Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy

The Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy covers the National Occupation Standards for Clinical Hypnotherapy requirements and adheres to the CNHC Core Curriculum.

Psychology, theories, and clinical practice:

Abreaction

Analysis

Behavioural psychotherapy

Clinical supervision

Confidentiality

Countertransference

Dissociation and neurosis

Ethics

Hemispheric lateralisation

Locus of control

Pain theories

Pluralism

Positive psychology

Practice management

Psychodrama

Psychoeducation

Secondary gains

Teletherapy

Transference

Symptoms including:

Asthma

Binge eating

Bruxism

Childhood anxiety disorders

Depression

Dental anxiety

Dental procedures

Dermatology

Dystonia

Erythrophobia

Headaches

Insomnia

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Nail biting

Night terrors

Nocturnal enuresis

Pain management

Panic attacks/panic disorder

Paranoia

Performance anxiety

Performance enhancement

Phobic disorders

Psychogenic infertility

Sleep disorders

Smoking

Snoring

Sporting hypnosis

Stammering

Stress management

Tinnitus

Weight control

Techniques including:

All possibilities of response

Anchoring

Assertiveness training

Automatic writing

Aversion therapy

Braiding Process

Bridging techniques

Compound suggestions

Confusion techniques

Control room of the mind

Creating suggestions

Deepening trance

Direct and indirect techniques

Dissociation and deepening

Dissociation / hand levitation

Ericksonian hypnosis

Garden technique

Generalisation, deletion, distortion

Glove analgesia

Goal setting

Healing coloured light

Hypnodesensitisation

Hypnodrama

Hypnosis with children

IMR dissociation therapy

IMR therapy

Inducing trance

Inner child

Library of life technique

Mask Technique

Memory substitution

Meta Model

Metaphor

Modifying thought patterns

“Not knowing” and “not doing”

Observation skills: calibration

Open-ended suggestions

Part dissociations

Past life regression

Positive phobia replacement

Problem identification

Pseudo orientation in time

Regression techniques

Reverse suggestion

Rewind technique

Self-hypnosis

Self-integration dissociation

Suggested amnesia

Taking a case history

Therapeutic use of dreams

Time distortion

Truisms

Two stage dissociation

Use of the negative

Using questions in trance

Wise old person technique

‘Yes’ set

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