Topics include and may vary: hypnotic theory, susceptibility, induction, deepening suggestion, awakening, practical work, self hypnosis, Gestalt, Transactional Analysis, ethics and safeguards, clinical approaches.

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Aim:  To develop an understanding of the underlying professional ethical issues and legal issues arising during the practice of clinical hypnotherapy and to establish a basic framework upon which to build and develop a fuller practical appreciation of the ethical issues.  You will be expected to develop the knowledge and skills to enable you to establish a clinical practice which reflects the professional, business and ethical standards required of health professionals.

Topics include and may vary: Starting and maintaining a practice, general office procedures, maintenance and equipment, Professional Networking, Advertising, Conducting Consultations, History Taking, establishing a marketing strategy in practical terms and Ethics.

The purpose of this module is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to demonstrate competent usage of Hypnoanalytical Techniques in a therapeutic environment.

Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate a basic theoretical understanding of the role of Hypnoanalytical Techniques
Describe the range of Hypnoanalytical Techniques
Explain and demonstrate the preparatory procedures for each hypnoanalytical technique
Demonstrate a hypnoanalytical technique in a role play situation.

Aim:  To provide selected concepts and techniques from Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).  You will be expected to apply certain specific NLP techniques in the hypnotherapeutic situation as well as show your understanding of principles universal to all psychological therapies.

 NLP in Hypnotherapy NLP502Topics:  Include and may vary - Meta Model, Reframing, Anchoring and Collapsing Anchors, Ericksonian Concepts and Techniques, Pure Process and Selection/Avoidance Criteria.

The purpose of this unit is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to demonstrate competent usage of Transactional Analysis and Gestalt Techniques.
Learning Outcomes.

By the conclusion of this unit the student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate and explain the principles universal to all psychological therapies.
2. Describe the range of therapeutic techniques can be used in association with clinical hypnotherapy, including specific techniques from Transactional Analysis and Gestalt therapy.