Free Taster Evening: The Professional Opportunities in Hypnotherapy and the Scientific Approach to Hypnosis

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  • Includes a glass (or two) of wine and snacks

Tuesday March 19th 7:00 pm9:00 pm: FREE

This evening session is a free chance for you to learn about:

  • the professional opportunities that hypnotherapy can offer you,
  • the regulations and laws around hypnotherapy and what qualifications you need
  • the science of hypnosis (what does the research say),
  • what is an evidence-based approach and why is that important,
  • the unique benefits of the cognitive-behavioural approach,
  • the College, trainers and whether you like this approach.

 

Includes a glass (or two) of wine and snacks :)

The main presentation will run for just over 90 minutes with a chance to experience hypnosis and ask questions.

We’ll conclude with questions and answers, a chance to meet some of the previous students who are now professional hypnotherapists.

And then enjoy some wine and snacks! :)

You might be thinking about taking a hypnotherapy training programme very soon, or it might be a distant idea.

In either case you want to be getting more information, find out the key questions to ask and get to CLARITY.

We’re going to be looking at:

  • The FOUR main types of hypnotherapy (really helps to understand the “landscape” of the profession)
  • Meditation vs Hypnosis – the same or different?
  • What does research say hypnotherapy can be effective for?
  • What is hypnosis? What is hypnotic suggestion? (experience it!)
  • The professional opportunities as a hypnotherapist:
    • who can you help?
    • how big is the market?
    • what are the keys to success
    • how much can you earn?

Free Taster Evening

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