Dr Isaac Andy | Applied Psychology - Hypnotherapy Practitioner
Dr Isaac Andy | Applied Psychology - Hypnotherapy Practitioner, The Academy of Modern Applied Psychology
Hypnosis is a psychology-based field of study that focuses on altered states of consciousness. Hypnotherapy is the process through which, these altered states of consciousness can be used to influence positive changes in peoples attitudes, perception and behaviours.
Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that uses the power of suggestion to encourage positive change. A hypnotherapist will use communication skills and deep relaxation techniques to help people reach a state where the conscious part of their mind is relaxed, and their subconscious part becomes more open to suggestion (or new perspectives).
This Practitioner Diploma in Hypnotherapy presents a comprehensive toolkit of the principles and methodologies needed to promote positive changes in mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.
Hypnosis (or hypnotherapy) uses guided relaxation, deep concentration, and focused attention to achieve a heightened state of awareness (often referred to as a trance). During this training, you will discover how to discipline your mind to focus on only one thing, while temporarily blocking out or ignoring all other distractive thoughts, ideas or sensations.
Delivered by Kain Ramsay, one of the most experienced applied psychology trainers in Scotland; this unparalleled eLearning course is a must for anyone intrigued in discovering how to practice hypnosis to generate positive, lasting change in themselves and other people.
What is hypnotherapy used for? Hypnotherapy can be used to manage anxiety, fears, unhelpful behaviour patterns, impulsive reactions, and also address detrimental habits. It can be used to help improve sleep, learning difficulties, communication skills, and even relationship troubles.