Our next course. 2 day NLP Diploma. Sanur. July 17th
Our next course. 2-day NLP Diploma. Sanur. July 17th
Combined Hypnosis course / Hypnotherapy course
Courses in Bali, Jakarta and online.
Why learn about hypnosis?
- Learn how to affect positive and long-lasting changes in yourself and others.
- Learn how easy it is to really relax!
- Learn how to enhance mental and physical well being.
- Build rapport and set the frame for any change work you will do.
- Use hypnosis to reinforce any change work you may have done.
- Combine with other disciplines such as NLP to create positive change.
What is hypnosis?
Put simply hypnosis and its utilisation is a way of using our natural ability to shift into a slightly altered state of consciousness, relaxation and mental attention to then begin to make positive changes.
Utilising hypnosis opens the doors to the unconscious mind, allowing positive suggestions to be uncritically accepted and therefore making the process of change particularly effective and long-lasting.
What is it like to be in trance?
When hypnotized will I be in control?
A question I’m frequently asked is ‘will I be in control? to which the answer is absolutely YES!
What does being hypnotized feel like?
Amongst other things being in trance enables a state of profound relaxation, both physically and mentally, which feels wonderful!
All hypnosis is essentially self-hypnosis and the process of hypnotic intervention, or hypnotherapy, is one where the hypnotherapist acts purely as a facilitator. Using the tools of hypnosis is essentially acting as a guide, the experience of being hypnotised is entirely owned by the person in trance.
If at any stage for any reason someone in a trance state wishes the experience to end they can simply open their eyes, or deepen the experience if they wish, they are entirely in control.
Is hypnosis recognised and does it work?
Scientific studies conducted by the British Medical Association (BMA), American Psychological Association (APA), American Medical Association (AMA) and many others have concluded that hypnosis works.
- In 1955 the BMA approved hypnosis as a recognised form of medical practice.
- In 1958 the APA incorporated hypnosis as a speciality, forming a certifying board of examiners in both clinical and experimental hypnosis.
- In 1959 the AMA recognised the use of hypnosis as an effective approach to working with medical and psychological issues.
What can clinical hypnosis address?
Hypnosis used in a therapeutic context is a really effective tool for addressing the following issues, and many more…
- Curing a phobia
- Addressing anxiety
- Relieving stress
- Increasing motivation
- Controlling habits, weight loss, nail biting and more
- Creating confidence in many areas of life
- Public speaking
- Removing blocks
- Quitting smoking
- And many more…
How effective is hypnosis?
The tools of modern hypnosis offer remarkable success rates.
Psychotherapy magazine (Volume 7, Number 1) published a review by Alfred A Barrios, PhD which profiled various therapeutic approaches and listed them in order of efficacy quoted below.
- Hypnosis – 93% recovery rate after six sessions (approx 1 1/2 months @ 1 session / week)
- Behaviour therapy – 72% after 22 sessions (approx 6 months @ 1 session / week)
- Psychotherapy – 38% recovery after 600 sessions (approx 11 1/2 years at 1 session / week\
All of these tools, of course, have a place in the therapeutic toolkit, but as has been shown hypnosis offers a quick and effective method for dealing with a wide range of issues.
One extremely descriptive phrase for clinical hypnosis is ‘solution focussed brief therapy’.
What will I learn on the combined hypnosis course / hypnotherapy course?
- The history of hypnosis
- How to pre-frame
- The fundamentals of Ericksonian hypnosis
- Patterns of indirect suggestion
- The preparation for trance
- Stages of hypnosis
- Suggestibility test
- How to design Ericksonian inductions
- General Pendulum Paradigm
- Deepening techniques personalised to the client
- Contradictions for hypnosis
- Ethics in hypnosis
You do not need to have any prior knowledge or experience of hypnosis or hypnotherapy to attend this combined hypnosis course / hypnotherapy course.
Live training dates to be announced soon.
Our quality commitment
With our Hypnosis training, as with all our courses, our focus is on the practical hands-on aspects of the subject beginning right from the start and continuing throughout the training.
Your experienced trainer will explain each technique to you and give a live demonstration so you have a good understanding of the topic before practising yourself under the watchful eye of your trainer, building confidence as you work logically through each section of the course.
What others have said about hypnosis.
Regularly used hypnosis to help him develop his ideas. It has been claimed that the theory of relativity came to him during one of his sessions.
Had his own private hypnotist flown out to Hawaii during the filming of Waterworld to cure him of his sea-sickness whilst filming on set.
Used hypnosis when he first got into acting to help him to visualize his own success, essentially using it as a way of focussing on his goals to get what he wanted.
Has famously used hypnosis ever since he was a child. He used a mixture of hypnosis, NLP, and visualization to help him to focus and improve his concentration.
The famous war time prime minister would listen to hypnotic tapes during the day to help him to stay fresh after often working all night planning and strategizing.
Ellen underwent hypnosis live on her TV chat show, and used its power to successfully address her smoking habit and to stop smoking once and for all.
Will I be able to practice hypnotherapy?
Absolutely. Our courses will teach you all the skills needed to start working with clients and using the tools of hypnotherapy for long-lasting and beneficial change.
In most countries Hypnotherapists are self-regulated, optionally choosing to join regulatory bodies.
Clinical hypnosis is a self-regulated industry in Australia.
If you would like to join an association and receive the benefits that membership has to offer then you can apply for membership of the Australian Society Of Clinical Hypnotherapists.
Hypnotherapy in Indonesia is a relatively new field and as such there are no long term established associations.
We suggest that If you would like to join an association and receive the benefits that membership has to offer then you can apply for membership of the General Hypnotherapy Register, which is a UK body with international representation.
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