Birmingham Hypnotherapy Training

Clinical Hypnotherapy Course

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Become a Fully Accredited Hypnotherapy Practitioner

Our fully accredited Clinical Hypnotherapy Training Program meets all the requirements for Full Practitioner validation.


This course will enable you to be registered as a fully qualified practitioner of Clinical Hypnotherapy with the GHSC (General Hypnotherapy Standards Council), GHR (General Hypnotherapy Register) and CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council). The CNHC is the body set up by the Department of Health and is the regulatory body for complementary medicines in the UK


How is the course structured?

The course will run over three modules, at a pace that suits you. Our accredited Hypnotherapy Practitioner Course meets and even exceeds the requirements of the Hypnotherapy NOS (National Occupational Standards). These training standards can be found via the links below.


Modules (compulsory)

Modules (optional)


On successful completion of the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Course, you will be entitled to register at practitioner level with GHR and CNHC. You will also receive the industry-based award - the General Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice (GQHP). In order to be eligible for accreditation to Hypnosis Practitioner Status within the UK framework of hypnotherapy qualifications, it is essential that you undertake a course of study that provides no less than 120 hours of classroom-based training with a requirement of 450 hours in total. Our program meets these requirements.

The remaining 330+ training hours are made up of individual research, book reviews, reviews of key clinical papers, case studies, supervision and maintaining a personal reflection diary. Details of this plus the GHSC and CNHC requirements can be found by visiting the Clinical Hypnotherapy accreditation page.

How do I start?

You can start with just the Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma and you will be eligible to register with GHR as a member. Please complete the enquiry form below for course dates and details or call Mark Peters on 0121 251 6172

You will be able to increase your level of membership from fellow to full practitioner on successful completion of the additional units. Please note there is currently no extra charge by GHR, to increase your membership level, as you continue your training in Hypnotherapy.


What does it Cost?

You can spread the cost of the modules over your period of attendance. If you book all three units at the same time you could receive a free copy ofthe best selling book 'The Accidental Hypnotist'. The costs are:

For more details and to book on our training program, please call 0121 251 6172 or email us.

SPREAD THE COST - We can help you spread the costs interest-FREE if that is of interest to you


You can secure your place by paying a £150 deposit using a credit or debit card with link below

What if I have already completed an NLP Practitioner course?

If you have already successfully completed your NLP Practitioner course you may be eligible for credit for prior learning (APL) if your NLP Practitioner and/or NLP Master-Practitioner course is accredited by SNLP, NLP Academy, NLPU (NLP University), ABNLP or INLPTA. Please contact us to check.


Bonus offer

As an added bonus, if you have already successfully completed your NLP Practitioner but would like to attend again as a refresher with us, then you could be entitled to a huge discount; please ask for more details.



As a bonus, if you book and pay in FULL we will give you a FREE copy of the Best Selling book The Accidental Hypnotist

Accidental Hypnotist Book

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Training Standards

In 2011, ALL national hypnotherapy organisations came to an agreement and finally put in place national standards for the training of hypnotherapists. Whilst flexibility in theoretical underpinning and approach has been retained, a core curriculum and learning outcomes has been mapped to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Hypnotherapy. This must now be incorporated within any course of training that wishes to ensure its graduates will meet the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (the profession’s regulator) criteria for individual practitioner registration beyond 1st September 2012.

All relevant documents relating to these requirements may be viewed from the below links:

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