The ICCHP places students’ needs and requirements at the heart of its teaching approach. It offers full support, delivered by highly skilled, qualified and experienced clinical hypnotherapy teachers, with both academic and practical expertise.
As a student hypnotherapist, you will learn a comprehensive range of hypnotherapy skills and techniques, underpinned by an understanding of psychology, psychotherapy and therapeutic hypnosis. You will build and develop your knowledge and skills throughout your learning. You will start by mastering the hypnotic process and then be introduced to a variety of therapeutic processes and their application, leading to understanding and applying the most advanced hypnotherapy techniques. Once you have completed the course, you will be able to effectively and efficiently treat clients with hypnotherapy.
The ICCHP base all of its therapeutic and hypnotic approaches on well researched and evidence based practice, underpinned by established theories which explain how and why therapeutic hypnosis is effective. The basis of our therapeutic model is taught exclusively by the ICCHP and helps students to quickly understand the processes involved in hypnotherapy.
Whether in the classroom or through our online student learning portal, we endeavour to make learning therapeutic hypnosis fun and simple.
You will be able to:
Tutor support is always available and our online forums offer access to other students and graduates. Students share their learning on the forums, where posting is a mandatory part of the learning experience. The forums enhance the learning experience, whilst offering support from tutors and other students.
You can also complete required assessments and forum posts at your own pace, there is no time limit. This means that learning can fit in with your home and work demands.
Tutors also supervise clinical practice. And when you are in practice as a student practitioner you have access to clinical supervisors to help you plan your treatment approach with clients.
The ICCHP also has an appointed placement officer who can help find students voluntary placements in UK hospitals and clinics, so that they can gain experience or learn specific clinical knowledge.