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The Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy is a 21 day classroom training in the integration of hypnosis with CBT and mindfulness. The course is well-established and respected within the profession. You can purchase Stage 2 and 3 combined: Stage 2: Certificate in Behavioural Hypnotherapy (7 day course) - you must complete Stage 1 before proceeding to Stage 2 Stage 3: Certificate in Cognitive Hypnotherapy (7 day course) - you must complete Stage 2 before proceeding to Stage 3 The qualification…Find out more »
CBT for addiction used to rest on the assumption that clients are able to identify ways of thinking that lead them to engage in addictive behaviours. However, research into implicit cognitive processes and self-control suggests that some important determinants of addictive behaviour may not be consciously accessible. In this workshop we will learn that some of the automatic cognitive processes implicated in addictive behaviour may not be amenable to conventional CBT techniques. Integrating the latest evidence-based technologies such as ‘cognitive training’, as…Find out more »
Focuses on the integration of hypnosis with Cognitive Therapy. This is Stage 3 of the Diploma. You must have taken or booked the Stage 1 Certificate in Evidence-Based Hypnosis course and the Stage 2 Certificate in Behavioural Hypnotherapy course to book this course. If you wish to book this course without taking Stage 1 or booking the Diploma please contact the College to get permission to take this as a stand-alone course or to skip Stage 1. Read more hereFind 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 »
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 your introduction to hypnosis and hypnotherapy – approaching hypnosis…Find out more »
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 based on experimental and clinical research into hypnosis. Students…Find out more »
The Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy is a 21 day classroom training in the integration of hypnosis with CBT and mindfulness. The course is well-established and respected within the profession. The Diploma comprises three stages - each of which is a 7 day module: Stage 1: Certificate in Evidence-Based Hypnosis (7 days) Stage 2: Certificate in Behavioural Hypnotherapy (7 days) Stage 3: Certificate in Cognitive Hypnotherapy (7 days) The qualification is externally verified and awarded by NCFE, a government regulated…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 »
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