Hands-on, ethical, client centred training in small groups

I’ve been a teacher for a long time now, lecturing in universities and to large groups of people and delivering Hypnotherapy training to committed students - sometimes one-to-one ina bespoke manner. Whilst it’s important to learn about the theory and see demonstrations of various techniques, what really counts in Hypnotherapy training is hands-on learning. I never work with groups of more than ten students. I want to see you practicing your techniques and be there tonofder my advice. I personally work with all my students rather than hiring additional tutors. To me this… continue reading →
Writing for wellness – Glasgow 23rd May 2020

Writing for wellness – Glasgow 23rd May 2020

Therapeutic writing is an incredible way of dealing with past issues, setting intentions, exploring your inner self at a deep level and just having fun! No writing experience is necessary for this workshop and participants will be asked to focus on how they feel as opposed to giving a critique. For details and tickets see here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/writing-for-wellbeing-tickets-89456716447 continue reading →
A life of abundance and wealth – Glasgow 28th March

A life of abundance and wealth – Glasgow 28th March

Do you want to attract the wealth & abundance that you truly deserve? Are you holding yourself back from doing so? Money can be a taboo subject - and attracting wealth can seem like a mysterious art! Adopting a life coaching/ therapeutic approach to wealth creation allows you to explore your unconscious blocks & set a positive intention for wealth creation. If you've ever set your sights too low, have thought that 'money is a dirty word' or have imagined that you're undeserving of wealth, this workshop will transform your life. People often… continue reading →
Inner child therapy workshop Glasgow 9th May

Inner child therapy workshop Glasgow 9th May

The 'inner child' concept was developed by psychiatrist Eric Berne who noticed that, far from being a theoretical concept, his clients sometimes acted as if they were a child. Clients who have experienced difficulty and trauma in childhood carry their injured and hurt child into adulthood. It is this hurt child who responds to certain situations in a range of childish ways, including acting out, feeling powerless and acting impulsively. Many clients describe feelings of being out of control and acting in conflicting ways. Therapeutically, people can benefit from becoming aware of their… continue reading →

Deborah Craig’s Hypnotherapy Diploma Course review

I recently trained a wonderful therapist who's setting up an exciting practice and will be combining hypnotherapy with reiki and mindfulness. Her website is www.deborahcraig.com and here's her review: I found the material thorough and extensive and having the course information up front I was able to read and re-read the materials before, during and after the sessions to help me embed it even further. Claire made excellent suggestions for further reading which I found insightful. I thoroughly enjoyed the way the course was structured allowing for overview of materials first followed by… continue reading →

Clinical hypnotherapy in hospital settings

During my hypnotherapy training courses – and when I’m working with hypnotherapy CPD students – most people envisage working with private clients and often primarily working with those conditions which are most popularly associated with hypnosis, such as weight loss and smoking. What I’ve found during my years of working as a hypnotherapist is that various other possibilities open up through time. I was recently asked to provide hypnotherapy training to anaesthetic and nursing staff in Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Children. The aim of the training was to explore ways of reducing the… continue reading →