Hypnotherapy Diploma Course

+ International NGH Certificate

+ HPD Level 4

If you are thinking about becoming a hypnotherapist, whether full-time, part-time as a second income, or even just as a rewarding hobby, you are in the right place!

Our Hypnotherapy Diploma course covers all the bases. Whether you have some knowledge of hypnotherapy already, or even if you know nothing about hypnotherapy at all, this course will provide you with all that you need to begin seeing clients and working as a professional hypnotherapist. This is one of the most comprehensive and practical hypnotherapy courses available in the UK and internationally!

When you complete training with us, you’ll develop skills in understanding how to remedy various issues and how best to create positive changes in challenging situations with a variety of different subjects. You’ll learn how to manage a hypnotherapy practice, how to market your business effectively and also to improve your communication skills and your confidence, which can benefit you in various areas of your personal and professional life.

As well as receiving the HypnoTC Hypnotherapy Diploma, upon successful completion of this course you will also receive the ‘Hypnotherapy in Practice Diploma’ (HPD), which is a Level 4 qualification accredited by NCFE and the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH), as well as the internationally recognised NGH Certification, provided by the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH).

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If you’ve already checked out the course details below and you’re ready to apply for a place, simply click the button below to fill out a course application form. Otherwise, for full course information including course syllabus, course fees, qualification details and upcoming dates, continue scrolling down and you can find full application instructions at the bottom of the page.

Quick Facts

The HypnoTC Hypnotherapy Diploma course is a comprehensive hypnotherapy qualification that blends theory and practical applications, to give students a sound foundation of knowledge and practical experience on which to build their skills whilst practicing hypnotherapy in a professional capacity.

This internationally recognised course meets (and exceeds) the requirements of the UK Hypnotherapy National Occupational Standards and Core Curriculum.

The HypnoTC Diploma course gives you all the essential knowledge and practical experience that you need in order to set up and run your own professional hypnotherapy practice.

What You'll Learn (Overview)

You will learn all about hypnosis, including a number of ways to hypnotise, ‘deepen’ the state of hypnosis and to wake people up.

Throughout the course we cover a diverse range of effective hypnotherapy techniques and theories, including: analytical, cognitive, behavioural, Ericksonian, NLP, metaphorical and regression approaches.

As well as learning hypnotherapy, we also teach you how to start and grow a thriving therapy practice.

Our key aim is for you to be a confident, competent hypnotherapist upon graduation.

For full course details see the Course Syllabus section below.

Course Details

Duration: 130 hours (20 days) classroom training over 9-10 months (actual course duration = 160 hours including breaks)

Total study time: 450 hours

Location: London (Embankment)

Cost: £3795 (Earlybird Offer get £300 off if you sign up before Dec 2021)

Qualification details:

  • ‘Hypnotherapy Diploma’ is awarded by HypnoTC: The Hypnotherapy Training Company
  • ‘Hypnotherapy in Practice Diploma’ (HPD) is awarded by NCFE and the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH)
  • ‘Hypnotherapy Certificate’ is awarded by the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH)

Our Hypnotherapy Diploma course has been externally assessed and accredited at Practitioner Level by the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (GHSC/GHR), to ‘Accredited Practitioner Diploma’ Level with the British Institute of Hypnotherapy & NLP (BIH) and has been further accredited by the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT). 

The HPD (NCH) has been externally assessed and accredited as a Level 4 course by NCFE.

Upon qualification, graduates of this course will be eligible to register with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), and will receive their first years’ membership with the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH). For more information, see our accreditations & certification page.

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We remain committed to teaching hypnotherapy to the highest possible standard so that students who successfully complete training with us are capable and confident to successfully use hypnotherapy in their own private practices and throughout their lives.

Our trainers have been active within, amongst other bodies; the National Council for Hypnotherapy, the National Guild of Hypnotists, the Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council, the Federation of Holistic Therapists, the Professional Association of Clinical Therapists, the Society of NLP, the Association of Therapy Lecturers and the Royal Society of Medicine. To learn more about our trainers, visit the about us page.

Course Structure

Teaching is provided in a supportive classroom environment. Each tuition day will include theoretical lectures, presentations and discussions, together with practical demonstrations, group activities and practice of techniques taught. The course notes will be supplemented by additional online materials, according to the topics being covered. You can expect 20 full days (9am-5pm) in the classroom. Training days will be grouped into 10 separate training weekends over a duration of 10 months.

In addition to ‘class’ time, students are also required to complete directed and self-directed home study and homework assignments. Students are also advised to practice self-hypnosis daily and keep a reflective journal and coursework portfolio. Although personal study time varies from student to student, you should allow between 8 to 10 hours each week for homework completion. Homework is mandatory, and must be completed in order to receive your qualification / certification.

Total tuition and study hours (including classroom training and all homework assignments) are expected to be in the region of 450 hours. The UK Core Curriculum indicates that classroom (face-to-face) training must meet / exceed 120 hours and home-study must meet / exceed 330 hours, meaning 450 total learning hours as a minimum. Excluding breaks, our classroom training is 130 hours (160 hours including breaks).

Online Video Supplements

In addition to the comprehensive student manuals and in-person classroom training, you will also have access to our library of 80+ hypnotherapy training videos in our online ‘Student Learning Centre’.

The Student Learning Centre videos have been specifically designed to work alongside the course manuals and topics covered in class, so that wherever a longer ‘lecture’ is required, it is delivered in video format. This means that we’re able to optimise classroom time for more practical and discussion based learning. 

In addition, all of the practical hypnosis and hypnotherapy techniques that you’ll learn (and practice) on the course have video demonstrations too, so that you are able to re-visit any techniques as and when required.

These supplementary training videos have been specifically designed as a part of the HypnoTC diploma course and are an invaluable resource for use throughout the duration of the course.

Course Syllabus

  • Active listening
  • Addressing myths and misconceptions
  • Assessing delivery style (permissive, authoritarian, VAKOG)
  • BASICS assessment
  • Case History, client intake and consultation
  • Contra-indications and cautions
  • Counselling skills
  • Engaging and empowering the client
  • Gaining consent
  • Goal setting, management (and the GIFT technique)
  • Positioning and posture
  • Pre-talk (the introduction to hypnosis)
  • Rapport (influencing factors, development and maintenance)
  • Scaling (general, diagnostic, regression, SUD, VOC)
  • Session structure
  • Solution-focused questioning
  • Symptom management hierarchy
  • Treatment planning and phases
  • Awakening and re-alerting
  • Deepening (permissive, authoritarian, rapid, fractionation, physical, tactile, trigger)
  • Distraction management
  • Inductions (authoritarian, permissive, rapid, progressive, eye fixation, metaphorical, fractionation, physical, confusion, trigger, hyperempiria, Elman induction, Dr Flowers induction, use of accessories)
  • Resolving abreactions
  • Testing (suggestibility, hypnotisability, compliance, depth)
Analytical approaches:
  • Dissociation approaches (General, parts therapy, stage dissociation, fast phobia technique)
  • Ideomotor Response (IMR) approaches (IMR installation, IMR questioning, IMR therapy)
  • Inner child (models and concepts, revisiting technique, forgiveness technique)
  • Insight gathering (automatic writing)
  • Metaphorical (Wise old person) 
 
Behavioural approaches:
  • Analgesia and anaesthesia approaches
  • Breathing techniques
  • De-conditioning (Aversion, hypnodesensitisation, positive change technique)
  • Ego strengthening (direct, indirect and metaphorical)
  • Metaphorical (Re-write technique)
  • Mind-body (PNI) (Control room approaches, mind-body dissociation, Eslinger Pain to Comfort technique, pain diminishing technique)
  • Resource building and positive states (Anchoring)
  • Safe place and favourite place of relaxation
  • Sub-modality (Influences, change process)
  • Suggestion use and management (direct, indirect, Ericksonian, metaphorical, truisms, questions, use of the negative) 
 
Cognitive approaches:
  • Acceptance and Commitment therapy
  • Archetypes and the Persona (persona switch technique)
  • Core values (identification and use)
  • Cognitive distortions (identification and management)
  • Mindfulness
  • Rational and Emotive Behaviour therapy (REBT) 
 
Ericksonian approaches:
  • Ericksonian hypnotherapy approaches
  • Ericksonian metaphors and the interspersal technique
  • Ericksonian language patterns 
 
Metaphorical approaches:
  • Boundary
  • Creating metaphors for therapy (the art of story-writing and story-telling)
  • Healing white light 
 
Regression and time-related approaches:
  • Affect bridge
  • Age regression (various approaches)
  • Future pacing
  • Metaphorical regression approaches (Library, miscellaneous)
  • Past life regression
  • Preparing for time distortion and regression (diagnostic scale, clean language, Early learning technique)
  • Time distortion 
 
Self-hypnosis:
  • Running self-hypnosis courses
  • Teaching clients self-hypnosis
  • Addictions
  • Allergies
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Assertiveness
  • Asthma
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Blushing and Erythrophobia
  • Bruxism
  • Conception and childhood (bed-wetting, childhood anxiety disorders, pregnancy, psychogenic infertility)
  • Confidence
  • Dental hypnosis
  • Depression
  • Dystonia
  • Eating disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge eating)
  • Headaches and migraines
  • IBS
  • Insomnia
  • Memory enhancement
  • Nail biting
  • OCD
  • Pain management
  • Panic attacks/disorder
  • Paranoia, psychosis, and neurosis
  • Performance anxiety
  • Phobias and phobic disorders
  • Psychosexual disorders
  • Skin conditions and dermatology
  • Sleep disorders (parasomnias)
  • Smoking cessation (phased reduction, Rory Z single session approach, Ron Eslinger programme)
  • Snoring
  • Speech impediments and stammering
  • Sport hypnosis
  • Stress management
  • Terminal illness and death
  • Tinnitus
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Weight management (weight loss and weight gain)
  • Anatomy, physiology, and psychopathology
  • Developing linguistic variety
  • Glossary of hypnotherapy and associated terms
  • Historical, traditional and contemporary theories of hypnosis
  • Locus of control
  • Memory, the theories of
  • Nature of induction and influencing factors
  • Neuro-linguistic programming influences
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Phenomena
  • Psychological influences and key terms (Adlerian, analytical, behavioural, cognitive, eclectic, humanistic, integrative, Gestalt, psychodynamic, mechanistic, solution-focused, transpersonal)
  • Resistance and transference
  • The mind (conscious and unconscious mind, processes, and the mind-body connection)
  • Use of the breath
  • Use of voice
  • Audit, research and reflective practice (evaluating and reviewing treatment and therapist effectiveness)
  • Client management (accompanied clients, case management, therapeutic communications and professional relationships, client risk management, safeguarding, Bill of Rights, engaging and empowering the client, working with minors and vulnerable adults)
  • Consent, confidentiality, safeguarding and client risks (informed, implicit, explicit, competence to consent)
  • Engaging with research (evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence, understanding and using research, research good practice)
  • Ethics and codes of conduct
  • Group hypnosis (adapting approaches, group dynamics and roles within groups, running courses and single sessions)
  • Marketing and promotion (traditional, online, social media, website development)
  • Policies and procedures (employment, organisational, legislation)
  • Products (development, management, promotion)
  • Professional practice (development, management, scope of complementary medicine health care, record keeping, insurance, codes of conduct, professional associations and voluntary regulation; CNHC)
  • Session structure (planning and management)
  • Setting clients homework (tasking, activities and ‘contracts for action’)
  • Setting up and managing a new business
  • Therapist development (meeting the hypnotherapy core curriculum, the role of CPD, clinical supervision, sharing good practice, therapist wellbeing, study skills)
Practitioner development:
  • Case studies
  • Communication skills (development e.g. explanation of hypnosis; assessment e.g. record protocol and reflect on recording; voice development e.g. voice improvement exercises)
  • Creating protocols and outlines to address specific goals / symptoms
  • Creating scripts and suggestions
  • Practice assessment techniques
  • Practicing learned techniques and evaluating outcomes and any areas for improvement
  • Using the HypnoTC language cards in day-to-day situations 
 
Knowledge development:
  • Engaging with other resources (e.g. books / research / YouTube)
  • Reading and revising notes
  • Watching videos and using resources in the Student Learning Centre 
 
Business development:
  • Development of business resources (e.g. leaflets, posters business cards, information sheets, handouts, website, social media)
  • Development of marketing strategy 
 
Personal development:
  • Undertaking self-hypnosis for resource and resilience building and to address any identified issues or symptoms
  • Using learned techniques to address own issues / goals (where appropriate)

*Plus additional (non-syllabus) information

Active listening

Addressing myths and misconceptions

Assessing delivery style (permissive, authoritarian, VAKOG)

BASICS assessment

Case History, client intake and consultation

Contra-indications and cautions

Counselling skills

Engaging and empowering the client

Gaining consent

Goal setting, management (and the GIFT technique)

Positioning and posture

Pre-talk (the introduction to hypnosis)

Rapport (influencing factors, development and maintenance)

Scaling (general, diagnostic, regression, SUD, VOC)

Session structure

Solution-focused questioning

Symptom management hierarchy

Treatment planning and phases

Awakening and re-alerting

Deepening (permissive, authoritarian, rapid, fractionation, physical, tactile, trigger)

Distraction management

Inductions (authoritarian, permissive, rapid, progressive, eye fixation, metaphorical, fractionation, physical, confusion, trigger, hyperempiria, Elman induction, Dr Flowers induction, use of accessories)

Resolving abreactions

Testing (suggestibility, hypnotisability, compliance, depth)

Analytical approaches:

Dissociation approaches (General, parts therapy, stage dissociation, fast phobia technique)

Ideomotor Response (IMR) approaches (IMR installation, IMR questioning, IMR therapy)

Inner child (models and concepts, revisiting technique, forgiveness technique)

Insight gathering (automatic writing)

Metaphorical (Wise old person) 

 

Behavioural approaches:

Analgesia and anaesthesia approaches

Breathing techniques

De-conditioning (Aversion, hypnodesensitisation, positive change technique)

Ego strengthening (direct, indirect and metaphorical)

Metaphorical (Re-write technique)

Mind-body (PNI) (Control room approaches, mind-body dissociation, Eslinger Pain to Comfort technique, pain diminishing technique)

Resource building and positive states (Anchoring)

Safe place and favourite place of relaxation

Sub-modality (Influences, change process)

Suggestion use and management (direct, indirect, Ericksonian, metaphorical, truisms, questions, use of the negative) 

 

Cognitive approaches:

Acceptance and Commitment therapy

Archetypes and the Persona (persona switch technique)

Core values (identification and use)

Cognitive distortions (identification and management)

Mindfulness

Rational and Emotive Behaviour therapy (REBT) 

 

Ericksonian approaches:

Ericksonian hypnotherapy approaches

Ericksonian metaphors and the interspersal technique

Ericksonian language patterns 

 

Metaphorical approaches:

Boundary

Creating metaphors for therapy (the art of story-writing and story-telling)

Healing white light 

 

Regression and time-related approaches:

Affect bridge

Age regression (various approaches)

Future pacing

Metaphorical regression approaches (Library, miscellaneous)

Past life regression

Preparing for time distortion and regression (diagnostic scale, clean language, Early learning technique)

Time distortion 

 

Self-hypnosis:

Running self-hypnosis courses

Teaching clients self-hypnosis

Addictions

Allergies

Anger management

Anxiety

Assertiveness

Asthma

Bereavement and loss

Blushing and Erythrophobia

Bruxism

Conception and childhood (bed-wetting, childhood anxiety disorders, pregnancy, psychogenic infertility)

Confidence

Dental hypnosis

Depression

Dystonia

Eating disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge eating)

Headaches and migraines

IBS

Insomnia

Memory enhancement

Nail biting

OCD

Pain management

Panic attacks/disorder

Paranoia, psychosis, and neurosis

Performance anxiety

Phobias and phobic disorders

Psychosexual disorders

Skin conditions and dermatology

Sleep disorders (parasomnias)

Smoking cessation (phased reduction, Rory Z single session approach, Ron Eslinger programme)

Snoring

Speech impediments and stammering

Sport hypnosis

Stress management

Terminal illness and death

Tinnitus

Trauma and PTSD

Weight management (weight loss and weight gain)

Anatomy, physiology, and psychopathology

Developing linguistic variety

Glossary of hypnotherapy and associated terms

Historical, traditional and contemporary theories of hypnosis

Locus of control

Memory, the theories of

Nature of induction and influencing factors

Neuro-linguistic programming influences

Neuroplasticity

Phenomena

Psychological influences and key terms (Adlerian, analytical, behavioural, cognitive, eclectic, humanistic, integrative, Gestalt, psychodynamic, mechanistic, solution-focused, transpersonal)

Resistance and transference

The mind (conscious and unconscious mind, processes, and the mind-body connection)

Use of the breath

Use of voice

Audit, research and reflective practice (evaluating and reviewing treatment and therapist effectiveness)

Client management (accompanied clients, case management, therapeutic communications and professional relationships, client risk management, safeguarding, Bill of Rights, engaging and empowering the client, working with minors and vulnerable adults)

Consent, confidentiality, safeguarding and client risks (informed, implicit, explicit, competence to consent)

Engaging with research (evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence, understanding and using research, research good practice)

Ethics and codes of conduct

Group hypnosis (adapting approaches, group dynamics and roles within groups, running courses and single sessions)

Marketing and promotion (traditional, online, social media, website development)

Policies and procedures (employment, organisational, legislation)

Products (development, management, promotion)

Professional practice (development, management, scope of complementary medicine health care, record keeping, insurance, codes of conduct, professional associations and voluntary regulation; CNHC)

Session structure (planning and management)

Setting clients homework (tasking, activities and ‘contracts for action’)

Setting up and managing a new business

Therapist development (meeting the hypnotherapy core curriculum, the role of CPD, clinical supervision, sharing good practice, therapist wellbeing, study skills)

Practitioner development:

Case studies

Communication skills (development e.g. explanation of hypnosis; assessment e.g. record protocol and reflect on recording; voice development e.g. voice improvement exercises)

Creating protocols and outlines to address specific goals / symptoms

Creating scripts and suggestions

Practice assessment techniques

Practicing learned techniques and evaluating outcomes and any areas for improvement

Using the HypnoTC language cards in day-to-day situations 

 

Knowledge development:

Engaging with other resources (e.g. books / research / YouTube)

Reading and revising notes

Watching videos and using resources in the Student Learning Centre 

 

Business development:

Development of business resources (e.g. leaflets, posters business cards, information sheets, handouts, website, social media)

Development of marketing strategy 

 

Personal development:

Undertaking self-hypnosis for resource and resilience building and to address any identified issues or symptoms

Using learned techniques to address own issues / goals (where appropriate)

*Plus additional (non-syllabus) information

Course Assessment

There are a range of theory assignments, assessed throughout the duration of the course, drawing upon literature, personal research and your individual application of learned skills. There is also ongoing assessment and feedback of your practical skill development.

Homework

Each weekend you are given homework assignments to support the material covered in class that weekend. Homework is individually marked and assessed. Completion of ALL homework (including HPD portfolio) is mandatory in order to pass the course and to receive certification.

Case Studies

You must complete three ‘case studies’ before the final weekend of the course. These incorporate both single and multiple session models.

Examinations

On the final weekend of the course there are examinations that must be passed in order for you to receive your qualifications. The pass mark is a minimum of 80%. The final examinations consist of three separate parts. There is a ‘short answer’ paper (1 hour), a ‘case history’ paper (1.5 hours) and finally a practical exam (25 mins).

You are given your exam results at the end of the final day, prior to the awarding of certificates.

Hypnotherapy students and their diploma certificates, having passed the HypnoTC diploma course

Qualifications

This course is certified by HypnoTC, NCFE, the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) and the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH). Upon successfully passing the course, your diploma will entitle you to use the ‘post-nominal’ letters D.Hyp after your name, the HPD qualification will entitle you to use the letters HPD (NCH) after your name, and the internationally recognised NH certificate entitles you to use the letters CH (Certified Hypnotherapist) after your name. For example:

John Smith D.Hyp, HPD (NCH), CH

Here are examples of the HypnoTC Diploma and the NGH certificates:

Upon qualification, you will be eligible to gain full hypnotherapist insurance. As well as NCH and NGH membership, you will also be eligible to join a range of UK professional bodies and associations, such as the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR), the British Institute of Hypnotherapy & NLP (BIH) and the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT). In addition, you can apply for registration with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). For more information, see our accreditations & certification page.
 
Once qualified, you will be eligible to display the HypnoTC ‘Certified Hypnotherapist – Professional Practitioner’ badge on your website:

Entry Requirements

Previous Experience?

You do not need to know anything about hypnosis, and you don’t even have to have any previous experience with therapy to join our hypnotherapy diploma course. In fact, complete beginners are more than welcome.

More important than experience with hypnosis/therapy is your willingness to learn, and also your life experience. As a therapist, your life experience and personality are what will truly set you apart as a great hypnotherapist. 

Age?

There is an age restriction on our Hypnotherapy Diploma Course; you must have reached your 18th birthday prior to the exam date.

You will also need to be sufficiently emotionally mature, to be able to work with clients and listen to a broad range of topics (including sexual problems, trauma, phobias, stress, chronic conditions and perhaps even terminal illness).

There is no ‘upper’ age limit on this course – so if you’re a lively senior citizen, do feel free to sign up, people of all ages (18+) are welcome.

Health?

Before applying for a place on this course, please let us know if you have experienced or currently experience any psychological, psychiatric, medical, physical or neurological disorder, including:

  • Psychosis
  • Bi-polar disorder
  • Depression
  • Uncontrolled panic attacks
  • Epilepsy
  • Significant past physical/emotional trauma
  • If you are fitted with a pacemaker
  • Severe visual/auditory impairment
  • If you are currently experiencing undiagnosed pain
  • If you are using medication which may impair your concentration

Language?

To join the course, you must have a good working knowledge of the English language (both spoken and written). You must be able to speak English fluently and understand the majority of words used in everyday language. We are unable to make allowances if you cannot understand the language used within the training material / delivery.

(If you think this could be a concern, please speak to us directly).

Learning Differences?

We support learners with learning differences such as dyslexia. The course materials are supplied in black ink on white paper in a sans-serif font. Materials can be printed on pastel paper to suit the learners’ preferred learning approach upon request.

Fitness to Practice

By booking a place on the course you are declaring yourself as ‘Fit to Practice’ – this encompasses your health as well as your ability to participate on the course. Upon joining the course, you will be asked to sign a ‘fitness-to-practice declaration’.

If at any point you are no longer deemed (by us) Fit to Practice, we reserve the right to withdraw you from the course – a proportional refund may be given.

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Diploma FAQs

Do I need insurance to join the course?

Yes. All students are asked to obtain ‘student insurance’ before the start of weekend two. Details of our recommended insurance companies will be provided upon booking. Student hypnotherapy insurance is usually very affordable (around £30-45 per annum – guideline). 

Once qualified you can upgrade to full hypnotherapist insurance (they’ll need to see evidence of your qualification). Those students with a pre-existing therapy insurance policy may be able to add hypnotherapy to said policy – check with your insurance provider directly for clarification.

What happens if somebody fails the final exam?

Our diploma course is very comprehensive and you will be fully prepared for the final examination process.

Throughout the course you will be engaging with in-class activities, homework tasks and also a number of formal and informal mock exams. All of this practice will fully prepare you for your exams, and we’re here to support you all the way.

If it were to happen that you ended up requiring a re-sit, we’d give you the first re-sit absolutely free (additional re-sits, if required, would be at extra cost, as listed above in the ‘Course Fees’ section).

What if I miss a day/weekend?

If, for any reason, you miss a course day or weekend, we have a 1-to-1 catch up facility, so that you can meet with one of our tutors (either online or in person) in order to cover the material that you missed.

Catch up sessions are mandatory in order for you to make up your course hours and cover the training materials, in line with the UK Core Curriculum for Hypnotherapy.

As mentioned above in the ‘Course Fees – Extra Costs’ section, catch up sessions are at an additional cost which is not included in the standard course fee. If you miss over 3 days (15%) of the course, the normal catch up day fee (£90) is then succeeded by an ‘hourly fee’ of £30. This is in order to make up your hours to ensure that your training meets the UK Core Curriculum requirements. 

What if I don't complete my homework?

As mentioned above, completion of all homework is a mandatory requirement of the course. All homework activities must be completed (in a timely manner) in order for you to meet the UK Core Curriculum for hypnotherapy training and to receive your certification.

All homework must be completed and returned for marking before the final weekend of the course. If by the final course weekend, you still have outstanding homework (regardless of how well you do in the exam), you will not be eligible for certification.*

*Allowances can be made for students with exceptional circumstances.

Is this a legitimate, recognised hypnotherapy qualification?

Yes. The highly sought-after diploma qualification meets (and exceeds) the National Occupational Standards for Hypnotherapy and also the UK Core Curriculum for Hypnotherapy. The course has also been externally accredited by a number of professional organisations – click here to visit our Accreditations and Certification page.

Is there an intensive/1-to-1 option?

For those who cannot make it to the main course (dates above), or who wish to undertake the course in an ‘intensive’ format, we offer a number of 1-to-1 training options. However, due to the duration, the 1-to-1 training fee is significantly higher than the standard course fee.

To learn more about our 1-to-1 hypnotherapy training options click here for details.

Is there ongoing support and development available?

Yes. All students and graduates are able to access telephone and email support during and after qualification with us. We also have a private student forum, where students can engage with fellow students, past graduates and HypnoTC tutors for continued support and development.

We also advise our students and graduates to engage in supervision/mentoring and ongoing CPD (continuing professional development). This is not mandatory (by us), but some professional hypnotherapy associations require their members to do so. We have a number of supervision and CPD options available all year round. Check out the ‘Hypnotherapy Training’ tab on the main menu for more information.

Can I get a discount?

We are currently running an earlybird offer, which will give you £300 off the course if you sign up before December 2021.

We also offer a 10% discount for members of the armed forces (and ex-forces).

Click here for details.

I have another question...

If you have a question that hasn’t been answered on this page, firstly check out our full Training FAQs page. Then, if you still have a question, feel free to get in touch with us directly.

Testimonials

Don’t just take our word for how great this course is, take a look at these video testimonials to hear what some of our past graduates had to say about it (starting with the most recent graduates first):

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Our application process consists of two steps, an initial application form, followed by a telephone interview. We like to know who is joining our course, and as well as ensuring this is the right course for you, we also like to make sure that you are right for the course. By enrolling individuals who are a ‘good fit’, we work towards creating a positive learning environment for all students (including you).

So, when you’re ready to begin the application process, click the button below and complete our Hypnotherapy Diploma Application Form – once that’s done, we’ll contact you directly to arrange a telephone interview:

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