13th January 2019 (1 day) – Self-Hypnosis Workshop

CPD Event title: Self-Hypnosis Workshop

Brief Description Of Event: Learn self-hypnosis and gain greater control over your life! Anyone can attend this one-day highly practical self-hypnosis workshop. It will be of particular interest to anyone wishing to engage in personal or professional self-development. It will also be of relevance to anyone with an interest in hypnosis, and hypnotherapy; whether for self-help, becoming a practitioner, or already a therapist.
Perhaps you have already started using self-suggestion; yet found that a particular habit or belief isn’t easy to change. Your critical conscious mind can resist change. In self-hypnosis, you are able to bypass this ‘gate-keeper’ and have greater access to your subconscious mind, where you are better able to work with established habits and beliefs. In this workshop, you will learn how to use specific language to most effectively communicate with your subconscious mind. Applications include:
• Build resources and resilience
• Change your inner self-talk
• Connect to your intuition and your ‘inner advisor’
• Develop your emotional intelligence
• Let go of mental clutter and develop a stronger focus on your goals
• Manage chronic and acute pain
• Optimise lifestyle management
• Personal and professional development
• Reduce stress
• Refocus unhealthy eating habits to make healthier food choices
• Release unhelpful habits, and develop healthier habits

This workshop can help you move beyond just problem-solving, into solution-focused achievement, supported by evidence-based principles and approaches.
By the end of the workshop, you will have gained an understanding of how, when and why you can use self-hypnosis, together with a range of practical skills to give you a ‘ready-to-use’ self-hypnosis toolbox for personal change and development. Topics include:
All about hypnosis:
What is hypnosis? Definitions, myths and misconceptions
The science of hypnosis; how it works
Meditation and hypnosis, how they compare
How the mind works:
The use of suggestion and the impact of negative suggestion
The Laws of Suggestion and Rules of the Mind
How our mind can distort our thinking (cognitive distortions)
Specific approaches:
Focused suggestions for personal change
Changing and developing attitudes, behaviours, beliefs and habits
Gaining insight and speak with your ‘inner advisor’
Goal focus
Mental rehearsal for performance, sport, skill development
Relaxing the mind and the body
Self-help and personal development

Participants are responsible for notifying us of any psychological or physical health issues which may affect their ability to participate in the workshop. This workshop may be unsuitable for people with a history of psychiatric conditions or disorders. If in doubt, please seek advice from us prior to booking.

Learning Objectives: By the end of the workshop, participants will have an understanding of the theory and practice of self-hypnosis for a range of applications including:
– Relaxation
– Insight generation
– Ego strengthening
– Personal development
– Symptom management
– Mental rehearsal

Course Structure: This is a one-day skills development workshop for hypnotherapists and those with an interest in hypnosis, offering a range of discussions and practical activities related to the personal use of self-hypnosis.

Date of event: 13th January 2019

Duration of Event: 1 days

Venue for event: Westminster, London (nearest tube is Embankment)

Name of trainer: Dr Kate Beaven-Marks

Website: http://www.hypnotc.com

Maximum number of participants: 50

Cost of Course: £125

Cost for NCH members: £99

How to claim discount: Use the graduates price option on the HypnoTC website (link below) and then email Kate@hypnotc.com to confirm that you are an NCH member. 

Payment link = https://hypnotc.com/self-hypnosis-workshop/

Additional information/requirements: This CPD event is only for qualified hypnotherapists.
Kate is an energetic and enthusiastic hypnotherapy trainer, with a cumulative theoretical and practical knowledge of hypnosis that would be difficult to surpass. Her passion for the subject goes above and beyond anything seen with your run-of-the-mill hypnotherapy trainers. As a professionally trained teacher, Kate has various highly-respected professional endorsements, such as: Chartered member of IOSH, a member of the Institute of Leadership and Management, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine – not to mention, a Certified Instructor with the NGH. She is an experienced clinical supervisor, and Approved Supervisor with the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR) and British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH). As a highly qualified and diversely experienced clinical hypnotist and hypnotherapist, Kate makes use of her extensive specialist training including medical hypnosis, NLP, REBT, H-CBT, EMDR, IEMT, addictions and trauma, in her therapy practices in West London and East London. She also uses this with her work with a London teaching hospital, providing training for medical staff and using hypnotherapy with in-patients and day cases.
Kate has a Doctorate of Education, based upon the educational aspects of hypnosis from a professionalism perspective. As part of the research for her Doctorate, she completed training with many (200+) international hypnosis and hypnotherapy training providers, and has a personal library of hypnosis-related books that would make even the most avid enthusiast rather jealous. This makes her one of the most well-rounded, highly qualified hypnotherapy trainers in the UK today.
With a keen interest in raising standards within the profession, she is a member of the Hypnotherapy Profession Specific Board with the voluntary regulator, the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and is also Chair of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH). In addition, she writes articles for prominent publications, and regularly speaks at both national and international conferences.