Welcome to The Devon School of Hypnotherapy
Self Hypnosis Certificate e-Course
Do You Suffer From Anxiety?
Do you dread picking up the telephone or answering the door?
Does the very idea of a social gathering make your palms sweat and your heart beat so hard it might just burst from your chest?
Do these sound familiar to you?
Self Hypnosis Certificate e-Course
Our Self Hypnosis e-Course has been designed with care and precision to enable those affected by this disorder to gain knowledge and key skills.
The course will guide you on a journey through self-discovery teaching you methods and techniques that you can apply to everyday life.
Upon completion not only will you have gained a certificate of achievement but an array of techniques that you can carry forward, adapting them as you grow.
About the course
Our Self Hypnosis e-course provides an introduction to hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis. The course takes you through the introductory stages of the unconscious mind, self-suggestion and self-hypnosis. Upon completion, you will have gained an understanding of the inner mind and positive self-suggestion.
During this introductory course, you will learn the art and history of hypnosis and its different uses including:
- Exploring common fears and misconceptions
- Gaining sound knowledge of the subconscious mind
- Learn the three main styles of induction
- How to hypnotise yourself safely
- Procedure and self-protection
This course is suitable for anyone with an interest in hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
- Age 16+
- Good command of the English language
- Interest in hypnosis and hypnotherapy
- As this is an e-course you can complete it in as little as 8 hours or progress at your own pace. There is no time limit. The average student completes the course within 10 hours.
- The Self Hypnosis Certificate e-course costs £99.00
How Hypnotherapy Helped Us Overcome Anxiety
Goodbye to L Plates
Erica was unsure how hypnotherapy could help her with her driving anxiety. "I was initially a little sceptical of hypnotherapy as I wasn’t sure if I could trust someone enough to accept the ‘suggestions’."Once it was explained, she was able to relax and accept suggestions.
"I had been trying to get my licence for over a year. Each failed test made my anxiety even worse. My instructor was happy with my driving but I was overcome by anxiety as soon as I arrived at the test centre. The last one prior to seeing Chris saw me shaking and crying even before getting into the car!"
Erica saw tutor Chris Fleet in his private practice. Together they worked through what triggered her anxiety. Chris gave Erica a series of exercises and audio tracks to use when she felt her anxiety rising.
Now Erica is the proud owner of a full UK drivers licence.
"Without the help, I don’t think I would ever have passed my driving test."
What’s your cave like?
Imagine a friend of yours shows you a cave….. It’s pitch black in this cave, there are lights available but they can’t find the main switch - yet.
All you have to find your way around is a pencil beam of light. As you try to find your way around the cave your light picks out something glittery – something shiny, as you look closer you realise that it’s a gold necklace. You shine the light somewhere else and you notice another glint of light, you walk closer ignoring the cobwebs that brush your face until you see a cluster of diamonds.
By now you may be a little curious as to what else is there so you look for shiny bright things – you pick out some emeralds and some rubies, you are in a cave full of treasure, there may be some squidgy things on the floor as you look about but you ignore them as you continue to look for all the wonderful jewels and gems that are in this cave full of treasures – because that’s what it is – a cave full of treasure.
You leave this wonderful cave and pass the torch to your friend telling them of all the wonders the cave has.
This person walks into the cave full of excitement and anticipation, however, the first thing they do is tread on that squishy thing you ignored. As they shine their beam of light on it they see a pile of excrement, undeterred they look for the treasure, they see something against the far wall and with a sense of excitement they walk towards it only to realise that it’s a dead rat.
As they walk away cobwebs brush across their face and they wipe them away with irritation as they look up and notice bats hanging off the ceiling and the bat droppings all around them. They’ve seen enough and come rushing out the cave to confront you accusing you of lying to them about this wondrous cave, it’s horrible they proclaim.
It’s at this point that we can help you go back into the cave locate the correct switch and turn a brilliant set of halogen lights on so that you can point out the jewels and treasures that are hidden in plain sight of us all.
You see, sometimes, we’re all too busy looking at the filth to see the beauty in things. As a therapist you can teach people to look at the whole picture, yes of course there’s muck and filth in that cave but there’s also rare beauty too – we just need to help our clients to to switch the light on so that they can see it too.
If you want to learn how to do this either for yourself or for others I can show you how....