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Innovative strategies for common problems

The previous page shows you the abilities you will have acquired on graduation. This section shows the variety of disorders you will be able to treat with hypnotherapy. Your learning from the course will allow you to use a versatile approach to treating these and other disorders, including cognitive therapy, interpersonal therapy, behavioural therapy and hypnotherapy as required.

• Depression
• Panic attacks
• Generalised anxiety
• Phobias
• Post traumatic stress disorder
• Eating disorders
• Addictions : smoking, alcohol abuse, gambling…
• Chronic anger
• Pain: physically and psychologically based
• Relationship and sexual difficulties
• Sleep disorders
• Allergies
• Confidence issues - shyness, blushing etc.
• Weight and dieting
• Stress/tension
• High blood pressure
• Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
• Grief
• Performance anxiety - driving test, exam nerves, sexual anxiety etc

On completion of the course, your understanding of human psychology and behaviour will enable you to see these and other problems with clarity. In addition to standard approaches, you will have the experience, confidence and knowledge
to create your own interventions and solutions. As Milton Erickson, father of modern therapy, said when asked about his theory of psychotherapy, “I invent a new theory for each client who walks through the door!”

 


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