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Hypnotherapy Training in London

Hypnotherapy training is big business in London. There are so many, but how do I know which one to choose? If I live in London and I want to start a hypnotherapy course, how do I choose the right training programme for me?

Whether you want to learn about the potential of hypnotherapy or you are considering a change of career, there are a number of courses that you can do in London. But where do you go and what course should you do? What are the best hypnotherapy courses in London?

If you are a nurse, a doctor, a dentist, a clinical psychologist with BPS status, a consultant psychiatrist or psychotherapist/counsellor with the appropriate accreditation, I would recommend that you might like to consider the courses run by the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis. These hypnotherapy courses are centred around London, but there are also courses at the Midlands branch, the North Counties branch and at the Scottish branch. These hypnotherapy training courses are designed for health professionals; the seminars are run by highly renowned clinicians or scholars with a national reputation. BSCAH is a national organization for health professionals who use hypnosis as a therapeutic tool in their work. The aim of the society-and this can be seen in the slogan on their main website-is to bridge the gap between the clinical use of hypnosis and academic research. Many therapists who embark on this thorough training in hypnotherapy also go to the Royal Society of Medicine for continued professional development. For more information, go to the BSCAH website at www.bscah.com .

Another Hypnotherapy training available in London is the course run by Gavin Emerson and Robert Dupe the BST Foundation. The entrance course, which comprises five full days and an examination is an excellent introductory course: it introduces students to the practical skills needed to be a hypnotherapist-inductions, deepeners, ego strengthening, systematic desensitization and treatment protocols-and provides essential information about the parasympathetic nervous system and the effect of hypnosis on the brain. The practitioner's course is a further twelve days' study, and also includes a final examination and three individual tutorials. The practitioners' course leads to a diploma in clinical hypnosis, and individuals may use the designating letters DCHyp. This training is thorough and includes the most up-to-date theories and therapeutic strategies. The training is carefully designed. All of the lecturers on the course stress the importance of content free therapy and how valuable and powerful this is for the clients during the hypnotherapy. They also offer an advanced course in clinical hypnotherapy and specialist workshops. For more information please go to the website at www.bstfoundation.co.uk .

There are other hypnotherapy training courses in London, and these include:

The LCCH Certificate Course at the London College of Clinical Hypnosis
The courses at The Institute of Clinical Hypnosis
The training at the Psychotherapy and Hypnosis Training Academy