CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY ‘DIPLOMA’ COURSE

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Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy

 

Contact Classes: 2 weeks

 

The Diploma course has been accredited by the reputed international bodies like;

 

  • General Hypnotherapy Standards Council
  • International Hypnosis Federation
  • Faculty of Managements Sciences London, Institute of Therapies Management

 

The course has two major sections

 

1.1 Clinical Hypnotherapy course

1.2 Hypno-Counselling

 

 

 

 

1.1 Clinical Hypnotherapy

 

Contact Classes: One week

Fees: INR 32,000 (80,000) (Thirty Two Thousands only) after discount

 

The course has two sections:

 

1.1.1 Foundation Course

1.1.2 Professional Course

 

  1. Subject-matter of Foundation Course

 

  1. Understanding Hypnosis

1.1 Development Across Time

1.2 Myths and Misconceptions

1.3 Scope and Applications of Hypnosis

  1. Human Mind

2.1 Mind Development

2.2 Conscious and Subconscious Mind

2.3 Rules of Mind

  1. Hypnosis- Concept and Process

3.1 Concept of Hypnosis

3.2 Indicators of Hypnosis

3.3 Depth of Hypnotic Trance

3.4 Pre-requisites of Hypnosis Session

  1. Pre-Session Activities

4.1 Information about the client

4.2 Pre-Induction Communication

4.3 How to Prepare Healing Suggestions

  1. Inducing Hypnosis

5.1 How to Induce Hypnosis

5.2 Considerations while Inducing Hypnosis

5.3 Rules of Induction

  1. Deepening of Trance

6.1Activities done for deepening before inducing Trance

6.2 Activities done after Inducing Hypnosis

  1. Hypnotic Healing

7.1 Give Suggestions

7.2 Laws of Suggestibility

7.3 Mental Rehearsal

7.4 Create Triggers

  1. Waking up and Post Session Activities

8.1 Waking up the Client

8.2 Post Session Activities

8.3 Outline of Hypnotic Session

  1. Self-Hypnosis

9.1 Every Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis

9.2 Levels of Consciousness

9.3 How to give Suggestions

9.4 How to come out of Self Hypnosis

9.5 Techniques of Self Hypnosis

  1. Scripts

Induction Techniques

For 1st time Induction

10.1 Finger Spreading Test

For Subsequent Sessions

10.2 Progressive Relaxation

10.3 Fixed Gaze Induction

Induction Technique for Analytical People

10.4 Auto Dual Induction

Fast Induction Techniques

10.5 Backward Counting Technique

10.6 Reactional Method

10.7 Hand Magnetism Induction

Instant Induction Techniques

10.8 Hypnotize with Eyes

10.9 Hypnotize with Pendulum

10.10 Hand Press Technique

10.11 Confusion Method

Other Material

10.12 How to Build Protection Shield

10.13 Ethical Issues

 

1.1.2 Professional Course

 

  1. Medical/Therapeutic Model of Hypnosis

1.1 Over View

1.2 History of Medical Hypnosis

1.3 Reasons of Medical Hypnosis

  1. Healing Design

2.1 Considerations while planning a Healing Design

2.2 Steps of a Healing Design

  1. Hypnoanalysis

3.1 Cause and Effect Relationship

3.2 Method of Hypnoanalysis

  1. Age Regression Therapy

4.1 Introduction of Age Regression

4.2 Concerns Relating Age Regression

4.3 When to do Age Regression

  1. Life Therapy

5.1 What is Life Therapy

5.2 What is life Script

5.3 Types of Life Scripts

5.4 Life Script Defines our Roles

5.5 Risks with Life Script

5.6 Life Script Limits Options

5.7 Improve upon Life Scripts

  1. Dealing with Fears, Phobias and Traumas

6.1 Fear

6.2 Phobia

6.3 Main Tools of Treatment

– Symptomatic Approach

– Desensitization

– Circle Therapy

6.4 Ideomotor Response

  1. Low Blood Sugar

7.1 Definitions

7.2 General Physiology and Psychology Low Blood Sugar

7.3 Nutritional Approach

7.4 Stages of Recovery

7.5 Hypnotic Approach

  1. Eating Disorder

8.1 Normal eating

8.2 Eating Disorders

  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  1. Alcohol and Drug Addiction

9.1 Why People use Drug and Alcohol

9.2 Treatment

9.3 Treatment of Drugs

9.4 Parental Strategy to Prevent Drug Abuse

  1. Explosive Personality Disorder

10.1 What is Explosive Personality Disorder

10.2 Treatment

  1. Private Violence

11.1 Wife Beating

11.2 Child Abuse

11.3 Incest

11.4 Rape

  1. Communication

12.1 Healthy Communication

12.2 Anti-communicators

  1. Relationship Counselling

13.1 Relationship Discomfort

13.2 Process of Relationship Counselling

  1. Sexual Dysfunction

14.1 What is Sexual Dysfunction

14.2 Psychological Reasons of Sexual Dysfunction

14.3 Healing ED and Frigidity

14,4 Enjoy Married/sexual Life

14.5 Myths and Facts

  1. General Self Improvement

15.1 Memory Improvement

15.2 Athletics

15.3 Motivation

15.4 How to Control Stress

15.5 Mental Hygiene

  1. 16. Smoking

16.1 Type of Smokers

16.2 Treatment

  • Short Method
  • Long Method
  • Awareness method
  1. Weight Management

17.1 What is Ideal Weight

17.2 Considerations for Weight Management

17.3 Suggestions for Weight management

  1. Children’s problems

18.1 Hyperactive Children

18.2 Children who lie and steal

18.3 Bed Wetting

18.4 Anti-social Behaviour

18.5 Nail Biting/ Thumb Sucking

18.6 Study Habits

18.7 Stammering and stuttering

  1. Additional Scripts

19.1 Hand Levitation

19.2 Desensitization

19.3 Cord cutting

19.4 Anger

19.5 Milton Erickson Hand Levitation Technique (Indirect Hypnosis)

19.6 Dave Elman Induction

19.7 Self Hypnosis 3.2.1 Technique

19.8 Fingers Drawing near (Induction for children)

19.9 Hands Magnetism (induction for children)

19.10 Hands going up and Down (Induction for children)

19.11 Finger Rotation Technique of Induction

 

 

1.2 Hypno-Counselling

 

Contact Classes: One week

Fee: INR 32,000/- (80,000) (Thirty Two Thousand only) after discount

 

Subject-matter of Counselling Course

 

  1. Counseling

1.1 Counselling-Concept

1.2 Components of Counselling Process

1.3 Steps of Counselling Process

1.4 Types of Counselling

1.5 Characteristics of a Counsellor

  1. Know Your Client

2.1 Develop Rapport

2.2 Collect Information

2.3 Suggestibility

2.4 Sexuality

  1. Understanding Human Psyche

3.1 Theories of Mind

  • Autonomic Nervous System Theory
  • Inhibition Theory
  • Split Brain Theory)

3.2 Functioning of Mind

  • Fight Flight Reactions
  • Pain -Pleasure Principle

3.3 Theories of Personality

  • Freud’s Psychoanalytical Theory
  • Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory of Personality
  • Carl Jung’s theory of Psychodynamics
  • Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory

3.4 Hierarchy of Needs (by Maslow)

3.5 Theory of Multiple Intelligence (by Gardener)

  1. Counselling Interview

4.1 Interview Strategies

4.2 How to Close Sale

4.3 Getting People in the Mood for Change

  1. Understanding Problem

5.1 Dream Therapy

5.2 Paris Window

5.3 Corrective Therapy

5.4 Body Syndrome

  1. Theories of learning

6.1 Trial and Error Learning Theory (by Thorndile)

6.2 Classical Conditioning (by Pavlov)

6.3 Operant Conditioning (by Skinner)

  1. Healing Techniques

7.1 Family System Approach

7.2 Psychodrama

7.3 Sociodrama

7.4 Role Play

7.5 Systematic Desensitization

7.6 Circle Therapy

7.7 Symptomatic Approach

  1. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

8.1 CBT Concept and Process

8.2 CBT steps

8.3 Treatment Plan

  1. Handling Issues

9.1 Relationship Issues

9.2 Smoking

9.3 Bed wetting

9.4 Fear/Phobia

9.5 Procrastination

9.6 Depression

  1. Annexure

10.1 Suggestibility test by John Kappas

10.2 Sexuality Test by John Kappas

10.3 CBT Model

10.4 Thoughts Record

10.5 Mood Monitoring and Activity Chart

10.6 Bridging Session

10.7 ABC Model-Functional Assessment

10.8 Problem Solving Exercise

10.9 Self Management- Time Guide

 

Approach to Teaching:

 

  • Structure of Teaching
    • Theoretical Explanation
    • Practical Demonstration
    • Practice by Students
    • Debriefing is done for further correction and improvements

 

  • Course manuals are provided for reference and further studies.
  • Scripts are also included for several hypnotic inductions and healing.
  • Examination is conducted for certification of Hypnosis and Counselling courses
  • Detailed case studies for 10 clients are essential for the Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Evaluation of case studies for Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy, involves additional fee of Rs. 5000/- (Five Thousands only). P&H charges are applicable for international students.
  • The students are expected to complete theoretical classes and case studies in about six months for completion of the Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma Course. However additional time can be made available on request.
  • Online support is made available for students after completion of the course.
  • Duration and fees are mentioned against each course.
  • One week means 5 working days in the time frame of the courses.
  • GST is applicable on the fees as per government provision
  • Medium of instruction is in Hindi and English only

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