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What Subjects Are Covered in the Course Modules?

Module 1 : The Practitioner

  • The Therapist and The Law
  • The pros and cons of home practice or consulting room
  • The Therapist’s Duty of Care to his clients
  • Insurance, Rating and Planning Laws
  • How and where to Advertise, advertising controls/standards
  • The History of Hypnosis from Mesmer to the present day
  • The Therapist’s potential motives for seeking to be a Therapist are conjectured and explored

Accompanying audio lectures:
Welcome onto the Course and Introductory talk.
‘Relaxalongatherapist!’ A journey into the fantasy world of Hypnotic relaxation. Boosted by subliminal sound messages the cd will SAFELY produce Hypnosis in all but those drunk, or high on drugs. The cd is unparalleled for instructional purposes and the feeling of well-being afterwards just has to be experienced

Module 2 : Character Types and Their Symptoms

  • Describes in depth three main “Character Types” (into one of which all human beings can be classified) and explains which type of character is prone to what symptoms – and what those symptoms are. e.g. What sort of person is pre-disposed to smoking, over eating and nail-biting? Why do some people brood and worry over things, so much so that they create illness? How come some people remain calm at the scene of an accident, while others become ‘hysterical’ ?
  • Compulsions, obsessions, hypochondria, anxiety, phobias and other symptoms are discussed and explained. How are they formed? Where do they come from? What purpose do they serve? (includes a list of over 300 phobias)
  • The doctrine of CAUSE AND EFFECT and the creation of psycho-somatic symptoms is introduced. Why does the subconscious mind create symptoms? How does ‘it’ do it? How can we get rid of these symptoms?
  • Anxiety generally, and the anxiety state in particular, is expounded. What is a ‘panic attack’? Why does it feel so bad? How does ‘it’ know when to happen?

Accompanying audio lectures: Explanation of Hypnosis. Continuing explanation of Hypnotic induction.

Module 3 : Character Formation

  • Early development and the making of our characters and predispositions is explained in detail. The most important years of our lives – from age 1 day to ten years. How we emotionally, psychologically and physically develop into adults is explained. Why do some children take longer to develop than others?
  • What happens when children feel very emotional and can’t deal with the feelings?

Accompanying audio lectures: Explanations of inducing and deepening the state of hypnosis. Different hypnotic inductions are discussed.

Module 4 : Anxiety and Sexuality

  • A link between sexuality and many anxieties states is explained.
  • The case for Analytical Therapy (remove the cause of the problem) as opposed to the use of pure Post-Hypnotic Suggestion (control of symptom) is expounded.
  • The Oedipus Complex (a child’s emotional attachment to a parent or caregiver) is explained in an understandable and matter of fact way
  • Our sexual formation and predisposition’s are discussed in a frank and natural manner.

Accompanying audio lectures: Slimming Therapy/Anti-Smoking Therapy. Pre-test nerves/nail biting cessation.

Module 5 : The Effects of Suggestion

  • Not just Hypnotic or Post-Hypnotic Suggestion, but our overall responsiveness to suggestion is elaborated.
  • Coue’s Law of Reversed Effort and Bernheim’s Rules Governing Suggestion are clarified, and Chevreul’s Pendulum explained.

Accompanying audio lectures: Talk recapping the lecture notes to date. A complex ‘anti-smoking’, ‘slimming’, ‘anti-nail-biting’ and general ‘self-improvement’ tape all rolled into one, demonstrating how aversion can be produced by post-hypnotic suggestion – also utilises the power of subliminal perception material.

Module 6 : Meeting the Client

  • Word for word account of what to ask, what to say and how to greet and reassure a client.
  • What the client wants and expects – what the Therapist aims to do. The likely outcomes of Therapy.
  • NLP Techniques discussed.

Accompanying audio lectures: Relaxing piano music which has post-hypnotic suggestions for calmness and confidence “concealed behind” the music in the form of subliminal perception material (the Therapist’s voice taken up the frequency range working in a similar way to a dog whistle; your subconscious hears the message – your intellect doesn’t). Talk including Demonstration Hypnotic Induction.

Module 7 : Pure Hypnoanalysis

  • Step by step, session by session, using a real case as illustration – what to do, how to do it, what to expect, when to expect it.
  • Special mention is made of Migraines and also of children and their responsiveness.
  • Clearly shows that Pure Hypnoanalysis need not be a protracted affair but can be accomplished in just six sessions of Therapy and the results can be astonishing

Module 8 : Transference and Resistance

  • The amazing phenomena of “Transference” is discussed in depth.
  • More mention is made of symptoms which can now be further categorised as “Direct” or “Indirect”.
  • The Client’s own unconscious “resistance” to the Therapy is explained.
  • Narcissism is described; homosexuality is discussed; fetishes are explained.
  • The relationship between Client and Therapist is expounded.

Module 9 : An introduction to Hypnosis

  • Includes “Waking Hypnosis” and the differing states within Hypnosis.
  • Also symbolism, parapsychology and meta-psychology (including “past life” regression), auto-writing techniques and the ideo-motor response.

Accompanying audio lectures: Now the student has a basic theory at his fingertips, more detailed instructions are given. “How to” language is used.

Module 10 : Hypnosis Explained

  • Now the student realises that ALL the other Lessons had been about Hypnosis too!!
  • Methods of Induction are explained and thirty three observable (or detectable) signs of the person’s entry into the state of Hypnosis are detailed.

Accompanying audio lectures: Elaboration, examples. The spoken word brings more and more meaning to the written Course Notes.

Module 11: Technical Difficulties and Dreams

  • Dream interpretation with examples.
  • The “wish fulfillment” theory of Dreams is touched upon.
  • The intervention of relatives into therapy and other problems likely to arise are explained.

Accompanying audio lectures: Demonstration of “public relations” via Radio Programmes, accompanied by lecture.

Module 12 : Two Case Histories

  • Two cases which epitomise the preceding writing are written up as Case Reports. From start to finish – two real cases that you can follow through and see how hypno-analysis removed the cause of their anxiety