What is Cognitive Hypnotherapy?
Cognitive Hypnotherapy brings together many schools of thought, drawing knowledge from Evolutionary and Positive Psychology, to traditional therapy styles such as CBT, Psychotherapy, Transactional Analysis, Gestalt and Ericksonian Therapy.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy also closely links its training and education to Neurological Science and cutting edge research about how the brain works. Part of the training is to become an NLP Practitioner, which involves learn how language affects the brain, that can be used to help my patients move towards your goals.
I have completed a Diploma course at the Quest Institude and I am qualified Hypnotherapist and registered with National Council for Hypnotherapy and QCHPA.
The course have already changed the way I speak with my patients and what I am listening for.
I think the Cognitive Hypnotherapy is an excellent tool in supporting my patients into wellbeing.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy is the only Hypnotherapy organisation that has evidence based research specific to their approach to therapy. The inhouse-funded research project is listed with National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in their research
The research was conducted by qualified Cognitive Hypnotherapists working professionally with clients using outcomes measures that are standard within the NHS. It clearly illustrates that our approach is more effective in treating anxiety and depression than other types of talking therapy such as CBT that is currently utilized on the NHS (71% compared to 42%).
You can watch this short video to find out more about Cognitive Hypnotherapy from the founder of this groundbreaking approach, Trevor Silvester.