As we go through the hypnotherapy training course you can actually see the changes occurring in the students.
Wallington, Surrey (PRWEB UK) 30 March 2013
Taking up a career in hypnotherapy is normally done to engage in a more rewarding career but surprisingly most students say that it has a significant effect on their relationships.
By definition, when learning how to analyse and resolve issues in clients it is impossible for the student not to look at their home life and relationships. They naturally become acutely aware of how they interact with the people around them.
The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy (Training Division) sees many mature students; in fact 60% of their students are over 40. These mature students are often married with children, divorced or separated and these relationships and their interactions with their loved ones naturally come under scrutiny. Sometimes that scrutiny, although enlightening, can be a little uncomfortable.
Paul Howard, Marketing Director for The National Council for Hypnotherapy and Principal/Trainer at the Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy, said “As we go through the hypnotherapy training course you can actually see the changes occurring in the students. In the first module they worry about things like ‘does hypnotherapy work’, but as they progress in the course their thoughts turn to deeper psychological issues and they start to self analyse. Fortunately the course is actually a good environment for this as there is plenty of help on hand to help students through this transition.”
The hypnotherapy training at The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy meets the National Occupational Standards for hypnotherapy.
Their hypnotherapy diploma is very practical in nature; this can be very useful to deal with any issues the students might identify in themselves when the self analysis occurs. It is also very important for the ‘would be’ hypnotherapist to understand and experience what being a hypnotherapist entails and what better way than to start to make changes on themselves.
The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy is renowned for providing high quality hypnotherapy education which is practical, simple and very effective, enabling hundreds of our graduates to leave our Institute with an internationally recognised qualification and the skills to set up in practice immediately after the course and enjoy all the rewards of a new profession.
They run intensive and weekend diploma courses throughout the year. Their courses are always done in small groups and The National Council for Hypnotherapy, the premiere hypnotherapy governing body in the UK, externally accredits the diploma.