HTI Next Course: Medical Hypnotherapy 8 – 13 May 2017

This course teaches you powerful hypnotic methods for health benefits, assisting with various psychosomatic problems and for pain management including effective anaesthesia used in invasive surgeries.  medical-hypnotherapy-300x227.jpg


You learn the use of hypnotherapy to assist with various physical problems that have psychological roots and to help with problems that are exacerbated by psychological factors, including stressors.  This course teaches advanced methods of pain management, both acute and chronic pain, and the applications of hypnosis in surgical operations, as demonstrated in several films by Dr. John Butler, including HypnoSurgery Live, a live demonstration of surgical anaesthesia using hypnosis alone.


Major topics in Course MH include:

  • Understanding the influence of subconscious processes on the body
  • Advanced skills in medical applications of hypnotherapy, including age regression and specialised programming
  • Hypnotic analgesia and anaesthesia, including assisting with surgical pain
  • Hypnosis for various health applications – management of chronic pain, assisting with physical health and recovery post-surgery, and with various psychosomatic conditions
  • Hypnotherapy for physical well-being and assisting healing mechanisms
  • Hypnotherapy as an adjunct to specific medical treatments and procedures

Certificate of Attendance given to students attending the course.


Outline of the course:

Hypnoanaesthesia methods are learned for pain management with clients suffering from chronic pain or to help with pain associated with surgery or childbirth.  You learn the many benefits of Hypnosurgery, the use of hypnosis in surgical operations, for example, overcoming pre-operative anxiety, assisting the body to cope with the demands of chemical anaesthetics and surgery, pain management, assisting with healing and greatly speeding up recovery, etc.  In the classroom, you undertake in-depth study of filmed cases of hypnotherapy methods applied to the treatment of medical conditions.

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