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Live webcast training: Certificate in Evidence-Based Hypnosis (Stage 1 of Diploma) – November/December 2020
This course will be held via webcast. This is the only short hypnotherapy course approved by the British Psychological Society for CPD. The Certificate in Evidence-Based Hypnosis can be taken either as a stand-alone training or as the first part (Stage 1) of the Diploma in Cognitive-Behavioural Hypnotherapy (our complete practitioner diploma training.) This course is focused on basic hypnotherapy assessment, hypnotic induction, and the use of suggestion; it presents a strong and comprehensive basic training in traditional hypnotherapy. Content is…Find out more »
This Self-Hypnosis Workshop will take place via live webcast. Our popular self-help workshop is designed for the general public and for those starting to learn to be a hypnotherapist. Anyone is welcome to attend, although it will be of particular interest to qualified therapists and those interested in becoming a hypnotherapist. It can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or used as the first day of our certificate or diploma training in hypnotherapy. This is an ideal way to begin…Find out more »
This one day workshop for therapists will provide sound basic training in treating clients presenting with insomnia and sleeplessness issues. The approach used is based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy integrated with hypnotherapy. CBT for Insomnia (CBTI) is an excellent example of the application of cognitive behavioural therapy and so can become a good introduction to the CBT model. Hypnosis integrates particularly with CBTI – both in terms of inducing rest (leading to sleep) – but also with changing unhelpful habits…Find out more »
Low self-esteem is a unique condition characterized by symptoms from both the depressive and the anxiety spectrum therefore, it requires a creative and comprehensive approach that undermines all these varied symptoms. If we view ‘self-esteem’ as a sense of self, or set of beliefs or rigid opinions that we have about ourselves, significant others and the world around us, then we understand why CBT brings such an important contribution to the overall understanding and the treatment of low self-esteem. CBT treatment protocols distinguish depression…Find out more »
Terms & Conditions
All cancellations must be received in writing.
Deposits (or deposit equivalent fees) are non-refundable. Payment in full includes a deposit equivalent fee of £175 for single courses and £450 for the diploma (or £290 deposit for the Diploma 12 month payment plan).
The following cancellation fees apply to course cancellation, received in writing:
- Less than seven days before the course starts: full payment of the course is due. No refund is given for fees paid.
- Seven to 14 days before the course starts: 50% of the course fees will be due.
- More than 14 days before the course starts: full refund (less the non-refundable deposit) will be made.
Workshop fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
If the course is cancelled by the College, we will refund all fees paid but will not be liable for any additional or related costs incurred by students.
Non-attendance of a course or workshop is considered as a cancellation with no notice and hence full course fees are due and no refund given.
Acceptance onto the course and ongoing attendance of each stage of the course is at the discretion of the College.
Course Transfer Fees:
Once your deposit is made you are registered with your chosen dates for each stage. Each course date can be transferred to a future date with a fee of £175 per course with notice more than 14 days before the course commends and a fee of £300 per course with less than 14 days notice.
Our Course Satisfaction Guarantee:
If you decide at any point during the first 48 hours that the course is not suitable for you, then we will refund the full amount paid for the course less £200 (£175 deposit plus a small administrative fee).
Students are responsible for notifying us of any mental or physical health problems that might affect their ability to participate on the course. This course may not be suitable for people with a history of psychotic disorders or other psychiatric conditions.