Hypnosis
Hypnotherapy and Regulation
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A career that can be home based with working hours to suit.

Hypnosis is a trance like state in which you have a heightened focus and concentration. It can help to gain control over undesired behaviours, reduce emotional anxieties allowing a calmness and peace of mind.

 

It is a Complimentary therapy where the therapist explores with the Client, their emotional needs and expectations. A typical therapy sessions involves listening accepting and fully understanding  the Clients needs and expectations

 

It involves skilled communication aimed at directing a person’s  thoughts and imagination in a way that is beneficial to their emotional well being by making changes to sensations feelings thoughts and behaviours

 

A Hypnotherapists facilitates desired change therefore the relationship between Client and Therapist is paramount. Our Training using Counselling skills gives you the essential personal Skills to establish such rapport within the Client and therapeutic relationshipThe principles of selecting the correct technique, taking the correct approach and tailoring therapy to the individuals needs as well as recognising any possible barriers to success. Training involves learning the correct  use of language when directed towards the Clients Subconscious mind as they experience hypnosis. The importance of observation of Clients throughout. Maintaining adequate and correct records in accordance with regulations.

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A selection of common health issues hypnosis can help:

  • Stress

  • Emotional pressure

  • Relaxation

  • Trouble sleeping

  • Anxiety/ panic attacks

  • Phobias

  • IBS

  • Relief from  pain

  • Quitting smoking

  • Weight control

  • Interviews

  • Exams

  • Mild depression

Contrary to how hypnosis is sometimes portrayed in movies or TV , there is no loss or control over mind, body or behaviour when experiencing hypnosis NHS does not recommend hypnotherapy for anyone with a psychosis or certain types of personality disorder, as it could make the condition worse.

Role of a practising professional Hypnotherapist

A Hypnotherapists facilitates desired change therefore the relationship between Client and Therapist is paramount. Our Training using Counselling skills gives you the essential personal Skills to establish such rapport within the Client and therapeutic relationship. The principles of selecting the correct technique, taking the correct approach and tailoring therapy to the individuals needs as well as recognising any possible barriers to success. Training involves learning the correct  use of language when directed towards the Clients Subconscious mind as they experience hypnosis. The importance of observation of

Clients throughout. Maintaining adequate and correct records in accordance with regulations.

 

Regulation

Hypnotherapy is currently unregulated in the UK. There is Voluntary self regulation VSR. There are certain Regulatory standards laid down and the WFH abides by such standards  in the  Teachings and Training of  students and the support of  members and the welfare of Clients. Chairman of the WFH attended meetings pre 2010  and was instrumental when regulation was 1st overseen by The Princes Foundation Trust  in its  endeavours seeking some form of Regulation for Hypnotherapy. At this time it remains unregulated.