‚ÄčAdvanced Diploma/BSc Conversion Course in Clinical Hypnosis and Related Techniques – Level 6

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This is the only level 6 stand alone university accredited course in hypnosis in the UK. If you're a health professional who wants to improve your clinical skills by learning the theory and application of hypnosis this course is for you. You will learn how to develop communication and personal stress management skills working in a busy clinical setting. This programme is delivered by BSCAH in collaboration with Birmingham City University. The programme is mapped to the National Occupational Standards for clinical hypnosis.

You will gain theoretical and practical knowledge of hypnosis and related techniques, will improve and enhance your consultation skills and widen your approaches to common mental health problems. Graduates will use your newly acquired skills in both NHS and private health care settings.

What's covered in the course?
You will learn through lead lectures, group discussion, practical demonstrations and guided student-to- student practice. On successful completion of the course you will have the opportunity to go on to acquire accreditation with the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH). You will be taught by experienced practising clinicians and academics from medicine, dentistry, psychology and nursing who are accredited by BSCAH. The course will include four two-day attendance over a 10 month period at City South Campus where full access to library, student support and simulation facilities will be available.
Entry Requirements

Applicants must be a registrant with a professional regulatory body for example the GMC; GDC; NMC, HCPC, BaDn, BPS (Accredited) and BABCP (Accredited). If you are not registered with these please send your CV to Hilary Walker at

You must have GCSE English or equivalent

Course in depth

Each module on the course consists of 200 hours of contact time and independent learning.

Modules one and two consist of:

Two 7.5 hour sessions of contact time (10 hours interactive lectures and 5 hours group/ individual activities and reflection) 185 hours guided independent and online learning.

The final module will be delivered over a three month period consisting of: Four 7.5 hour sessions of contact time (16 hours interactive lectures and 14 hours group/ individual activities and reflection) 170 hours guided independent and online learning.


Total amount payable for the course is £2400. There are two payment options available:

1) Payment in full on application by cheque or bank transfer.

2) Deposit and instalments. £1000 non-refundable deposit to be paid on application.  The remaining £1400 in full by cheque or by standing order in 4 monthly instalments of £350 on:

  • 30th September 2018
  • 30th October 2018
  • 30th November 2018
  • 30th December 2018

For applications, further information including venue, dates and fees or clarification please contact Hilary Walker Branch Secretary, Midlands BSCAH at