Maureen Tilford • T: 07711746915 E: email@example.com
Do you feel isolated in your work with hypnosis? Would you like to join a group to discuss your work? This is an opportunity to give or receive support, share experience, even establish collaborative projects. If you would like to establish a group, send in an outline of how you would like your group to run: local meetings / teleconference /skype / e-forum, and which professionals you would like to attract and we will advertise it on this page. There are some groups running already so perhaps you would like to be listed on this page too. Let us know.
IF THERE IS A TOPIC YOU WOULD LIKE US TO COVER, IF YOU HAVE SOME EXPERTISE YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH US, OR IF THERE IS A SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN FORMING OR JOINING, PLEASE CONTACT US.
Meet the training team.....
Branch Secretaries: Les Brann • T: 01245 460 868 • E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathryn Woodward • E: email@example.com
Meet the Trainers
Branch Secretary: Linda Dunlop • E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Branch Chairman: Adrian Hamill
Branch Representative on Council: Mike Capek • T: 0161-9982503 • E: email@example.com
Branch Treasurer: Michael Wevitavidanalage • E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lancashire & Cheshire Branch covers the northwest of England and includes Cumbria and part of North Wales. We hold our Branch meetings at Warrington General Hospital (Lovely Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 1QG. T: 01925 635911) in Thewall House (the postgraduate or education centre) which is on your right as you enter the hospital. Currently car parking costs £3 for up to 5 hours.
These meetings are usually on the first Sunday of the month and start at 10am with an hour of peer supervision, led by a senior member of the Branch, when members are encouraged to bring current cases for discussion by the group. This is followed by a talk given by a Branch member or an outside speaker and finishes around 12.30pm. Branch meetings count as CPD for 2.5 hours. We also run regular Foundation training and occasional one day workshops on selected topics.
Dr Ann Williamson (MB ChB BSCAH Accred.)
Ann was a General Practitioner for thirty two years and has used hypnosis for more than twenty years to help her patients deal with stress and anxiety and to help them facilitate change in how they live their lives. She is an accredited member of the British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis, a certified NLP Master Practitioner and has had training in brief solution oriented therapy and other approaches. She has been involved for many years with teaching Health Professionals how to use hypnotic techniques both for themselves and within their own field of clinical expertise. She runs stress management, personal development and brief psychological interventions workshops on request, as well as seeing private clients for therapy. She has also lectured at Manchester, Chester and Salford Universities as well as in Canada and Europe. She has written three books: on stress management, smoking cessation and on brief psychological interventions in clinical practice. She is also co-editor of A Handbook of Contemporary Hypnosis published by Wiley in 2011 and has contributed to several other books and journals. She is also a Reiki Master Trainer and has an interest in creativity and exploring one’s emotions through the arts. For more details please visit www.annwilliamson.co.uk
Phyllis is a clinical psychologist who has had wide ranging experience in helping patients suffering with many physical and mental health problems. In particular, for many years she specialised in the assessment and treatment of psychological difficulties arising from the diagnosis of cancer and the course of the disease from diagnosis to end stage. Phyllis has a particular interest in the assessment and treatment of conditions such as PTSD, acute and chronic pain, difficulties arising from illness and injury, and the long term effects of trauma such as RTAs, assaults, and torture. With respect to clinical approaches, she considers herself to be eclectic. However, within this she has tended towards the use of cognitive behavioural therapy as an approach. She has extensive experience in the use of hypnosis in the treatment of a wide range of clinical problems and has been involved in hypnosis training both nationally and internationally. She has also trained in EMDR, (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing). Phyllis has participated in the drawing up of professional codes of conduct for two professionally recognised hypnosis organisations, the British Society of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis and the European Society of Hypnosis.
The Midlands branch is runs the only University Accredited level 6 course in Clinical Hypnosis & Related techniques in conjuction with Birmingham City University. Further information on the course can be found on the training page, alternatively please e-mail Hilary Walker at email@example.com
Branch Chair – Shamsh Suleman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Simon Barnett – Course Leader (email@example.com)
Jenny Page – Treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jim Moorhouse - (email@example.com)
Trevor Hadfield - (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Simon Barnett - (email@example.com)
Jean Rogerson - (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kathryn Kinmond - (email@example.com)
Branch Secretary: Hilary Walker • E: BSCAHMidlandsbranch@outlook.com • T: 07702492867
Branch Chair: Grahame Smith • E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Branch Secretary: Dan Round • E: email@example.com
Branch Representative on BSCAH Council: Zoita Mandila • E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bscahwest.co.uk
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