Training

 

All health professionals can benefit from learning effective ways to gain rapport, give suggestion, and teach patients tools, with which they can help themselves. Functional (Medically Unexplained) Symptoms cause immense suffering and cost the country billions of pounds. The effects of inadvertent negative suggestions (NOCEBO effect) during consultations with health care professionals, when patients can be particularly susceptible, should not be underestimated. Learn the language of non-hypnotic positive suggestion in addition to the art of hypnosis.

 Advanced Diploma/BSc Conversion/Graduate Certificate in Clinical Hypnosis and Related Techniques at Birmingham City University. Download course leaflet here.

One-day workshops available in:
• Advanced Clinical Communication in the Management of Pain
• Non-Pharmacological Interventions in Primary Care
• Advanced Clinical Communication in the Management of Functional Disorders

The above targeted taster workshops teach simple hypnotic and imagery techniques but to explore the full potential of hypnotic techniques we suggest you book on a Foundation Course.

CLICK HERE for more information about our Foundation Training and Core Curriculum

York 3 Module training in Clinical Hypnosis for Health Professionals

Northern Counties 27 /28 January 2018.Module one of three . ( Mods II & III :- 24/25 February & 24/25 March 2018)

We follow the BSCAH Core curriculum (36 hours CPD) The course will be co-presented by Grahame Smith and Gillian Smith (no relation), supported by Dan Round. Guest tutors Prof Leslie Walker joins us on Module 3. Oher guest tutors acc. Read more...