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We need well-trained Clinical Hypnotherapists in virtually all sectors of health and wellbeing across the nation.
Harry Clayton, chief executive of the professional standards authority, in his address to government ministers called for more healthcare services to use a wider range of occupational groups, including complementary therapies.
That means looking beyond the confines of the traditional health professions. The Accredited Registers covering 25 occupations must be part of that, offering different approaches to care which commissioners can choose with the confidence they are competent and safe. The CNHC is one of these Accredited Registers. He went on to say: ‘…we no longer have to depend on doctors and nurses but can create broader multidisciplinary teams. We must invest in prevention and wellbeing to deliver healthcare for the 21st Century. The complementary therapists registered with the CNHC are among the health practitioners who have a key role to play in this new model.”
Hypnotherapy is recognised and approved by the BMA (British Medical Association) since 1843 and then again after another review in 1955.
Graduates from our Clinical Hypnotherapy training course are eligible to register with the CNHC – the Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council.
The list of issues and conditions that can be successfully treated with Hypnotherapy is too long to catalogue here, but it includes:
- Mental health
- Stress and Anxiety
- Exam stress and anxiety
- Bereavement and break ups
- Pain management
- Behavioural issue
- Habits & Addictions
- Surgical procedures
- Anger management
How effective is Clinical Hypnotherapy – and how does it compare with other psychotherapeutic methods?
- Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
- Behaviour Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
- Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after 6 sessions