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Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy Diploma ®

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Psychotherapy Diploma based on an Eclectic Approach that Integrates

  • 1
    SOFT SEA Therapeutic Framework
    A unique framework for therapists that enables them to select the most effective technique that can be used with a client to:
    • Clearly define the presenting issue and the desired outcome,
    • Diagnose the actual / core issue and
    • Create the therapeutic change at both the conscious and the unconscious level to help client achieve the therapeutic outcome
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    Different approaches to psychotherapy:
    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Behavioural Psychology
    • Humanistic Psychology
    • Psycho-Dynamic
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    Trance-formational Techniques from​:
    • Clinical Hypnosis
    • Conversational Hypnosis
    • Neuro Linguistic Programming
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Metaphors and Stories
    • Inner Child Therapy
    • Mindfulness
    • and a lot more…
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From Experiencing Transformation to Creating Transformation

The Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy Diploma is not only about taking home a framework or developing skills but also about undergoing the same transformation yourself that you would later help your clients experience!

That would be wonderful, wouldn’t it?

One of the most exciting aspects of Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy training is the breakthroughs you experience as an individual.

During the training itself, you extensively practice what you learn with your co-participants, working on real goals and issues that you may be facing. This takes you through a series of personal breakthroughs that culminate in a transformation.

As a result, you are able to design your own pathway to a financially and emotionally fulfilling career as a therapist and learn to manage your own mental state – your thoughts, emotions, beliefs and more.

Your personal growth during training and mentoring enables you to help your clients transform their own lives, as you develop

  • Confidence
  • Empathy
  • Unconditional positive regard
  • Compassion
  • Patience
  • Non-judgemental attitude
  • Flexibility
  • Creativity

Setting the Foundation

This is one of the most basic and primary therapeutic competency required by the therapist. Here the therapist would facilitate the client with the basic idea of therapy and the norms attached to it. This helps in creating strong therapeutic alliance and rapport. Once the foundation of the therapy session is set, it becomes easier for the client to flow smoothly with the session. Within this therapeutic competency, there are a few sub-competencies which are essential. These include:
  1. Establishing the therapeutic agreement:
    This competency is about understanding the purpose of the therapeutic interaction and to come to an agreement with the prospective client about the therapy process and relationship. This includes understanding and effectively discussing the guidelines, specific parameters of the therapeutic relationship, reaching agreement about what is and is not appropriate in the therapeutic relationship, what is and is not being offered, what are the responsibilities of the therapist and the client.
  2. Meeting Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards:
    This competency is about understanding the professional standards and guidelines that therapists must abide by. Some of these guidelines are legally binding while others are considered best practices. Following these guidelines and standards ensure that the therapist is able to safeguard their legal interests.
  • Meeting Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards​
  • Establishing the Therapeutic Agreement

Co-creating the Relationship

Therapy is not a one-session event. Generally, it extends over a period of 8 to 12 sessions depending on the clients current problem and the desired outcome. For this, the therapist needs to foster a friendly and warm yet professional relationship with the client. This competency is all about establishing a relationship that is most conducive to the therapeutic process. Sub-competencies within this include:
  1. Using a flexible approach that is client-centric:
    Not every client is the same. So, it is beneficial for the therapist to identify which approach to use for whom. A therapist may be equipped with multiple tools and techniques to help clients deal with their challenges and achieve their desired outcome. However, it is essential to identify which tool/model would best suit the client and require the least amount of effort and time. A therapist needs to have the competency to not just identify and select the right approach for the client but also to modify the approaches in the most appropriate ways.
  2. Managing self and maintaining coaching presence:
    Whilst in a therapy session, the therapist must be fully aware of what the client is saying and respond accordingly. The therapist’s response will help set a direction/path for the client’s desired outcome. The therapist should also be aware of his/her biases and not let these biases influence the therapy process. This can completely derail the session and hamper the process. The therapist must also be competent to demonstrate confidence in himself/herself and in the process that they are planning to use with the client.
  3. Establishing a trust-based relationship with the client:
    This competency is all about creating a safe/supportive environment for the client which would ensure trust and mutual respect between the individuals involved. The therapist should also demonstrate genuine concern for the client’s personal welfare and future. This should be done in a way that does not seem forced and yet effective for the client. This will also help the therapist develop a strong rapport with the client thereby ensuring the therapeutic process goes smoothly.
  • Using Structured yet Flexible Client-Centered Approach​
  • Managing self and maintaining therapeutic presence​
  • Establishing trust-based relationship with the client​​

Communicating Effectively

One of the key tools/skills used by the therapist is communication. The entire process of therapy is dependent on this one tool without which it will be difficult for the client to understand and work towards his/her desired outcome. This requires the therapist to be aware of different aspects of communication that can influence a client’s style of communication. And that is why this particular competency becomes important. Sub-competencies within this includes:
  1. Engaged Listening:
    This competency is about the ability to effectively listen, encourage, accept and explore what the client is saying. Listening is completely different from hearing; it means listening not just through your ears but through your eyes and other senses. Whilst listening, the therapist should also observe the body language of the client, the changes in tonality of the voice, summarise, paraphrase, reiterate what the client is saying, mirror the client and ensure that there is clarity in understanding the client. Through engaged listening, the therapist would be able to make out a lot of the things about the client. It will ensure that the therapist uses the right kind of tools and processes on the client for him/her to reach the desired outcome.
  2. Powerful Questioning:
    This competency is about the ability to ask questions that will uncover the information needed for greatest benefit to the therapeutic relationship and the client, by posing questions that are open-ended to create greater clarity, possibility or new learning. It’s important for therapist to question not to confront but to understand the client. These questions are meant to help the client explore their thoughts, perceptions, and behaviours in a way that the client can understand him/herself better and the therapist can assist them overcome their challenges and achieve their outcome. This also enables the therapist to collect specific details so that they can work on facts and not personal biases.
  3. Flexible/Person centric communication:
    While engaged listening and powerful questioning are important competencies, another thing to keep in mind is that different people communicate differently. It is important for a therapist to be able to identify and use the style of communication preferred by the client. This requires the therapist to be aware of different aspects of communication (suggestibility, love language, representation system, level of expressiveness, meta programs…) that can influence a clients style of communication. Based on how the client understands and communicates, the therapist needs to be flexible and communicate accordingly. While this therapeutic competency is closely associated with the person-centric approach, it also helps the therapist build a trust-based relationship.
  • Engaged Listening​
  • Powerful Questioning​
  • Effective Communication​​

Understanding Client Issues

Clients may present with a large variety of problems when coming for psychotherapy. In psychotherapy, these are known as presenting problems and include clients’ perceived symptoms, emotional disturbances or difficult behaviours that lead them to seek therapy. Understanding the clients’ issues is important to help the client define goals and expectations, and for the therapist to design a therapy plan.

When you are training to be a Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapist, you not only learn to identify the symptoms the client presents with but also train to find the root cause (Secondary gains, beliefs, identity, past experiences), wherever applicable.

  1. Identifying Symptoms

    The clients do not come to you with a precisely defined problem or issue, rather a story of their lives. It is often difficult to filter out significant symptoms or issues in order to formulate a therapy plan for a specific client. The therapist should be able to cut through the clutter and objectively identify the key symptoms that are important to help the client reach the desired outcome.

  2. Finding Root Cause (Secondary gains, beliefs, identity, past experiences)

    The client’s problem may have several layers and broadly, the symptoms or surface issues or presenting problem and the root cause or the deeper issue. These layers may include lack of clarity, skills and resources, ongoing thoughts and emotions, beliefs, values, positive intentions or secondary gains, identity, suppressed emotions, past experiences and repressed memories. The therapist should be able to identify each layer and resolve the problem at the specific layers while ensuring that therapy remains a seamless experience for the client.

  • Identifying Symptoms​​
  • Finding Root Cause (Secondary gains, beliefs, identity, past experiences)​

Creating Transformation (Overcoming Conscious and Unconscious Hindrances​)

The client is able to truly create and sustain change, in other words, undergo a transformation when they can overcome the conscious as well as unconscious hindrances that stop them from creating changes.

These hindrances may include ongoing thoughts and emotions, beliefs, patterns of behaviour, secondary gains, past experiences, suppressed emotions and repressed memories.

Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapists can help clients restructure thoughts, release and replace emotions, develop skills, modify behaviours, change underlying beliefs, address secondary gains with harmless or productive behaviours, resolve trauma, work with repressed memories and reframe or re-imprint past experiences. They are not only able to help the client resolve all these but also do it in a manner that is sustainable and effortless, without creating an internal conflict.

  1. Restructuring Thought

    Automatic thoughts can stop the client from doing a task or making the change in the direction of their desired outcome. Since these thoughts are automatic, the therapist should be able to help the client identify and replace these thoughts naturally and automatically, without confrontation or inner conflict.

  2. Releasing and Replacing Emotions

    Emotions are another source of unconscius hindrances. Effective therapy may require facilitating the release of suppressed emotions that may lead the client to a breakdown. In addition, there may be current emotions that may be stopping the client from making desired changes in their lives. A therapist should be able to help the client identify the emotion and replace it with an effective emotion that can support the change.

  3. Developing Skills

    While thoughts and emotions can help the client develop a resourceful mental state to achieve the outcome, it is equally important for the client to be able to develop the skills required to take the necessary action towards their goals. The therapist should be able to help the client identify the skills they need and then access a resourceful mental state to develop those skills.

  4. Modifying Behaviors

    Sometimes, patterns of behaviour the client is stuck in are preventing the client form changing. In addition to resolving thoughts and emotions, the therapist should also be able to work with behaviours directly, disrupt unproductive patterns and install ones that are useful for the client.

  5. Changing Beliefs

    Often referred to as limiting beliefs, underlying beliefs or rules may lead to hindering thoughts, emotions and behaviours that are creating a problem in the client’s life. These beliefs may show up in multiple behaviours or multiple areas of a client’s life. The therapeutic process should include diagnosing such beliefs and changing them into ones that will help the client reach the desired outcome.

  6. Handling Secondary Gains

    Behind every behaviour is a positive intention, which may be conscious, but is usually hidden in the unconscious. Without fulfilling that positive intention or secondary gain with an alternate, harmless or productive behaviour, it is difficult to create sustainable change. And even if change happens, the likelihood of relapse is really high. To prevent relapse and to enable the client to change naturally and effortlessly, the therapist should be able to work with these secondary gains.

  7. Trauma Resolution

    Past emotional trauma can show up as seemingly unrelated symptoms and problems in the client’s present life. In such cases, trauma resolution becomes extremely necessary to help the client get rid of the unnecessary emotional baggage and suppressed emotions, as well as move forward in life. However, an effective therapist should be able to do so swiftly, without exposing the client to the risk of reliving the trauma during the course of therapy.

  8. Working with repressed memories

    When repressed memories are causing problems in the client’s life, it is vital to access and resolve repressed memories to relieve those symptoms. The Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapist can help the client access the memory, resolve the stored emotion, learn from the memory and move forward.

  9. Re-framing / Re-imprinting Past Experiences

    It’s usually not things, events and situations that create a problem in the client’s life, rather the perception of those events and situations. The therapist should be able to help the client reframe past experiences in order to move past Tham and start creating the life they want to live, unhindered by that past experience.

  • Restructuring Thought
  • Releasing and Replacing Emotions
  • Developing Skills
  • Modifying Behaviors
  • Changing Beliefs
  • Handling Secondary Gains
  • Trauma Resolution
  • Working with repressed memories
  • Re-framing / Re-imprinting Past Experiences

Facilitating Learning and Results

Once the process of therapy is initiated, it is important to ensure that there are visible or measurable results. These results will help the therapist identify the effectiveness of the therapeutic tool/model used and decide whether to continue or change the process/model. This competency also helps the client understand the therapists effectiveness and skill set or decide if he/she wants to continue therapy with the same therapist.
  1. Raising awareness and insights:
    This therapeutic competency is about the ability to integrate, accurately assess and interpret various information to help the client gain awareness and achieve agreed-upon results. The client will be equipped to identify facts from the interpretation and distinguish between behaviours that need to be worked on to ensure the desired outcome is met. Insights play a very important role during therapy. They can act as a seed which when nurtured during the therapeutic process can lead to client overcoming their challenges and achieving the desired outcomes. Since insights are spontaneous and come from the unconscious mind, a therapist’s ability to work with the unconscious can be very handy. While therapist can use processes to help the client tap into his/her unconscious, the therapist also enables the client to develop mindfulness leading to increased awareness about themselves and their lives.
  2. Inviting Possibility:
    The therapist should have the competency to ensure that the client is open to all possibilities. At times certain thoughts, emotions, beliefs, past traumatic experiences lead to the client not being open to things that may be beneficial for overcoming the challenges and achieving the desired outcome. The therapist would help the client restructure these things that are essential for a better tomorrow in life. This also inculcates a sense of hopefulness within the client thereby looking at things in the rawest form possible and not interpreting them with his/her own biases.
  3. Ecological goal setting:
    Since therapy is about helping clients overcome their challenges and achieve desired goals, goal setting becomes an extremely important part of the therapy process. Having said that, there are times when one goal can negatively influence other goals which may be more important from the point of view of the clients unconscious. In such cases, the unconscious doesn’t support the accomplishment of these goals which can lead to self sabotaging. Ecological goal setting ensures that goals are set in a way that they do not negatively affect any other goals.
  4. Designing Actions:
    This competency is about the ability to co-create opportunities for ongoing learning and for taking new actions that will most effectively lead to agreed-upon therapeutic results. This can be achieved through brainstorming and assisting client define actions that will enable them to demonstrate, practice and deepen new learning. Challenging client’s assumptions, helping them to evaluate options, focus on alternative ideas and solutions, and explore specific concerns and opportunities vital to the therapeutic outcome is equally important whilst designing action plans for them. After helping clients create ecological goals it is necessary for the client to also ensure specific steps to take them from where they are to move to desired goals. In order to understand these steps, a therapist helps the client explore and evaluate different ways, options, ideas and solutions.
  5. Managing Progress and Accountability:
    This coaching competency is about the ability to hold attention on what is significant for the coachee and to leave the responsibility with him/her by clearly requesting the coachee to stick to the agreed plan of actions that will move the coachee toward his/her stated goals. Following through – by asking about those actions that the coachee is committed to in previous session(s), and acknowledging the lessons learned, what was done and what wasn’t along with keeping the coachee on track by holding attention to the coaching plan and the desired outcome – is important.
  • Raising Awareness & Insights
  • Inviting the possibility
  • Ecological Goal Setting
  • Designing Actions
  • Managing Progress and Accountability

Once you have trained to develop advanced therapeutic skills, you have to build a therapy practice from scratch.

We know, we have been there!

Since each level of this course is complete in itself, we share a detailed, step-by-step strategy to help you set up your own practice and build a brand, right from the Practitioner’s Course (level 1)! This means you do not have to wait to complete your diploma to start building your brand.

Here is a quick glimpse of what we cover in this section of the course –

  • Core principles of brand building
  • Time-tested strategies to generate clients
  • Creating a customized branding strategy
  • Breaking the strategy into actionable chunks

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Frequently Asked Questions about the diploma?

What is the Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy Approach?

Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy is a unifying approach to psychotherapy. To get more details and understand how we integrate different approaches together please check this out.

Is there any eligibility criteria to join this Psychotherapy Diploma?
  • Mental health practitioners (Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Counsellor)
  • Registered health practitioner (Medicines, Dentistry, Ayurveda, Yoga, Homeopathy…..)
  • Students pursuing a course in mental health
What if I do not fulfill the eligibility criteria?

You can enroll for our Cognitive Hypnotic Coaching Course. The course helps you develop advanced coaching competencies to enable you to work as a Life Coach or a Relationship Coach.

What about people who are only looking for self help?

The short answer, this course is not meant for them, there are other courses we have that will benefit them more.

The long answer is that while during the course, our focus is to ensure that the participants develop advanced coaching and therapeutic skills – skills that are powerful enough to transform lives.

One of the most important features of the course is the emphasis on practicing these skills, not only with others but also yourself. In other words, each participant personally experiences the transformation in his/her own life. This personal transformation makes them internalize the true essence of these skills as well as gives them the confidence to work with others.

So, “Yes”, participants do experience breakthroughs in their own lives and can definitely bring changes in their own life, yet we only encourage people who are looking at becoming practitioners themselves to join us for this program.

If participants experience breakthroughs themselves, why not encourage everyone to join?

For a course to be highly effective, its format and style of delivery needs to be in sync with the end objective. The ideal course format and delivery style for a practitioner program is very different from a self help program. 

So between reaching out to a larger audience and maintaining a higher degree of effectiveness for a more selected audience, we choose later.

We also noticed, that giving practitioners certificate to those who were looking for self-help is not a good idea. Once they receive the certificate, they feel motivated to practice, if only to recover what they have invested in the course.

But if they were not focused on working with others during classroom practice and training, they do not have the necessary skills to become a practitioner. At ICHARS, being responsible is one of our core values and hence we wouldn’t be comfortable encouraging such practice.

What is the format of the diploma program? Is it online or class based, pre-recorded or live?

The course has been designed in a way that each level is divided in 3 parts:

  • Pre Level Online Modules
  • Live instructor led training (Virtual level 1 and 2, Classroom Level 3 and 4)
  • Post Level online modules

Pre Level online modules focus on concepts and theory. Live training sessions focus on demonstrations, practice sessions and discussions. Post level online module include supporting material like forms, checklists and also recordings of techniques practiced during the classroom sessions.

Completing the pre-level online course is a prerequisite to attending the Live training session.

The post level recordings are provided so that you can continue to learn by observing these sessions and use them for reference before a session with client if required. Completing the same is recommended but not a requirement for attending the next level.

Is it possible for me to change the dates I would like to join the live training on?

We provide our participants the flexibility to join for a batch different from the one they enrolled for provided we are informed at least a week before the starting date of the batch you had enrolled for. In case you have to make changes less than 7 days before the batch starts you can but you will need to pay additional venue charges for the next workshop.

What type of support can I expect after completing this Psychotherapy Diploma?

There are different ways in which we support our participants:

  1. We have a whatsapp group only for participants where you can ask us queries about concepts and techniques covered during the course.
  2. You can call ICHARS trainers for any queries which you would not like to discuss on whatsapp or for which you require a more detailed discussions.
  3. The access to online modules is available to you for lifetime. We also keep updating these modules with newer information to ensure that our old participants remain in sync with latest updates in the course.
  4. You can repeat any course you have attended with ICHARS by paying only the venue charges for the day you are attending.
  5. Every Sunday we organize online practice sessions via zoom. After attending this course, you can participate in these sessions for free.
  6. We also organize monthly case discussion sessions with participants who have completed the course to help address any questions about cases that they maybe working on.
  7. If you are a trainer and would like to incorporate some of the topics in your trainings, we also provide guidance for the same.
  8. Through our tie up with citationsy, you also get access to many research papers for which you would otherwise need to pay for.

Apart from the above in the coming months we are also planning:

  • To promote our participants by registering them to a practitioners directory and promoting the same

We are also open for any other ideas with which we can help our participants. A lot of the above steps have been a result of suggestions from our existing participants.

Can participants practise these fields legally?

All the certificate programs that focus on developing coaching or therapeutic skills are basically skill building programs. None of these courses be it Hypnosis, NLP, CBT, REBT, TA or CHP are regulated by any regulatory authority.

So all certificates are just that certificates. They do not have any legal validity… but that doesn’t make them illegal either. Whether you can legally use these skills or not depends on the area in which you are applying these skills.

So for example if you are promoting yourself as a life coach or a mind coach or a behavioural trainer and staying within the limits of what these people can do, you can freely use these skills as these titles do not have any legal restrictions. But if you are promoting yourself as a doctor or a psychologist or a psychiatrist and handling cases related to intense emotions or psychosomatic issues or mental disorders, then you must fulfil the educational prerequisites that are required to use these titles and work with these problems.

This is one of the key reasons why we have the eligibility criteria for level 3 and 4.

Many institutions claim that their courses are accredited by international associations. Do these certifications have any legal status?

Short answer is No.

Long answer, the accreditation maybe there but most international organisation offering these accreditation’s are also private bodies. They don’t really have any statutory authority.

For more details about certifications and legal status kindly watch this quick video

Is there a way to compare the Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy Course with other Hypnosis and NLP Courses?

To be true it is unfair to even compare the Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy Course with a standard Hypnosis and NLP training programs. There are multiple reasons for the same:

  1. The psychotherapy diploma is not just based on these two modalities. During the course you will learn to integrate these two modalities with all other major psycho-therapeutic approaches (cognitive, behavioural, humanistic and psycho-dynamics). This eclectic approach makes the course very unique not just in comparison to other Hypnosis and NLP courses but also with any other course on psychotherapy.
  2. Even when we look at Hypnosis and NLP, the diploma program has been developed not just by bringing the topics and techniques covered in clinical hypnosis workshops and NLP training programs together but by creating an integration that allows us to understand NLP techniques and concepts through the conceptual framework of Hypnosis. The integration has also enabled us to train our participants in a way that they are able to create their own hypnotic techniques which are structured yet flexible.
  3. Concepts and techniques from Cognitive therapies, metaphors and mindfulness has also contributed to making this psychotherapy diploma program a lot more than what one will learn in a hypnotherapy workshop or a NLP training program or even a coaching certification program.

But because we have been asked this question very frequently, below is a comparison that may act as an indication.

Features & Certifications CHCP Only Hypnosis Only NLP
Hypnotherapy – Certification Yes Yes No
NLP Practitioner & Master Practitioner – Certification Yes No Yes
Life Coaching – Certification Yes No Some
Integration with Cognitive therapies – How to? Yes No No
Complementary Online Modules Yes No No
Classroom training Yes Yes Yes
Ongoing Support after workshop Multiple Channels Limited Generally NO
Approx Cost in Rs.* 1,05,000 1,10,000 70,000
*Comparison is based on following criteria:
  • Hypnotherapy institutes – minimum course duration 170 hrs (all levels)
  • NLP Institutes – minimum course duration 100 hrs (Practitioner + Master Practitioner)
Can we work with ICHARS after completing the course?

While ICHARS is primarily a training and development organisation, one of the key components of ICHARS mission is to connect effective mental health practitioners with those in need. From time to time we take up projects with different NGOs, Corporate houses to help them support the mental and behavioural health needs of people associated with them.

For each project that we take up, we offer our trained Alumni the opportunity to become a part of these projects to conduct group sessions and/or one-to-one sessions.

If you also wish to be an ICHARS Alumni and avail of these wonderful opportunities, join our upcoming orientation and learn about our courses by directly connecting with our trainers.

Additional Certifications, Fees & Duration

Level Duration Cost Certification
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Level 1 9 hrs 45 hrs 20 hrs Rs. 25000 Rs. 22500 1. Practitioner – CHC
2. NLP Foundation
Level 2 12 hrs 63 hrs 80 hrs Rs. 38500 Rs. 35000 1. Advanced Practitioner – CHC
2. NLP Practitioner
Level 3 4 hrs 63 hrs 20 hrs Rs. 38500 Rs. 35000 Practitioner – CHP
Level 4   72 hrs 100 hrs Rs. 48000 Rs. 44000 1. Master Practitioner – NLP
2. Master Practitioner – CHP
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*Early Registration discount available for enrolling for level 1 only within 10 days of enrolling for foundation course or attending the free orientation program and for level 2, 3  and 4 within 15 days of completing the previous level.

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