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Combining Classical Methods with Modern Approaches

We believe thorough, effective therapy examines the power of the mind and looks at the person as a creation of the past.
Knowledge and empowerment are the cornerstone to the experiential based training that we provide.

Our intensive courses provide already qualified hypnotherapists/hypnotists with valuable techniques and methods that will make working with clients more streamlined and take their therapeutic skills to the next level!

We don’t fill our courses with theory and powerpoints – we’re about the content content content! You will learn theory from comprehensive manuals so on the courses we can concentrate on skills development.

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Being the Detective

Understanding your client is the key to successful analysis, we teach you to join the dots.

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Content Free

Client doesn’t want to talk about it? No problem, work content free! Multiple methods for success!

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Specialist Workshops

Workshops to teach effective and practical techniques in specialist areas.

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So what is Hypnosis Deconstructed?

A good question.

It’s a modern trend to sell systems of working that takes away the art of dynamic thinking. Many therapists now are becoming robotic and deskilled in the art of therapeutic diagnostics and analytical thinking. Hypnosis Deconstructed trains you to look for the cause of the malbehaviour and put the pieces of the puzzle together to help the client understand their problem. Once the problem is understood the chances are the behaviour won’t be repeated.

Our classes are practical based with a comprehensive manual with highly experienced supervision to ensure you meet your professional needs and goals.

Our courses will teach you a wide range of clinical techniques from eye movement therapies, NLP, hypnosis, parts therapy, submodalities and many more. Using the diagnostic techniques and listening skills we teach you will be able to put together your own protocol of working for each client, for each session. Specialist courses for working in specialist areas such as weight loss, addictions and anxiety will also teach tried and tested methods of working with presentations of the mindset of the client in the relevant issue.

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Want to know more about therapeutic detective work?

In this video Paul talks about how we will teach you the skills needed to help your clients understand themselves​ in relation to their issue.

Want to hear Bev talk about working content free? Here you go.

Bev talks about working directly with the subconscious in order to release the problem. We don’t need to know what the problem is, we just need to direct the subconscious to that fact that it is now a problem and it’s time for a change! It’s a bit like content free analysis!

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Training and Workshops

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This one day workshop will teach you specific techniques to conquer the addictive urge and also...
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One of the most common problems presented to us by our clients is anxiety. We will teach what...
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This workshop will give you the skills and techniques to effectively work with those...
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Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is perhaps best described as a naturally occurring state of mind – with the emphasis on the word ‘naturally’. People go willingly into hypnosis and as such become more suggestible to the prospect of change. As a hypnotherapist you will guide your patient into this state as part of the process of empowering them to work with their problems. Hypnotherapy is what it says on the box: therapy carried out when a person is in a state of hypnosis.

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Question: How do you fit it all in??

One of the popular questions we get asked is how do we fit all the content in 3 days on our flagship course The Dynamic Therapist? Well, here’s your answer!

Content Free or Analytical?

I see so much debate that all you need is the content free technique vs you need to understand the problem. I think the two are both fantastic and one shouldn’t exist…

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Had a client today who’s anxiety had come back, or had it? The importance of knowing about anti-depressant withdrawals if not tapered off correctly. Do you think this, as therapists, is something we should know? ...

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To regress or not regress, that is the question!

I've seen a number of posts recently saying that regression will retraumatise the client unnecessarily and it's better to focus on the present and future. This pops up every now and again, usually by people inadequately trained, and thinking the latest wow technique is all you need.

When this debate of retraumatising is muted the next go to debate is the science of memory reconstruction. What is said is that memories are not real, they are constructs of the past based on the perception of the moment. So regressing to a time of an event which isn't real goes against morals/ethics or similar as you're regressing them to something which may be different from the reality of the time.

My thoughts?

Completely agree. Memories or constructs of the past are based on our perceptions of the time, I know that, but using that as an excuse not to regress is a mute point and let me explain why.

You see, we don't regress to the reality, we regress to the clients PERCEPTION of reality. It's doesn't matter if it really happened or not, it's how the client remembers it happening and THAT's where the unwanted beliefs/behaviours/emotions are coming from.

As for the retraumatising possibility, well assume as they're sitting in front of you they have a problem linked to that event which means the trauma is still active.

I don't always regress but if the modern techniques, parts, Gestalt, inner child are not quite getting there then regression to cause is indicated.

Never be afraid to go to the place your client needs to resolve their problem, wherever that is.

Thank you

Paul
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