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The Benefits of Supervision

Hypnotherapy supervision and mentoring

Individual and group supervision both have immense benefits to your professional practice and personal wellbeing.

Whether you are a student, a new hypnotherapist or a veteran with 30+ years of client work, there is a lot to be gained from for engaging in hypnotherapy supervision with an experienced hypnotherapy supervisor, who has a depth of understanding of both practical applications of hypnotherapy and theoretical underpinning knowledge. Dr Kate is highly qualified hypnotherapist and a qualified and experienced supervisor. Hypnotherapy supervision is available whether you trained with HypnoTC or elsewhere.

Hypnotherapy mentoring naturally falls within hypnotherapy supervision and helps the therapist focus on developing their career. There is more of a focus on defining performance targets, advice on professional development and work-life balance, with defined actions and measurable goals. 

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Benefits of supervision:

Boosts confidence and therapist wellbeing

  • Recognises good practice
  • Improves critical and evidence-based thinking
  • Identify and address therapist or personal issues impacting on work e.g., stress, anxiety, depression, compassion fatigue and burnout
  • Boost job satisfaction
  • Enhances self-awareness (needs, thoughts, emotions)
  • Encourages understanding and acceptance of strengths and weaknesses (personal and professional).
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Benefits of Supervision:

Contributes to career development

  • Helps identify areas for knowledge and skill updates
  • Compares skills knowledge gaps to desired continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Enhances professional competence
  • Develops professional identity

Benefits of supervision:

Develops critical thinking

  • Gain insight, exploring positive outcomes and challenging situations
  • Think analytically about your work
  • Learn from mistakes
  • Consider areas for improvement
  • Can explore positive outcomes and challenging situations
  • Enables greater creativity and innovative thinking
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Benefits of supervision:

Enhances professional practice

  • Maintain and refine your good practice
  • Identify areas of good practice that can be disseminated to the hypnotherapy profession
  • Meet professional body requirements
  • Enhances communication skills
  • Develops problems-solving and solution-focused thinking
  • Increase understanding of professional issues
  • Recognises professional accountability
  • Develops moral and ethical sensitivity

Benefits of supervision:

Improves client outcomes

  • Early identification of therapist performance issues (e.g., counter transference) and discusses actions to address these
  • Supports new and developing therapists, with the potential to explore client solutions from prior to first session to conclusion of therapy
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Have questions?

More information about each type of supervision (individual, group, research) is available on the respective pages (use links above). If you still have questions, do feel free to contact Dr Kate.

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What is it used for?

  • Anger
  • Anxiety (past, present, future events)
  • Changework integration
  • Disturbance
  • Ego strengthening
  • Future pacing 
  • Grief
  • Guilt
  • Insomnia and sleep issues
  • Jealousy
  • Performance anxiety/issues
  • Phobias
  • Positivity enhancement
  • PTSD
  • Relationship issues
  • Shame
  • Sport performance anxieties
  • Trauma
  • Weight management
  • …and much more…

Hypno-EMDR Training

The 3-stage Hypno-EMDR training programme

Hypno-EMDR training consists of three components:

  • A live online practical skills workshop (this course)
  • An online practitioner-level training course
  • An in-person master-practitioner training course (coming in 2024)

We have now launched our Hypno-EMDR online practitioner course with our sister company, Hypnosis-Courses.com.

This online course enables you to study at your own pace and has both training videos and a detailed course manual. It is a superb accompaniment to the live online practical skills workshop.

We will be launching our in-person master practitioner course in 2024.

The Hypno-EMDR practical skills workshop is a fantastic place to get started, and you’ll learn exactly how to apply Hypno-EMDR in your own hypnotherapy practice!

We recommend that you take the online practitioner-level training before taking this course, so you’re then able to practice and apply all that you’ve learned when you join us live-online for the practical skills training. However, you’re welcome to join this course before taking the practitioner training if you wish – though this course is focused on the practical application of Hypno-EMDR, rather than the theory and associated processes that you’ll learn on the practitioner course.

In order to be eligible for the Hypno-EMDR master-practitioner training, you must first complete both the practitioner course and the practical skills workshop.

EMDR for Hypnotherapists

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