As September approaches we start to get enquiries about our training courses. We are often asked if we teach advanced hypnotherapy training. In an effort to answer that, I would like to tell you what we do and further down I will tackle that question. How our hypnotherapy training is different At the Surrey Institute […]
There is a conflict of interest for all hypnotherapy schools that prospective students need to be aware of. Every student that undertakes a hypnotherapy course is effectively competition for the hypnotherapy trainers themselves, unless of course they are no longer practising therapists and then their knowledge base and skill set have to be questioned. So […]
“At the Surrey Institute we train people from all walks of life to become effective hypnotherapists by offering practical hypnotherapy training” Changing careers is something which is becoming more common, with thousands of people opting to say goodbye to their mundane office jobs and embark on a journey of training to learn something new and […]
In a survey of former students, the data showed that a hypnotherapy education does more than just prepare students for their new profession. The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy surveyed a selection of its former students from the last 10 years. Some surprising results were uncovered. One was that in the student’s perception, the course […]
In a recent survey of former hypnotherapy students, we uncovered some interesting facts about the type of people that take up our hypnotherapy training. Our hypnotherapy training courses are often taken up by people that are looking for a new direction in their lives. For example, people taking early retirement, redundancy or even just wanting […]
Hypnotherapy training – the key facts There are numerous types of courses, training providers and qualifications to choose from when looking to train as a hypnotherapist. However there are key factors you need to be aware of, as often you may not discover the problems until you have begun the course and it is too […]
“Use your experience of the past to become a great hypnotherapist” There are many clichés to help motivate us as we get older; many a good tune played on an old fiddle for example. In many cases, there is a lot of stigma with regards to getting older, where people discriminate on the assumption that […]
If you are thinking of becoming a hypnotherapist because you think it’s easy money or perhaps it’s something you can dip in and out of and earn some extra cash, think again. People who go into hypnotherapy for those reasons don’t generally last long. However, if that’s what you’re after there are hundreds of distance learning and cheap hypnotherapy training courses out there for you to choose. It does not really matter which type of hypnotherapy training you go for as the clients will soon discover your lack of commitment to them and yourself and they wont come back and you will have zero income.
You most probably have heard all the old clichés about many a good tune played on an old fiddle and experience helps us not to repeat the mistakes of the past, you will be familiar with many more little maxims to help soften the rampant discrimination built into our culture against ‘getting old’.
When someone is thinking of training as a Hypnotherapist they are inundated with a myriad of courses, trainers and qualifications. Here I expose the key factors in any hypnotherapy-training course that you need to watch out for. Quite often these are not discovered until it is too late and the student has started the course.