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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 –
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 –
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|Normal Price||Early Price|
|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.
|CHCP – Level 3||Virtual
|Nov 5th to Dec 4th ‘2022
10:30 am to 6:00 pm
|Via Zoom||Enroll now – 38500||Nitin Shah|
|CHCP – Level 4||Virtual
|January 20th to January 28th ‘2023
10:00 am to 5:30 pm
|Via Zoom||Enroll now – 48000||Nitin Shah|
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