28th October 2018 – Research Skills for Hypnotherapists

CPD Event title: Research Skills for Hypnotherapists

Brief Description Of Event: In this interactive and practical workshop, you will gain skills that will enable you to understand the research process, interpret and assess published research; and apply relevant principles and concepts within your therapy practice.
You will discover what ‘evidence-based practice’ and ‘practice-based evidence’ offer hypnotists, hypnotherapists and talking therapists. Such understanding and use of contemporary research can really adding depth and breadth to your knowledge and enhance your practice.
A great way of gaining a deeper research awareness, is to conduct your own research. This workshop will also help you explore ways that you could audit your own practice, as well as conducting experimental research and systematic reviews. Undertaking audits and research can also benefit your practice, providing a richer understanding of your own work.
To illustrate the research process, a six-stage model for conducting research will be introduced. Each stage, of concept, design, pilot, active research, analysis, and writing up, will be discussed. Aspects of quantitative and qualitative approaches will be considered, together with varied methodology and methods, such as interviewing and the use of questionnaires. Time will also be spent considering the process for data analysis, including thematic analysis and statistical analysis.

Learning Objectives: The aim of this Research Skills Workshop is to make research easy to understand, easy to incorporate into your practice, and easy to conduct for yourself!
As a result of participating in this workshop, participants will gain an insight into the different types of research possible for the hypnotherapy practitioner to use and to undertake, together with the clear advantages this will offer.

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 research from a hypnotherapy perspective.

Date of event: 28th October 2018

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: 20

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/research-skills-workshop/

Additional information/requirements: This CPD event is open to all with an interest in hypnotherapy.
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.

25th November 2018 (1 day) – Rapid Therapy Approaches for Hypnotherapists

CPD Event title: Rapid Therapy Approaches for Hypnotherapists

Brief Description Of Event: Many hypnotherapists are taught the lengthy “relaxation model” approach to creating the state of hypnosis, and indeed approaches such as this can be very useful in a range of situations. However, at other times, you will need a more dynamic approach to get your patient or client hypnotised quickly. There also may be occasions where you have limited time to work with the person, and need rapid solutions to effectively help them address issues and create change.
Our fast-paced and highly interactive Rapid Therapy Approaches workshop will provide you with the tools to work quickly and effectively in a range of healthcare and consulting environments, as well as offering appropriate approaches for educational and informative demonstrations, with both individuals and groups.
During our Rapid Therapy Approaches course, you will have the opportunity to learn and practice at least 15 different rapid tests, inductions, deepeners, including:
• Permissive
• Authoritative
• Simple
• Direct & Indirect
• Surprise
• Confusion
• Overload
Together with rapid therapeutic techniques addressing:
• Behavioural (habit change)
• Analytical (insight generation / sub-conscious change)
• Cognitive (addressing limiting beliefs)
• Ego-strengthening
• Goal achievement

A detailed manual will accompany the workshop and you will receive a Certificate of Attendance, displaying the number of CPD hours. This workshop is designed for hypnotists, hypnotherapists and NLP practitioners who have had some practical experience of hypnosis inductions and therapy.

Learning Objectives: By the end of the workshop, participants will have explored:
– Preparing for rapid therapy
– The indications and use of suggestibility tests
– Rapid inductions and deepeners
– Rapid behavioural, cognitive and analytical approaches
– Rapid approaches for ego strengthening
– Rapid approaches for goal focus

Course Structure: This is a one-day workshop for hypnotherapists, offering a range of discussions and practical activities related to the rapid therapy approaches presented.

Date of event: 25th November 2018

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: 20

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/rapid-therapy-approaches/

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.

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.

21st July 2018 (2 days) – EMDR for Hypnotherapists

CPD Event title: EMDR for Hypnotherapists

Brief Description Of Event: This two-day highly interactive and practical workshop will cover:
Theory:
• The theory of trauma
• PTSD perspectives
• Processing disturbance
Techniques:
• Assessing contra-indications
• Preparation and information gathering
• Metaphors for EMDR
• Working with SUD and VOC scales
• Using bilateral stimulation and eye movements (finger sweep, clicks and taps)
• Bilateral stimulation using technology
• Processing images, beliefs, emotions and sensations
• Working through blocks and loops
• Closing interim and final sessions
Applications:
• Protocols for: Past trauma, Recent trauma, Phobias, Anxieties, Anger
• Adapting protocols for: Ego strengthening, Positive Enhancement and Future pacing

EMDR works very well within a hypnotherapy practice. Originally designed to help address traumatic memories, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) facilitates the accessing, processing and resolving of disturbing memories and unpleasant life experiences, whilst addressing negative beliefs and unwanted body sensations about past and future events and promoting supportive positive beliefs. EMDR is a highly useful tool for any professional hypnotherapist. EMDR is commonly applied to working with trauma, disturbance, anxiety (past, present, future events), phobias, performance concerns.
Example: Say you get hit by another car whilst crossing a junction. No major injuries, just some bruises, which will heal over the next few weeks until you cannot even see where they were. Your brain ‘heals’ in the same way. You may be upset initially, and then talk to friends and colleagues about the event, and without even thinking about it, learn any lessons, file away useful information, and process any relevant emotions or sensations. This way, when you look back at the event a few months or years later, it is just remembered as an unpleasant experience.
For some, they are not able to process the experience (fully or at all), and it may continue to intrude in everyday life. For example, there may be negative beliefs such as “I am powerless”, or “I cannot trust anyone”, there may be body sensations, such as feelings of tension, or a heightened emotion, such as anxiety. This may have unwanted intrusions into a person’s life, such as when approaching a road junction, a person may go into a state of fight/flight and be aware of a heightened state of anxiety, yet also less able to focus on their driving.

Learning Objectives: By the end of the two-day workshop, delegates will:
– Understand how to conduct a client intake suitable for EMDR
– Know where EMDR is indicated, and where it is contra-indicated
– Be able to prepare a client for the EMDR process
– Be able to work through the standard EMDR protocol
– Understand how to adapt the EMDR protocol for a range of applications.

Course Structure: This is a two-day workshop for hypnotherapists, offering a range of discussions and practical activities related to EMDR from a hypnotherapy perspective.

Date of event: 21st July 2018

Duration of Event: 2 days

Venue for event: Westminster, London SW1 (nearest tube is Embankment)

Name of trainer: Dr Kate Beaven-Marks

Website: http://www.hypnotc.com

Maximum number of participants: 20

Cost of Course: £250

Cost for NCH members: £199

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/eye-movement-desensitisation-and-reprocessing-emdr/

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.

8th September 2018 (1 days) – Practical Training in Emotional Freedom Technique – One Day Workshop

CPD Event title: Practical Training in Emotional Freedom Technique – One Day Workshop

Brief Description Of Event: Based on the teachings of Gary Craig, Pioneer of EFT, this one day Workshop is for all therapists who want to gain knowledge about Emotional Freedom Technique which is such a valuable tool in the therapy room.

Learning Objectives: EFT is a form of psychological acupressure, based on the same energy meridians used in traditional acupuncture to treat physical and emotional problems for over 5,000 years, but without the invasiveness of needles. It brings about relaxation, a brighter outlook, better health, more energy and focus, added self-esteem and helps to relieve stress, anxiety, chronic pain and a multitude of other ailments and issues.

EFT restores awareness and trust in the natural healing abilities of our mind and body, providing ground-breaking opportunities to achieving physical and emotional wellbeing in a faster time frame. Because the techniques are so simple, they can be used effectively as a self-help tool, which empowers people to actively contribute to their own healing and development process.

What you will learn on the Workshop:

• The history of EFT
• When and how to use EFT
• How to structure your EFT starting sentences
• How to measure before and after EFT results
• EFT meridian trigger points needed to create positive results

This Workshop is practical in nature and you will have the opportunity to work on and experience others working on real issues which will motivate and inspire you.

Course Structure: The course will commence at 9.30 am and finish at approximately 4.30.pm. There will be a break for lunch during which a delicious buffet lunch will be served.

About Your Tutor:
Val Goff is a Holistic Therapist and specializes in helping people with mental health and addiction problems. Her approach considers the whole person based on the interaction between the body, the mind and the energy system that combines them. She uses a range of techniques with her clients including Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, NLP, EFT, Medication/Mindfulness and Reiki to assist people to make positive changes in their lives.

Date of event: 8th September 2018

Duration of Event: 1 days

Venue for event: Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire

Name of trainer: Val Goff

Tel bookings: 01623 556234

Email bookings: mags@clemturner.co.uk

Website: http://www.clemturner.co.uk/training-courses/

Cost of Course: £170

Cost for NCH members: £150

How to claim discount: Members should quote their membership number when booking

Additional information/requirements: The cost of the workshop includes a comprehensive manual, safe car parking, delicious buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day, certificate of attendance plus ongoing support by phone or e-mail.

18th October 2018 (2 days) – Mental Health First Aid England – Two Day Course

CPD Event title: Mental Health First Aid England – Two Day Course

Brief Description Of Event: Learn how to recognise the signs of mental health distress and offer practical help and support to your clients, friends and family on this valuable and internationally recognised course.

Learning Objectives: There is widespread misunderstanding of mental ill health in the general population and there is the associated stigma too. For some the stigma can lead to delays in people seeking help and support.

This Mental Health First Aid two day course teaches delegates how to identify, understand and help a person who may be developing a mental health problem. In the same way as we learn Physical First aid, Mental Health First Aid enables you to recognize those crucial warning signs of mental ill health. In any one year, approximately 1 in 4 British adults experience at least one diagnosable mental health problem. Mental ill health can affect every single one of us.

There is also a lack of confidence in what to do if someone is distressed or in a crisis situation. As a Hypnotherapist, by learning to recognize the signs that someone may be experiencing mental health distress, you will have more confidence and skills in being able to guide a person towards appropriate professional help, and in its most powerful form, save a life by learning basic suicide intervention skills.

On the course you will learn:

Section 1:
What is Mental Health?
Why Mental Health First Aid?
The Five steps of Mental Health First Aid
Impact and cost of Mental Health
Influences on Mental Health
Risk and protective factors
What is depression?
Alcohol, drugs and depression
Section 2:
Suicide in England
How to help someone who is suicidal
Listening non-judgementally
First Aid for depression
Treatment and resources for depression
Self-care
Section 3:
What is anxiety?
When is anxiety a problem?
Alcohol, Drugs and anxiety disorders
Crisis first aid for panic attacks
Crisis first aid for acute stress reaction
Some common thinking distortions
Treatment and resources for anxiety
Self-harm
Eating disorders
Section 4:
What is psychosis?
Understanding psychosis
Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
Recovery from psychosis
Crisis first aid for acute psychosis
Treatment and resources for psychosis
Action planning for using MHFA

Course Structure: Each of the two days will commence at 9.15 am for a 9.30 start and finish approximately 4.30.pm. There will be a break for lunch during which a delicious buffet lunch will be served.

About Your Tutor:
Val qualified as a Mental Health First Aid Instructor in 2008 being one of the first Instructors to deliver MHFA in England. Val’s background is in Bereavement Support and working in the Drug/Alcohol field for 16 years within the Criminal Justice system.

Her interest in mental health developed through working with addictive behaviours. She also has independent private practice as a Holistic Therapist and specializes in helping people with mental health and addiction problems in their recovery. Her approach considers the whole person and is based on the interaction between the body, the mind and the energy system that combines them.

Val uses a range of techniques including Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), Meditation/Mindfulness and Reiki to assist people in making positive changes to their lives.

Date of event: 18th October 2018

Duration of Event: 2 days

Venue for event: Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire

Name of trainer: Val Goff

Tel bookings: 01623 556234

Email bookings: mags@clemturner.co.uk

Website: http://www.clemturner.co.uk/training-courses/

Cost of Course: £340

Cost for NCH members: £300

How to claim discount: Members should quote their membership number when booking

Additional information/requirements: The cost of the workshop includes a comprehensive manual, workbook and five step MHFA guide, safe car parking, delicious buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day, Certificate of Attendance directly from MHFA England plus ongoing support by phone or e-mail.

18th November 2018 (1 day) – Parts Therapy and Effective Techniques to Grow your Practice – One Day Workshop

CPD Event title: Parts Therapy and Effective Techniques to Grow your Practice – One Day Workshop

Brief Description Of Event: Dr Roet has run Workshops for Hypnotherapists all over Europe and now we are privileged to welcome him once again to Nottinghamshire on the 1st September 2018.
His workshop will teach you his unique method of parts therapy and a variety of other new skills to qualified hypnotherapists—whether just starting or fully experienced.

Learning Objectives: Some of the subjects discussed will be—the Inner World; connecting logic and emotion; reducing stress and anxiety; treating panic attacks; using a specific technique he calls “The Projectionist” to change internal pictures.

On the Workshop you will learn
1. Dr Roet’s unique parts therapy technique
2. Using metaphors with clients
3. Understand unconscious messages
4. How to gain deeper empathy and connection with the client
5. Improve communication with the client
6. Understand the importance of clean language
7. Practice Dr Roet’s unique techniques to use with clients

Course Structure: The Workshop will commence at 10 am and finish approximately 4.30 pm. There will be a break for lunch during which a delicious buffet lunch will be served.

Your Tutor:
Dr Brian Roet was a G.P. and Anaesthetist in Melbourne, Australia before moving to London over 30 years ago. He has practiced psychotherapy and hypnotherapy for the last three decades and now has over 15,000 hours experience of therapy with clients.
He has written extensively on Hypnosis, Confidence, and Feelings—all relevant to his therapy, and runs workshops in the U.K and overseas. His detailed works are often used as hypnosis textbooks and all are available on www.amazon.co.uk.

Date of event: 18th November 2018

Duration of Event: 1 days

Venue for event: Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire

Name of trainer: Dr Brian Roet

Tel bookings: 01623 556234

Email bookings: mags@clemturner.co.uk

Website: http://www.clemturner.co.uk/training-courses/

Cost of Course: £170

Cost for NCH members: £150

How to claim discount: Members should quote their membership number

Additional information/requirements: The cost of the workshop includes relevant handouts, safe car parking, delicious buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day, certificate of attendance plus ongoing support by phone or e-mail.

2nd September 2018 (1 day) – One Mind, One Body

CPD Event title: One Mind, One Body

Brief Description Of Event: An integrated approach to Neurological Disorders
‘One Mind, One Body … an integrated approach to neurological disorders’ will give you the necessary knowledge and skills to confidently offer effective help to clients with these conditions. Those skills will include a thorough understanding of the conditions together with the treatment protocols, plus an introduction into the world of the Psychosensory Therapies appropriate to these conditions, essential tools for these and many other conditions.

 

Learning Objectives: By the end of the course you should:

* Have a clear understanding of a number of neurological disorders
* Have a clear understanding of the brain, nervous system and muscle control functions in relation to neurological disorders
* Understand the physiological and psychological effects
* Be able to formulate and execute a treatment plan
* Offer support and guidance to local groups and medical profession

Course Structure: This is an interactive, workshop style day with lots of time for practise.

Date of event: 2nd September 2018

Duration of Event: 1 days

Venue for event: Wimbledon SW19

Name of trainer: Dr. Nick Wright

Tel bookings: 020 3369 3360

Email bookings: info@londonhypnotherapyacademy.co.uk

Website: http://www.londonhypnotherapyacademy.co.uk

Maximum number of participants: 12

Cost of Course: £140

Cost for NCH members: £120

How to claim discount: Quote your membership number when booking.

18th November 2018 (1 day) – Mindfulness For Hypnotherapists

CPD Event title: Mindfulness For Hypnotherapists

Brief Description Of Event: What exactly is mindfulness and how can it help? At its essence, it’s all about being present in the moment. You’ve probably noticed that the number of clients coming to you for stress related issues has increased, and perhaps you’ve noticed the effects of stress in your life.

As we all become busier, we become less connected to the present moment. When was the last time you were truly absorbed in the moment, the here and now?

Most of us, and our clients spend most of our time multi-tasking; constantly running through our mental ‘to do’ lists while we complete household chores, eating at our desk while we work, or talking to our families while we run errands. How can we enjoy all the fleeting moments that make up our lives if we are never truly present in them?

Recent studies show that practicing mindfulness on a regular basis not only promotes mental clarity and a sense of peace, it also helps improve our physical health. By relieving stress it boosts the immune system, lowers blood pressure, aids sleep, and alleviates gastrointestinal problems. The principles of mindfulness also help clients with issues such as anxiety disorders and unwanted habits and weight issues. By bringing awareness and mindful attention to a situation you can help shift your client from struggling with negative emotions towards accepting and being with whatever is happening in their lives.

Learning Objectives: In this one day workshop you will learn the principles of mindfulness based approaches, including how or when to introduce them to your client.
You will learn:

  • The origins and history of mindfulness
  • Practical mindfulness-based interventions to use with your clients
  • The neuroscience supporting mindfulness interventions

Course Structure: This is an experiential day full of practical techniques that you can implement in your practice to help your clients connect to the present moment and become more mindful.

Date of event: 18th November 2018

Duration of Event: 1 day

Venue for event: Wimbledon SW19

Name of trainer: Abbey Robb

Tel bookings: 020 3369 3360

Email bookings: info@londonhypnotherapyacademy.co.uk

Website: http://www.londonhypnotherapyacademy.co.uk

Maximum number of participants: 12

Cost of Course: £140

Cost for NCH members: £120

How to claim discount: Quote membership number when registering