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Here are the details of exacly what you will learn on both the HTAC Elements and HTAC Ultimate training:
On succesful completion of the HTAC Ultimate training you will receive both an NLP and Hypnotherapy practitioner certification, which is accredited by the CMA.

HTAC Elements (6 x 2hrs)
  • The NLP Communications model
  • Avoiding content imposition
  • Conscious Vs Unconscious mind
  • How we create our internal Maps
  • Four steps to learning
  • Using Peripheral vision
  • Linguistic presuppositions
  • Representational systems
  • Sensory acuity
  • Creating rapport
  • Pacing and leading
  • Anchoring
  • Exploring strategies
  • Introduction to clean language
  • Experience hypnosis and its application
  • Understand the barriers to hypnosis
  • Overview of the UK Law and hypnosis
  • Understand and apply health and safety procedures
  • Understand the limits of the certification and competency levels
  • Introduction to language patterns(Milton and Meta)
  • Difference between stage and clinical hypnosis
  • Definition of hypnosis and trance
  • Introduction to Inductions
  • Self Hypnosis

HTAC Ultimate (20hrs)
  • All HTAC Elements as listed above
  • Representational systems and sub-modalities
  • Understanding the conscious and unconscious mind
  • Strategies
  • Time based techniques
  • Neurological levels model
  • Values and Beliefs
  • Swish pattern technique
  • Phobia removal
  • Re-framing
  • Perceptual positions
  • The Disney Strategy
  • Using Metaphors
  • Setting up as an NLP/Hypnotherapy practitioner
  • Current Health and Safety legislation in relation to holistic therapy
  • Insurance and legal requirements
  • Environmental and premises considerations
  • Understanding the requirements of GDPR
  • Safeguarding and vulnerable adult considerations
  • Working within competence level and the importance of CPD
  • History of hypnosis
  • Erickson, Estabrooks, and Elman methodologies
  • Difference between stage and clinical hypnosis
  • What constitutes a successful hypnotherapist
  • The importance of being client focussed and not self-focussed
  • Conscious / subconscious disassociation technique
  • Stages of hypnosis recognising different levels of trance
  • Progressive (Maternal) and Authoritarian(Paternal) approaches.
  • Using utilisation - environmental, Internal and verbal examples
  • Waking a client from hypnosis safely
  • Hypnotic language patterns – creating scripts
  • Using suggestibility tests where appropriate.
  • Inductions – progressive and rapid.
  • Selecting appropriate deepening techniques
  • Introduction to metaphors as a key tool in change-work.
  • Pre and post suggestions to ensure the clients wellbeing
  • Using client resources to effect required changes.
  • Awareness of other intervention techniques
  • Using ideomotor responses as a communication method
  • Dealing with abreactions safely
  • Post – hypnotic suggestions
  • Initial client consultation structure and content
  • Delivering online sessions (Health and safety issues)
  • Creating rapport with potential clients
  • Explanation of hypnosis and the process of hypnotherapy
  • Creating an intervention plan appropriate to the client’s needs
  • What level / type of after care and support is available
  • Setting appropriate outcomes / intervention methods
  • The therapist client relationship (expectations of both)
  • Contra- indications (when not to use hypnosis)

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