Leeds CPHT hypnotherapy training
Date & Time:23rd September 2017 - 24th June 2018, 10am - 5.30pm
Cost:£2,360 - payable on a monthly basis over 10 months
Location:Leeds Trinity University
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Clifton Practice Hypnotherapy Training (CPHT) is a nationwide hypnotherapy training body providing a hypnotherapy practitioner diploma (HPD) course for the modern hypnotherapist. This course is designed for students wishing to become practising hypnotherapists. The HPD course is of approximately 120 hours duration of classroom study, plus practice between sessions and required reading over a period of 10 months. Successful graduation leads to a full diploma qualification (DSFH) and the nationally accredited (NCFE) hypnotherapy practitioner diploma (HPD). Students are assessed throughout their training and there will be a requirement for a practical assessment.
At the end of the studies, students are asked to submit a portfolio, compiled throughout the training, for assessment both within CPHT and externally leading to the hypnotherapy practitioner diploma (HPD). HPD has been accredited by the NCFE as having measurable learning outcomes that have been benchmarked at level four, using Ofqual’s qualification and credit framework (QCF) level descriptions. Click for HPD course contents.
The course is highly practical, fun lively and informative. For more details visit www.cphtleeds.co.uk or call Jenny on 07748 511841 or Cathy on 07825 047849.
About the host
Jenny Mellenchip and Catherine Eland are the course tutors at CPHT Leeds. Both Jenny and Cathy run busy hypnotherapy practices.
They are both qualified hypnotherapy supervisors and have extensive training experience between them. This will be the second course of its type in Leeds.
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