Due to popular demand, this training is run over 2 weekends rather than weekdays.
Training runs 2 & 3 March and 16 & 17 March = Total 4 days. 0900-1700 each day.
Based in Eccles Manchester, close to public transport, free parking.
This approach to hypnotherapy training focuses on the ‘whole person’, that is the physical, emotional and spiritual attributes along with the person as an energetic entity.
Welcome you to Life Cycle Therapies and the Holistic Hypnotherapy Certification Training (Foundation Level). As one of the trainers of this exciting and life-transforming course, I am absolutely passionate about hypnotherapy as a non-invasive and extremely effective holistic healing modality for everyone. This course offers the freedom to experience first-hand personal transformations that you can then relay to your future clients. Hypnotherapy can be used in conjunction with and as a part of so many other holistic therapies from current and past life regression to future life progression, inner child sessions, parts therapy and cord therapy. It really is the foundation, the basis for enhancing existing skills and building new layers of knowledge around pre-existing qualifications and modalities.
The Holistic Hypnotherapy Training offered by Life Cycle Therapies has been assessed and accredited by the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (UK). Graduates from this course are eligible for registration with the General Hypnotherapy Register (the GHSC’s Registering Agency), together with the acquisition of the industry-based award – the General Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice (GQHP). The certification training covers the foundations for using hypnosis with a range of clients. The course includes more than 200 hours of private study and tutor-led practical and experiential sessions and is suitable for both students who are already working as complementary therapists and those with no prior knowledge of hypnosis or any other complementary therapies.
• 50+ hours pre-course reading, preparation and theory papers.
• 40 hours of tutor-led time with practical and experiential learning; Interactive discussions and lectures, live demonstrations, and pair and triad work.
• 50+ hours of tutor supervised case studies with volunteer clients; including overall session preparation, delivery, and reflection.
• 60+ hours of post-course reading, study, self-hypnosis, the recording and submission of a professionally created hypnosis recording and a post-course theory paper along with a 12-month business plan.
Pre Course Reading
There are two books that need to be read prior to the course, they are ‘Hypnosis for Change’ by Josie Hadley and Carol Staudacher and ‘Essentials of Hypnosis’ by Michael Yapko and a pre-course theory paper.
This course is accredited by the ‘General Hypnotherapy Standards Council’ and enables students to work professionally with a range of clients with insurance. Graduates may join the GHR and CNHC once they have successfully completed the four-day training workshop and worked through all requirements and received their certificate of completion.
• Complete all written and reading assignments.
• Produce a self-hypnosis recording and a 12-month business plan.
• Work with five clients having multiple sessions under tutor supervision. Produce and evaluate written summaries of these case studies showing methodology, reduction in measurable symptoms and personal learning’s.
What this course covers
• History of hypnosis, pioneers of hypnosis and pioneers timeline.
• What is hypnosis? Conscious vs. subconscious mind.
• The occurrence of physiological changes including the ten physical symptoms of trance.
• Exploring the brain. Brainwaves by type, their state of consciousness and what they look like.
• Exploring the seven commonly experienced signs of hypnotic phenomena.
• Who can be hypnotised? How does hypnosis work? What does hypnosis feel like? And what can hypnosis be used for?
• The four common prerequisites to achieving hypnotic trance.
• Trance depth assessment and depth assessment scales.
• Ideomotor signaling and depth of hypnosis scale using ideomotor response.
• Contra Indicators and when to withhold treatment.
• The seven steps in a typical hypnosis session.
• Client interview procedure including rapport, nonverbal cues, questioning your client and setting expectations and the confidential client questionnaire.
• Working with your client to set objectives, collect measurable symptoms and using pre, post and current interview tick sheets.
• Learning styles and different channels to learning.
• The induction process including exploring ten different induction principals.
• The formal induction and induction techniques.
• Awakening and grounding your client.
• Guided visualisation and stairs deepener along with overload deepener for analytical clients.
• Hypnotherapeutic suggestions including PREM
• Types of suggestion – Direct, indirect, presuppositions
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