09. March 2019 - 9:00
INTEGRATIVE HYPNOTHERAPY DIPLOMA (2019) | Rehabilitation Unit (Dept3) | Saturday, 09. March 2019
Principal Lecturer: Lynne Tomlinson, Senior Clinical Hypnotherapist; D. Hyp BSCH (Assoc) 8424, Bsc (Hons), MBACP Dip Counselling, PG Dip in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy.
Dates 2019: 9th/10th Mar, 13th/14th Apr, 11th /12th May, 8th /9th Jun, 13th /14th Jul, 10th /11th Aug, 7th /8th Sept, 12th /13th Oct, 9th 10th Nov 7th /8th Dec
The Integrative Hypnotherapy Diploma was developed for complementary therapists, counsellors, psychotherapists and medical personnel who wish to integrate hypnotherapy into their therapeutic skill set. The course acknowledges the wide overlap that exists between therapies and their capacity to induce what appears to be ‘altered states’.
The course focuses on the equal development of your philosophy of practice combined with core practical skills. This requires a high degree of commitment and openness to practising and sharing your learning experiences. You will be taught approaches that are respectful, effective and suitable for a wide range of issues both for individuals and groups. Panic, anxiety, performance issues, phobias, smoking cessation, and pain control are specifically addressed on key weekends but they are used to illustrate appropriate therapeutic interventions rather than to encourage a rigid, scripted protocol to ‘symptoms’.
The training will provide you with an excellent practical and academic foundation to begin your clinical/private practice. Your tutors have selected hypnotherapy applications with a strong evidence base and will offer their own vivid real-life examples and case study vignettes from experience ‘on the frontline’ dealing with a wide range of conditions. On successful completion of the course, observation of highly experienced practitioners in their clinical work may be negotiable and supervision will always be available to provide on-going support.
The course is delivered one weekend per month for ten months. Attendance is mandatory at the first three modules. Subsequent modules if missed must be caught up in a private tutorial which will be additional to your course fees. Classroom/personal tuition exceeds 140 hours but this does not include the time needed for your written assignments, reading and research, practice and supervision, which we estimate to total 550 hrs.
Without statutory registration or regulation for hypnotherapy as a profession we make it our explicit policy to have meaningful and verifiable external assessment. This is provided by Tim Duerden, a registered Hypnotherapist, Counsellor, Lecturer at Salford University and trainer in Mindfulness. Tim Duerden oversees the course content, marking of assignments and meets with each diploma cohort to ensure that we deliver a high standard of teaching. The course exceeds the current National Occupational Standards (NOS) for the provision of hypnotherapy training (https://tools.skillsforhealth.org.uk/).
Application: We ask for a brief 1 page CV style application giving us an indication of your background, current professional position and your interest in/intended outcomes from the course. We ask for this more as a way of getting to know you than to assess your suitability for the course.
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What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is often on-road parking on streets around the hospital at weekends but please take care to read the parking restriction signs carefully. Most of them are ‘Monday – Friday’ restrictions but there are some that are ‘Residents Only’ parking bays. Car Park C on Palatine Road and Car Park D on Wilmslow Road both have a £1.50 flat charge.
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What do I need to bring to the event?
Manuals or other training materials will be provided.
We advise you do not bring any valuables with you, we can not be responsible for loss or theft of any personal items whilst on hospital property
Lunch is not included but refreshments will be provided in the Rehab Unit throughout the day. There are also a cafeteria, coffee shops and vending machines onsite where you can buy a variety of hot and cold foods, drinks and snacks.
What should I wear to the event?
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What's the refund policy?
• Over 4 weeks’ cancellation notice: 90% refund, fees may be transferred to another course • 2-4 weeks’ cancellation notice: 50% refund, fees may be transferred to another course • Less than 14 days cancellation notice: No refunds, fees may be transferred for some courses.
What happens if The Christie cancels the course? If we have to cancel or reschedule a course we will to so with a minimum of 14 days notice, and will either give you a full refund or transfer your fees to a different course. In the event of cancellation pre-booked travel and personal expenses can not be re-imbursed.
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Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
Within the terms of our Cancellation & Refunds Policy we will be happy to transfer your booking to a different course. Should that course be of a higher price we will ask you to pay the difference.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
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