“Hypnotherapy in the clinical setting is a method of therapy which facilitates transformation, inner search, learning and therapeutic change. It has been my pleasure for many years to teach people the liberating power of self-hypnosis, and to train health professionals, corporate trainers and individuals the use and practice of Clinical Hypnosis“.
What do we do?
We teach hypnosis and psychotherapy, and our course is based on many thousands of hours of clinical practice – working with real people, with real problems. The truth is, to hypnotise someone is a reasonably easy thing to learn how to do. Maintaining and further developing the trance state requires more skill, as does providing meaningful therapeutic direction that utilises that state.
With proper training and guidance, a hypnotherapist has the potential to lead people towards profound change using this modality. We want to show you how you can use your skills and strengths, and get the best from your clients.
We encourage you to understand that great therapy involves a partnership between you and your client. You must pay attention to them, and you must also know yourself.
Experiential learning makes for the best study outcomes. We all have strengths to draw from, and any further education should enhance us and utilise any skills we already have. We actively encourage our students to use any learning they acquire for personal development. The more we work on ourselves, the better we can help others.
Your skills are only skills in as much as they reflect your personal philosophy.
Not everyone studies Clinical Hypnosis in order to become a hypnotherapist. We will encourage you to develop skills that are appropriate to your motivations and desired outcomes from studying with us.
A one-size-fits-all approach to hypnosis therapy is neither sustainable nor realistic. We will encourage you to develop your ability to adapt your technique to the person you are working with.
It’s our hope that students of hypnosis develop an eclectic approach to their therapy, to draw from many sources, to seek and take advice from those with experience, and to learn from more than one teacher. This will help you serve your clients better.