He studied engineering graduated from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), He is a psychologist with a degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) graduated with honors, has three postgraduate degrees in psychotherapy, international certification in brief therapy by the Milton Erickson Foundation, training International congresses Mexico / Europe and one worldwide in France, has taken classes with teachers from Germany, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Chile, United States, France, Australia, Hungary, as well as some of Milton H Erickson's direct disciples among other experts.
He is the founder and director of the center of human growth of the eleven Ericksonian principles Hipnocova®, creator of the diploma: "Hypnosis and Ericksonian therapy based on the eleven principles", author of the book: "Secrets of the successful psychotherapy of Milton H. Erickson" with Foreword by Roxanna Erickson (the daughter of Milton Erickson), which is based on the opinion of more than fifty experts in brief psychotherapy and hypnosis from four continents. He has been presented in more than fourteen international conferences and events. Abraham has three book participations on brief therapy (Chile), family therapy (Mexico) and hypnosis (Mexico). He is a member of the Mexican Council of Psychology and is a member of the international team for the creation of the Ericksonian manual recognized as a leader and expert in Ericksonian therapy worldwide.
He has been a special guest to welcome as part of the group of experts at the international level in the "TRANSES" magazine of the "Dunod" editorial in clinical hypnosis in France. Abraham has presented his model of the eleven principles of Ericksonian therapy in three continents and six countries, in America (Mexico, USA), Europe (Hungary, Italy, Spain) and Asia (Turkey) as well as the publication in the magazine entitled hypnosis and brief therapies of France in his edition no. 48. He has been a speaker and workshop facilitator in the last four years at both national and international conferences.
He is a postgraduate professor at both masters and diploma levels. Abraham Hernández's passions are psychotherapy and the search for the best intervention strategies for his consultants.