A modern approach to hypnosis, meditation and therapy
Free 2-hour webinar
Do you want to add the power of hypnosis to your therapy?
Do you want to learn a modern evidence-based approach that improves results over standard psychotherapy?
The Modern Approach to Hypnosis, Meditation and Therapy
Learn about our Hypno-CBT® training programme: the Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy.
In this free webinar, we'll introduce you to a modern, research informed model of hypnosis (without “trance”) – and how it can integrated elegantly into many types of therapy.
However we'll go further and how you our special Hypno-CBT® where hypnosis is integrated with cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and with mindfulness and meditation.
Hypno-CBT®: a modern integration of hypnosis and CBT.
Drawing on research into the nature of hypnosis and also the effectiveness of CBT, Hypno-CBT® combines two of the most powerful and effective psychotherapy interventions into one coherent system.
There are now dozens of clinical trials where it has been shown that adding hypnosis to CBT, known as CBT+Hypnosis or Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, improves outcomes over CBT alone.
Rather than merely adding hypnosis to CBT, the Hypno-CBT® approach takes this much further with a deep integration of the two therapeutic approaches.
The UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy is a world leader in the integration of hypnosis, mindfulness and CBT.
We have an intensive training in Hypno-CBT® that results in a Level 4 Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (externally awarded by NCFE)
The Hypno-CBT® approach lets you develop your treatment programmes tailored to the populations you wish to support with therapeutic change.
Whether that is exam stress for teenagers, chronic back pain, weight control, social confidence, public speaking training, or even philosophical approaches that are looking at the whole meaning and purpose of life – the wide range of tools and approaches and theories will let you design your own approach to helping others.
What you'll learn in the webinar
We'll address the following key questions in the webinar.
What is the Hypno-CBT® approach?
We'll address key questions about our unique model and about hypnotherapy in general, including:
- What makes Hypno-CBT® different from other approaches?
- Is hypnotherapy really credible as a therapeutic approach?
What are the training options?
We'll introduce our main training programme, the Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (Hypno-CBT®), and discuss:
- The different training format options
- An overview of the course content and curriculum
How we integrate hypnosis, mindfulness & CBT
We'll explore a modern approach to hypnosis and how it works with CBT
- Discover hypnosis without trance
- Our integrative CBT approach
- Hypnosis, de-hypnosis and the placebo response
And hear from a practicing Hypno-CBT® therapist!
In each webinar we will either be joined by a panelist – a recent graduate who has taken the Diploma training and is now a practicing therapist – or we will have a recorded interview with a recent graduate.
In both cases you will get to hear first hand from someone who has made the journey from being in a job (where they often not completely happy!) to being a self-employed professional hypnotherapist.
That's a BIG move – and it's great to hear their story and their advice. Plus you can listen to them answer questions.
Find out from the panelists:
- Find out why they decided to make the career shift to hypnotherapy
- What their main concerns were before taking the Diploma, and what put their fears to rest
- What life is like as a Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist
- Their top tips for succeeding business-wise as a therapist
About the webinar host:
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.