In December 2011 I completed a specialist solution focused brief therapy course on working with children, adolescents and families, building on my previous SFBT course.
Due to my qualifications and experience, the National Council for Hypnotherapy have upgraded my membership status to Accredited practitioner.
I am just beginning to study for my NLP Master Practitioner qualification, having used NLP effectively at Practitioner level for a while now.
In November 2011 I completed further Solution Focussed Brief Therapy training, specialising in working with children, adolescents and families.
In November 2011 I completed EMDR Level 2 training for children and adolescents. As far as I know, Mindscape is the only local business offering EMDR to the level and depth of training I have completed – please let me know if you know of anybody else, so I can make links!
In October 2011 I did a day’s supervision course in EMDR, which will enable me to work towards full accreditation and eventually, consultant status.
On 16th September 2011 I ran a relaxation session for a group of 16 women with a diagnosis of breast cancer, which was a very positive experience.
I am now a member of the CNHC. The Department of Health recommends that if you are seeking complementary therapy, including hypnotherapy, you choose a therapist who is CNHC registered.
I completed my management training program within the NHS in July 2011… but have now happily returned to purely clinical practice, which is where my heart is, though it was good experience to have led a team too.
On 7th April 2011 I did a presentation at St Katherine’s School to the sixth form on hypnotherapy for exam nerves and study success. This was well received, and a great experience.
I am now a full ‘Member’ of the Association of Professional Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy. This has involved me demonstrating I have a number of years in practice, and showing an ongoing commitment to supervision and training.