Condensed version of Curriculum Vitae 

Woltemade Hartman (Ph.D) is a Clinical and Educational Psychologist, and psychotherapist in private practice in Pretoria, South Africa.  He received his training as an Ericksonian psychotherapist at the Ericksonian Foundation in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.  Dr Hartman also trained as an Ego State therapist with Prof J.G. Watkins and the late Mrs H. Watkins in Missoula, Montana, USA.  He is the author of “Ego state therapy with sexually traumatized children” and “Einführung in die Ego-State Therapie”, as well as various articles on the topic of hypnosis and psychotherapy. Dr Hartman is a past executive committee member of the South African Society of Clinical Hypnosis, past member of the Board of Psychology of the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and is the founding director of the Milton H. Erickson Institutes of South Africa (MEISA).  Dr Hartman lectures in South Africa, Europe, Australia, Canada, USA, Scandinavia and China. He is currently teaching on an annual basis for the Milton H. Erickson Society of Germany (MEG), and the Milton Erickson Society of Austria (MEGA).

Dr Hartman has been a keynote speaker at various international congresses and is an invited keynote speaker at the 1st World Parts Therapy Congress in Heidelberg Germany (2011). He is also co-organiser of this congress. Dr Hartman has been accredited by Danie Beaulieu Ph.D and the Académie Impact in Québec, Canada, to conduct training in Eye Movement Integration (EMI) internationally. Dr Hartman is the recipient of the 2009 Early Career Award for Innovative Contributions to Hypnosis from the International Society of Hypnosis. He is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Eye Movement Integration (EMI), EdxTM (Energy Psychology), Impact Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques and Somatic Experiencing (SE).

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