three blocks of two days respectively. The three blocks can only be booked as a package. Prerequisites for participation are:
– a coaching training (also ongoing if the training is almost completed),
– or extensive professional experience as a coach.

The training course consists of the following blocks:

1. Coach the Coach with Introvision: intense personal work to become familiar with the method, and discussion of the theoretical background.

2. Coach the Coachee: how to determine suitable coaching situations for Introvision, how can I incorporate Introvision into my coaching process, how can I explain Introvision to my client.

3. Supervision for Introvision Coaching cases: supervision of real-life cases provided by the participants, a deeper look at Introvision theory, clarification of potential problems and further questions.

Upcoming Dates:

Block 1: 30./31. 01. 2014
Block 2: 27./28. 03. 2014
Block 3: 27./28. 05. 2014

Trainer: Dipl. Psych. Ulrich Dehner

Location: Konstanz

Course fee

– graduates of Kontanzer Seminare coaching trainings: € 650 + VAT/course block

– all others: € 750 + VAT/course block

Further information: http://www.konstanzer-seminare.de/training-coaching-ausbildung/leistungsuebersicht/introvision/fortbildung-introvisioncoaching-fuer-coaches

Is Introvision an Adequate Solitary Tool for Business Coaching?

Is Introvision an Adequate Solitary Tool for Business Coaching?

Introvision for business coaching – is it sufficient?

I’d have to answer this with a decisive “No!” I see Introvision as a very important tool in the business coaching process, but by no means exclusive: in most cases we are concerned with issues that are immune to the Introvision approach. For example, if the client simply lacks the adequate strategies to handle a very specific situation, the way to go is to develop and train these strategies with him. Introvision would only come into play in the case that internal conflicts or blockades prevent the client from employing these strategies despite being fully aware that they fit the situation.

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How long does an Introvision session last?

How long does an Introvision session last?

Introvision is but one tool among many others which are used in business coaching, so the following information should not be seen as an indication of how long a sustainable coaching process takes. Depending on the projects a client is concerned with the coach may also recur on systemic approaches, classic reflection on the role of leadership, or the communication models provided by transactional analysis to shed light on the status of a team. If, on the other hand, the respective client’s problem is clearly situated within himself, Introvision may well be the appropriate approach, which I will then gladly use.

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EMDR and Introvision

8. Juni 2013

EMDR and Introvision 

To the best of my knowledge, there is no method in the field of coaching and counseling that compares to Introvision. There is, however, a therapeutic approach which shares certain similarities with this new technique: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). This therapeutic tool, developed by Francine Shapiro for the treatment of trauma, features fast and intense effects similar to Introvision.

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Drivers and Imperatives May Inhibit Long-term Success in Coaching

Behavioral Drivers and Imperatives May Inhibit Long-term Success in Coaching

A short description of the case at hand: the client reported that his employees have complained repeatedly about the fact that he was overly fussy and that they could never meet his expectations. After employees filed for relocation to other departments because they did no longer want to suffer his “exaggerated demands,” which came in tandem with working overtime, but little appreciation for their work, Human Resources recognized the urgent need for action and recommended he’d see a coach.

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A new approach to coaching

A new approach to coaching

From Ulrich Dehner

The coachee knows exactly what he should do. It is absolutely clear to him that he has to confront his subordinate/employee. With his coach he has trained alternative strategies to master this difficult situation. Nevertheless, he is unable to overcome an inner resistance to facing the task.

Sometimes the usual coaching methods and tools don‘t lead to success. For example when, as in this case, the main difficulty is an inner conflict or blockage. An as yet little known method may provide much needed help. This method is called Introvision Coaching. With Introvision Coaching coachees are able to overcome inner conflicts and release inner blockages once and for all. Introvision is, therefore, in my opinion, the ideal way to achieving sustainable coaching outcomes.

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A short explanation of IntrovisionCoaching

IntrovisionCoaching is a method of solving inner conflicts once and for all. It is based on techniques of mindfulness.

Although till now a rather unknown process, that Introvision leads to sensational results has been scientifically very well looked into. Introvision was developed at the university of Hamburg by Prof. Angelika Wagner, who together with neurobiologists dedicated decades of research to the issue of inner conflict. It is astonishing that such a scientifically well founded technique remained so unknown so long. This is all the more amazing given the fact that Introvision is the ideal way to sustainable coaching.

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Why I started this blog

Why I started this blog

Introvision is a new, virtually unknown coaching technique. When working with this method, I’ve learned how extremely effective it is. During the last nearly forty years I have worked with a whole series of therapeutic techniques; none of which has proved as effective as Introvision.

Introvision was developed at the University of Hamburg by Prof. Angelika Wagner as an educational counseling method.

My goal is to make this method known and to enter into dialogue with as many people as possible about it: to answer questions, to discuss, to share and broaden experiences.

This blog is not only aimed at coaches, but wants to speak to anyone who is interested in using Introvision for themselves. The overarching themes of the blog are therefore “Personal Development” and “mental self-regulation.”

 

Further reading: Angelika C. Wagner “Gelassenheit durch Auflösen innerer Konflikte,” published by Kohlhammer, 2011