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Accredited Clinical Hypnotherapy Training

Date: 21st - 26th May 2019
Location: Crowborough, East Sussex

Contact:

If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Melody Cheal
Email: melody@gwiznlp.com
Phone: 01892 309205

Details:

Hypnotherapy is an amazingly powerful tool that can help you personally and also in your practice.

This intensive module is the final part of our GHSC Accredited Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner. Contact us for full details of the accreditation pathway for GHSC and ABH.

Included within the basic fee, 6 day intensive training module, pre-course preparation paper plus ABH certification.

As a qualified NLP Practitioner you will already know the power of Milton language, this workshop provides you with many additional processes and approaches that can be applied in numerous ways. For example, to name just a few:

  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight loss
  • Self-esteem
  • Confidence building
  • Transformational work
  • And in conjunction with medical professionals to aid healing and to control pain.

Melody trained in hypnosis over twenty years ago and has since that time trained and worked alongside international Master Hypnosis Trainer, Julie Silverthorn. Training Trances, the book she co-wrote with John Overdurf is considered by many as the leading text for all hypnotherapists.



To be eligible you will need to already hold a valid NLP Practitioner certificate or similar qualification.

Students attending this programme will on successful completion of the assessment elements be eligible to apply for our Hypnosis Trainers programme. This is run in conjunction with our NLP Trainer’s Trainingand is co-trained with Julie Silverthorn

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