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With Mark R. Davis and a special panel.

Mark is joined by a panel of three recent graduates from the Online Diploma Training programme: Opera Singer Ed Lyons, Executive Coach Mark Austin and Human Resources Manager Nicola Galiano.

All three have recently completed the Online Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy and were awarded the qualification: Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy.

Mark asks them about their experience, challenges and pros and cons of taking the training in this format.

Recorded on November 19th 2020.

Nicola Galiana

Nicola is currently working in HR and a large part of her role is around colleague wellbeing.  Nicola has used aspects of her diploma nearly everyday in her work from running relaxation sessions, running sessions on wellbeing and managing stress and sessions on insomnia.

The Diploma has given her more options in that she can run her own business and/or pivot her career.

Ed Lyon

Ed Lyon is a professional opera singer and therapist based in Cheltenham. He holds Diplomas in CBH and SMRB from the UK College as well as accreditation in ACT and CFT. He specialises in Performance Stress and Anxiety.

Ed’s website is

Mark Austin

Mark works with entrepreneurs and business owners to help them overcome their procrastination, manage their emotions and be more productive.

You can find Mark at

About the author | Mark R. Davis

Mark is a therapist, trainer, meditation teacher – and a leader in developing the integration of hypnosis with cognitive behavioural psychotherapy approaches. As Director and Principal of The UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, he is at the forefront of evidence-based hypnotherapy training – and is also very involved in the the integration of yoga and non-dual philosophy into Western Psychotherapy.