Christine Guilloux, DESS Psychologie Sociale Clinique


Vice-President of the French Society of Hypnosis, Founder President of the Milton H. Erickson Institute Ile-de-France, psychologist, consultant and trainer, Christine Guilloux is in private practice in Paris, France. Her bases and roots as a therapist are in Ericksonian Hypnosis through French Ericksonian Institutes as well as the Milton H. Erickson Foundation in Phoenix, in Brief Therapy through the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto and the Bateson Institute in Liège, Belgium. She has been trained in EMDR with Francine Shapiro, in EMI with Danie Beaulieu, in Somatic Experiencing with Peter Levine and Larry Heller, in Thought Field Therapy with Roger Callahan and some other energy psychology approaches.

She authors professional articles in the French International Journal “Hypnose & Thérapies Brèves”, in the Newsletter of the European Society of Hypnosis, in the Newsletter of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation and books – she has translated Healing the divided self by Maggie Phillips and Claire Frederick.

She authors also poetry books and essays (last book published in 2018, Une Histoire, des histoires, et après ?) and emphasizes on a transversal approach of disciplines, people, visions. She organize exhibits and workshops where she implies and involves artists, friends, professional colleagues, and patients, more especially at La Maison des Ormes (*), lead personal awareness groups and teach hypnosis and self-hypnosis. To medical students, he teaches Narrative Medicine at René Descartes University in Paris. As empathy and communication skills, personal resources are for her to be mobilized, used, developed so as to blossom and to help blossom each individual, “each hero within”. Christine Guilloux aims at living every day as a “weaver of the human web,” connecting individuals, groups, cultures, and continents, traversing therapeutic modalities to facilitate human potential and growth.