Posts tagged with "program"



04. October 2015
We sequence instruction to scaffold knowledge. New information is built upon prior knowledge. At each step of the process, students are reminded of the relevance of prior learning. That is a direct contrast to the “test-it-and-forget-it” model of learning most grade school and college students have come to expect. At iHHS, we anticipate you will eventually use everything you learn about clinical hypnotherapy to your professional advantage.
04. October 2015
The iHHS Intensive Program is highly focused. Classes meet on consecutive days, with about 10 hours of instruction per day. This format maintains a balance between students’ desire to complete the program in a reasonable timeframe and the instructors’ desire that students attain a level of mastery that allows them to immediately practice effectively. Upon passing the required examinations, students are eligible to practice Hypnotherapy (subject to local regulations or licensure...
04. October 2015
HYPNOSIS is a natural state of mind characterized by specific traits. Qualified hypnotherapists utilize hypnosis to benefit clients in a variety of ways. The most common uses of hypnosis are for smoking cessation, weight loss, and nervous habits such as test anxiety or fingernail biting. Pain control is also common, particularly in dentistry, surgery, and even childbirth. A higher level of hypnotherapy practice offers healing solutions for emotional issues arising from childhood trauma, sexual...
04. October 2015
Design, create and produce a recording for self-hypnosis that addresses a specific issue for change. Submit the finished recording with a transcript. This assignment begins in HYP 101 with the expectation that students will submit a polished, professional version by the end of the third Weekend Training (or the beginning of the second Intensive Training Week. The CD will should be packaged and ready for a client to use. Expect to engage several rounds of evaluation, feedback and revision to...
04. October 2015
The history of hypnosis is long and varied, from Anton Mesmer to Gil Boyne. Yet, there remain many myths about hypnotism that need to be separated from the facts. Likewise, there are many applications of hypnosis, and it is important to distinguish its entertainment uses (stage hypnotism) from its therapy uses (hypnotherapy). With this understanding, students can begin the journey to see hypnotherapy as a new health alternative. By the end of this course, students will create a self-hypnosis...
04. October 2015
According to the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (U.S. Dept. of Labor), a Hypnotherapist “induces hypnotic state in client to increase motivation or alter behavior patterns. Consults with client to determine nature of problem. Prepares client to enter hypnotic state by explaining how hypnosis works and what the client will experience. Tests subject to determine degree of physical and emotional suggestibility. Induces hypnotic state in client, using individualized methods and techniques of...