Professional Hypnology Course

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Hypnotherapy (Professional)

Practitioner level 4

By successfully completing this course, you will:

  • Gain skills and knowledge to practice Professional Hypnotherapy
  • Be awarded the professional BSY Diploma
  • Become a Registered BSY Professional Hypnotherapist
  • Be awarded the Level 4 ABC externally validated Certificate*

(OCN Level 4 award also available with 24 national educational credits**)

You can study this course from the comfort of your own home; in your own time and at your own pace; with helpful support and encouragement from our friendly tutors. There are also an essential 2 days of practical training for this course.

This course is designed for students who wish to make a career of hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy seeks to cure at a deeper level of consciousness, bringing about physical or mental changes.  Such changes include healing physical and emotional illnesses, reducing pain, inducing relaxation and gaining insight into present difficulties and past events that may have a bearing on them. Hypnosis is also used as an extremely effective method of stopping smoking, losing weight and dealing with drug and alcohol addictions. This course is a comprehensive training for a uniquely satisfying career.

Syllabus

  • Lesson One
    • An Eastern History of Hypnosis
    • A Western History of Hypnosis
      • Mesmer’s Propositions
  • Lesson Two
    • Chronological Table: From Magnetism to Hypnosis
    • The Definition of Hypnosis
    • Suggestibility Testing
      • The step before formal hypnotic induction
    • The Pendulum Test
    • Falling Backwards Test
    • The Falling/Rising Arms Test
    • The Clasped Hands Test
      • A Note on Permissiveness
  • Lesson Three
    • The Progressive Relaxation Test
    • Lead Your Client into Hypnosis
    • Leaving the Trance State
    • Techniquesfor Inducing Hypnosis
    • Induction (1) the Egg Timer
    • Induction (2) Falling Hands
    • Induction (3) Higher Consciousness
    • Induction (4) Numbers on the Screen
    • Induction (5) Hand Levitation
  • Lesson Four
    • Progressive Relaxation Technique (1)
    • Progressive Relaxation Technique (2)
    • Flashlight Induction
    • Metronome Induction
    • Sound of the Ocean Induction
  • Lesson Five
    • Further Techniques for Inducing Hypnosis
    • Counting Backwards Induction
    • Induction
  • Lesson Six
    • Levels of Hypnosis
    • Aaron’s Master Depth Rule Symptoms and Phenomena Exhibited
    • Hypnotic Susceptibility Test Scoring System
      • Fourth Stage Hypnosis
  • Lesson Seven
    • The Catatonic State
    • The Hypnotic Coma
    • Procedure for Obtaining the Coma (4th Stage)
    • Procedure for Awakening Coma Subjects
    • Deep Trance
  • Lesson Eight
    • Psychology/Study of the Mind
      • Body, Motor Mind, Rational Mind, Rational Memory and Subconscious Mind
    • Illness and Trauma
    • Mood Table
    • The Eight Horizons
    • Objectives
      • Stage Hypnosis
      • Text of the British Hypnotism Act
      • Medical Hypnosis
      • Psychosomatic Illness
      • Symptom Removal
      • Running Out the Cause
      • Post Hypnotics
      • The Hypnotic Session
    • Areas Covered by Hypnosis
    • Processes
  • Lesson Nine
    • Smoking
    • Smoking Process – Stage I
    • Smoking Process – Stage II
    • Smoking Process – Stage III
    • Nicotine
    • Remedies
    • Helpful Vitamins
    • The Last Resort
    • Chronic Bronchitis
    • Questions To Discuss With the Client
  • Lesson Ten
    • Weight Course
    • Ways of Obtaining Weight Loss
    • The Hypnotic Method
      • Times of Visits
      • Diet Sheet
      • Calorific Ranges
      • 750 Calories per Day
      • Breakfast
      • Goal Weight
    • Confidence
    • Weight Process
    • Maintenance Programme
      • Methyl Cellulose
      • Kelp Tablets
  • Lesson Eleven
    • Weight Course Continued
      • Difficult Weight Cases
      • Remedies
      • Anorexia Nervosa
      • Fluid Retention
      • Emotional Problems
      • Personality Changes
      • Chocolate Love Cure
    • Slim without Dieting?
      • Case Study
    • Brown Fat
  • Lesson Twelve
    • The Anxious Client
      • The Client who will not Relax
      • The Anxiety Need
      • List of Needs
    • Anxiety Process
      • Relaxation Exercises
      • Anxiety Block
      • Sandwich
  • Lesson Thirteen
    • Specific Problems
    • Phobias
      • First Process
      • Is it a Phobia?
      • The Habit Pattern
      • Second Process
      • Third Process (Past Life)
      • Fourth Process (Phobia Challenging)
    • Stammerers
    • Painful Periods
    • Premenstrual Tension and Headaches
    • Hysterectomy and Depression
  • Lesson Fourteen
    • Specific Problems (Continued)
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Nail Biting
    • Migraine
    • Spasmodic Torticollis
      • Treatment
    • Past Life Recall
      • Cryptoamnesia
      • Client Wanting to Please Hypnotist
      • Genuine Recall
      • Process
  • Lesson Fifteen
    • Specific Problems (Continued)
    • Bed-wetting (Enuresis)
      • General Course
      • Sessions
    • Driving Tests
    • Asthma
      • Course
    • Sex Therapy
      • Male problems
      • Female problems
      • Course
    • Warts
      • Technique
      • Process
  • Lesson Sixteen
    • Trauma Process
      • Technique
      • Random Process
      • Specific Process
      • Bereavement Trauma
      • Process
    • Self-Hypnosis
    • Dominant Personalities
      • Technique
      • Process
      • Remedy
      • Success Rate
  • Lesson Seventeen
    • Information for Clients
      • Instructions for the Use of Recordings for Smoking, Drinking, Weight etc.
    • Diagnosis
      • Sleep, Food, Medical Illness and Underweight
      • Pregnant Women
      • Healing and Personality Rehabilitation
      • The Medical Diagnosis
    • The Good Hypnotist
    • Analysis v Hypnosis
    • Analysis Processes
      • Examples of Justification
  • Lesson Eighteen
    • Suicide
      • ParaSuicide
      • Suicide to Avoid Physical and/or Mental Pain
      • Procedure
    • Communication Skills
      • Active Listening
    • Initial Consultation Form
    • Psychology
      • Psychologists
  • Lesson Nineteen
    • Psychiatry
    • Mental Disorder
    • Functional Psychosis and Neurosis
      • Psychosis
      • Neurosis
      • Lesser Psychiatric Disorders
    • Stigma
  • Lesson Twenty
    • Hypnotherapy
    • Psychological Problems
      • 1st Session – Initial Consultation
      • 2nd Session – Relaxation/ First Hypnosis
      • 3rd and 4th Sessions – Psychotherapy/ Trauma or Dominant Personality
      • 5th Session – Second Hypnosis
      • 6th Session – Psychotherapy
      • 7th /8th Sessions – Self-esteem and goal setting
      • Post-hypnotics
    • Self-Esteem
      • The Power of Suggestion
      • Acceptance
      • Affirmations
      • Learning to Think Positively
      • Visualisation
    • In Conclusion

2 days of Practical Training are essential for this course. Practical workshops can be held in various locations around the UK and are available for an additional fee of £75 per day. Your practical training is a valuable opportunity to learn directly from an experienced practical training tutor with specialist skills.

Enrol on this course from £70 £50

There are two ways you can enrol on this course. You can:

  • Pay with a deposit of £70 £50, followed by 14 monthly instalments of £40
  • OR
  • Pay the total course fee in one sum of £630 £610 and also receive a special Gift from our selection – free. Please click here to view the gifts

To enrol by phone, please call our friendly course advisors on Freephone 0800 731 9271.

*ABC registration is essential with this course at any time during the studies. Registration fee of £20 applies. Full details on request.

**OCN registration at enrolment is optional for an additional fee. Full details on request.

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