Hypnotherapy

General articles about hypnosis and hypnotherapy.

NCFE External Verification Report 2021 – “well organised and expertly executed”

Each year we have to go through the extensive and rigorous process of having an external “audit” from NCFE with regard to our customised qualification: the Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy. Most hypnotherapy training schools and colleges simply issue their own qualification and print the certificates off on their office printer. Back in 2007 the […]

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Stress Management or Hypnotherapy training? Which is best?

Join our free webinar happening Wednesday 10th February 2021 at 7.30pm GMT. With Mark Davis and Shelley Cushway February 2021 is a really exciting month for us as we’re offering two different courses that can provide trainees with the skills and qualification necessary to help others manage stress at this time. Helping others cope with […]

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Webinar: Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy for Children & Teens – interview with Emma Coffey

In December 2020 Mark Davis interviewed Emma Coffey about her experience as a hypnotherapist – and especially looking at her work with children and teenagers. “During the training programme the College ran for a group of Great Ormond Street Hospital psychologists it became clear that Emma had developed a highly creative yet science-based way of […]

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How is our hypnotherapy training different from other courses?

The question “How is our hypnotherapy training different from other courses?” is excellent. Let’s try to answer that super briefly. 1/ It is based on a cognitive behavioural model of hypnosis The cognitive behavioural model is a non-state, or non-trance, model of hypnosis.  We drop the concept of trance or altered state of consciousness to […]

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What makes a good hypnotic subject?

It’s a relatively popular belief that if a person is easily hypnotised, it is a sign that they’re gullible and weak willed… But in fact, the opposite is true! “…it is not a sign of instability or weakness to be capable of being put in a hypnotic trance, but that, quite on the contrary, a […]

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News Release: Self-hypnosis for children – skill for the future

We’re really excited to announce that our press piece about our project with Great Ormond Street Hospital was released today! Read the news release below… A new hypnosis training programme for hospital psychologists and psychotherapists working with children reaches completion this week. Having learned the skills of using hypnosis techniques with children, these paediatric specialists […]

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Can you really train online in hypnotherapy? (Recorded Webinar)

HOW TO BECOME A COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL HYPNOTHERAPIST – FROM HOME! 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 recently completed the Online Diploma […]

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Study and Retraining Opportunities during Lockdown

Here in the United Kingdom we are facing another period of lockdown until December 2nd and possibly for longer. I do believe that clouds can have silver linings; I delight that the grit in the oyster gets turned into a pearl. While for some this is going to be an extremely challenging time  – for […]

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