Hypnotherapy Frequently Asked Questions
What are your qualifications?
I am also a member of The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and an Accredited Clinical Supervisor to UKCP, in order to join, I have undertaken at least 18 months supervision from a UKCP therapist, hundreds of verifiable clinical hours in practice, 12 sessions of self-therapy, completed intense home-study modules, on ethics, research etc this was in addition to the intense training to join my member organisation NRHP. I am CRB checked and a registered BUPA provider.
I am also an approved provider to The British Psychological Society Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses: REBT it’s Theory and Practice with Hypnotherapy.
I receive refferals from GP’s regularly, Dr Peter Copp is Head of one of Edinburgh’s leading Medical Centre’s http://www.gpplus.com also the Head of The Braids Medical Practice Dr Clive Beach and Dr Felicity Dyson, Strathesk Medical Centre.
What is the difference between hypnotherapy and psychotherapy?
I have tried to solve the problem myself and so have others, how can you help?
What is hypnotherapy?
You will not fall asleep or go unconscious, if you did you would not hear anything! It is a bit like daydreaming. I will use hypnotherapeutic techniques to guide you to make your own beneficial changes. You will not be asked to speak, just listen.
Lots of therapies claim they can fix the problem in one session can you?
My approaches are low on psycho-babble, high on common sense and long term effectiveness. I post a link here of a Scotsman newspaper reporter I helped in one session overcome here fear of spider.
How quickly can I arrange an appointment?
I consult from 9.00 am until 7.00 pm Mondays to Saturdays.
I am available to present my British Psychological Society accredited seminar REBT: An Interpretation of its Theory and Practice with Hypnotherapy, please inquire.
How do I contact you?
What are your fees?
Cancellation policy: I require 48 hours notice otherwise full fee is payable.
How many sessions will I need?
How is your approach different from others?
It is educational and kept very much in the present and I do not make unrealistic claims.