Mindfulness Based Clinical Hypnosis Diploma (MBCH)
Trainer: Tony O’Shea Poon
Training weeks throughout 2024/5
No prior qualifications or entry requirements.Training take place live, interactive via Zoom, as well as in person in London.
Unique, Flexible, Two Stage Qualification Process
UKCMM uniquely has a two stage qualification process with the purpose of allowing students to enter professional practice under supervision after completing all the attendance requirements of the course as well as the case studies and question papers. Both stages can run concurrently for students who wish to qualify more quickly.
Firstly, students complete the attendance training online or in person – all four of the five day modules – see timetable.
Each of the four modules has a brief question paper to complete, as well as an assignment in the form of a practical case study – working with a volunteer client and writing up a report.
Once the practical training is completed and the case studies and question papers are completed and assessed, students are granted the Diploma In Mindfulness Based Clinical Hypnosis and are eligible to become licentiate members of APHP. They can also join The Mindfulness Teachers Register, as a professional teacher. They can commence professional practice, under supervision at this stage, if they wish.
All students are trained and prepared for the completion of the externally awarded, Hypnotherapy in Practice Diploma (HPD). Although we strongly encourage completion of this, it is entirely optional with a one-off registration and assessment fee of £195 (not payable until students decide they wish to complete stage 2). Students are often relieved that there is no formal written examination. Instead there is a portfolio of evidence containing a question paper which students complete in their own time, either while they are attending their practical training, or over an extended period of time (up to 2 years), if preferred.
Students are requested to submit their portfolio question paper for assessment on three occasions. Once when they have completed about a third of it, once when it is two thirds completed and again when it is fully completed. The advantage of this is that the assessor is able to give the student supportive feedback on a number of occasions along the way to completion, all of which helps to lead to successful completion.
After assessment and verification students completing the second stage are granted the HPD, regarded as the ‘Gold Standard’ in hypnotherapy training. Please note that supervision and mentoring for all students, whether or not they complete stage 2, is available on an on-going indefinite basis after qualification.