Norman "Dr Blue" Katz, Ph.D.

Behavioral Medicine Consultant

Professional School of Behavioral Health Sciences
Webinar Certificate Program 2021

Professional Certificate


March 5, 12, 19, 26: Rethinking Hypnosis: Science, Myth, & New Formulations

April 2, 9, 16, 23: Hypnotic Communications: Applications & Styles

May 7, 14, 21, 28: Hypnotic Applications: Behavior, Cognition, Physiology 

A Live-Interactive 45-hour WEBINAR Certificate Program

Click here for Registration.  Click here for a Brochure.

Dear Colleague: 

We invite you to rethink hypnosis and to learn a new Skills Model of Hypnosis.  Learn to understand hypnosis as learning, which includes behavior, cognition, and physiology.  Understand, use, and apply hypnosis from an educational perspective.  Help your clients bring heart, mind, and physiology together.


  • apply hypnosis from a behavioral-skills perspective
  • demystify hypnosis and explain it in practical terms 
  • understand hypnosis in new, different, and useful ways 
  • use new hypnosis-imaginal strategies for habit analysis 
  • use hypnosis-imaginal strategies for habit modification
  • use hypnosis in performance training settings
  • assist clients in learning psychophysiological change
  • interview clients from a hypnosis perspective
  • integrate hypnosis and related techniques, e.g., meditation
  • make hypnosis a part of your professional practice 
  • partner with your clients m hypnotic self-explorations 
  • integrate hypnosis with Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • integrate hypnosis with related techniques, e.g., meditation
  • integrate hypnosis strategies with self-help techniques ‚Äč
  • integrate hypnosis science with breathing science
  • integrate humor and play with hypnotic strategies
  • explore and understand multiple selves with hypnosis


Norman W. Katz, Ph.D. is a world leader in the field of hypnosis, known for his unique 

contributions to the field. He earned his Ph.D. in clinical and experimental psychology at

Washington University in St Louis MO and then interned at Harvard University Children's Hospital

Clinics. He then taught and conducted research at the University of New Mexico as Assistant

Professor in the Psychology Department and as Associate Clinical Professor in the Medical School in

Family Practice and Psychiatry. Dr. Katz founded the Erickson Institute for Clinical Hypnosis in

1970 with Milton H. Erickson MD and since then has trained thousands of healthcare practitioners in

clinical hypnosis. He has conducted wor1<shops in hypnosis throughout the world during his 50

years in the field, including China and Southeast Asia


Three 15-hour courses: three credit units and 45 professional CE hours.

March 5, 12, 19, and 26 (Friday mornings): 

09:00 - 13:00 Mountain Time

423 Rethinking Hypnosis: Science, Myth, & New Formulations (1 credit unit, 15 hours CE).

April 2, 9, 16, and 23 (Friday mornings): 

09:00 - 13:00 Mountain Time

424 Hypnotic Communications: Applications and Styles (1 credit unit, 15 hours CE).

May 7, 14, 21, and 28 (Friday mornings):  

09:00 - 13:00 Mountain Time

425 Hypnotic Applications: Behavior, Cognition, Physiology (1 credit unit, 15 hours CE).

All with Norman W. Katz, Ph.D

Click here for REGISTRATION.  Click here to ask for a BROCHURE.  

Tuition: $1,800.00.  Deposit $500.00, balance due March 3.

 Email us at if you would like to talk with Dr. Katz on Zoom about details.


Peter M. Litchfield, Ph.D., President


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