After many years of clinical work, thousands of clients, and hours of teaching in this field, we have developed this comprehensive and practical course in Hypnosis and Hypnotic techniques, and Client-Centred therapy. Originally authored and taught by David Kennedy, our course has been completely revised and enhanced with new material from David, along with Rachel Kennedy, Glenn Chandler, Katina Gleeson and Dianne Kennedy.
We teach an eclectic model of hypnosis which is not limited by focusing on a particular school of thought. While the standard (and universal) techniques and processes of hypnosis are taught, we are influenced by and teach in the spirit of Milton Erickson. Ericksonian psychotherapy is client-centred. What this means in practical terms is that we aim to teach therapists to meet each client as an individual, and to adapt their therapeutic technique as appropriate for that person. Ultimately, good hypnotherapy is about good communication.
The Clinical Practice of Hypnosis Course incorporates a theoretical and practical base for the practice of hypnosis as a modality on its own, or as an adjunct to other professions, and is supported by practical training workshops.