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Skills you will gain on the course

Whatever your reasons for attending the Diploma course, this section of the prospectus will show you what you will learn. Take a look and see how many of the skills relate to what you want to get from it.
 
• An understanding of the central role of hypnosis in all therapeutic interventions
• How to match, pace and lead on an unconscious level to establish and enhance rapport
• The relief of symptoms
• Creating expectancy
• Solution focused questioning
• Establishing well formed outcomes with clients
• How to check and use ‘basic needs’ in therapy
• How to structure an effective therapy session
• ‘Miracle’ questioning and other solution-focused approaches Cognitive therapy and its uses for anxiety and depression
• Age regression, accessing resources, revivification and rehearsal
• An understanding of false memory syndrome
• The use of ‘informal/conversational’ hypnosis in therapy
• Learning to ‘read’ unconscious communication and communicate below the level of consciousness
• How to create motivation for the client
• Paradoxical interventions
• The rules of social influence
• How to develop personal influence
• The role of ‘double binds’ in therapy
• The ‘utilisation method’ and ‘joining with the client’
• The importance of ‘direct perception’ when working with clients
• An understanding of ‘The Human Givens’ and how to use them in therapy
• Hypnotic suggestions and post hypnotic suggestions
• The uses for hypnotic amnesia
• Teaching social skills – interpersonal therapy
• The ‘Observing Self’ - how to develop and use it
• Accessing resources and creating new ones
• The role of the conscious mind in therapy
• Eliciting trance phenomena and working with the unconscious mind
• How to create a conscious/unconscious split
• Prescribing therapeutic tasks and ‘paradoxical interventions’ – behavioural therapy
• Using re-framing and humour in therapy
• A full understanding of all the main types of counselling and psychotherapy and their levels of scientific validation
• A basic understanding of all the major current drug treatments for psychiatric disorders
• How to ‘read’ client metaphors and use them to elicit change, how to construct and use metaphors and work
• How to understand dreams according to the very latest
• How to work with psychosomatic conditions, physical pain
• An understanding of ‘Systemic Therapy’ and the ‘Life with the ‘metaphorical mind’. Stories that heal, dream understanding and research and high blood pressure
• How to ‘wean’ clients when therapy has ended
• Launching a successful psychotherapy practice


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