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Poor Use of Addiction Label

Poor Use of Addiction Label There is something I have noticed quite a bit lately, in various articles, usually involving someone who the media defines as a celebrity, is talking about how they are overcoming one addiction or another. I … Continue reading

Experience in Hypnotherapy Supervision

Experience in Hypnotherapy Supervision This is a subject that is near and dear to my heart. After all, I co-created the first nationally accredited supervision qualification in hypnotherapy. I have always believed that clinical supervision is one of the most … Continue reading

Clinical Supervision a Gift for Hypnotherapists

Clinical Supervision a Gift for Hypnotherapists One of the roles which I truly value professionally is that I am the clinical supervisor to a number of excellent, enthusiastic and professional therapists. I wrote about supervision last week and wanted to … Continue reading

Supervision a Question for Hypnotherapists

Supervision a Question for Hypnotherapists I have written many times about the importance of clinical supervision in a practitioner’s professional life. I have said that it is essential to not pay this most important service lip service and to truly … Continue reading

Responsibilities of a Clinical Supervisor

Responsibilities of a Clinical Supervisor Well it has been a little while since I wrote one of my more critical posts, but here we go. I have noticed over the past few years a marked increase in practitioners calling themselves … Continue reading

Take Time Out for the Sake of It

Take Time Out for the Sake of It I am a little later than usual in posting today’s offering. The reason for this is that I was taking things easy today. Bank Holiday Monday’s are an opportunity for me to … Continue reading

Supervision Are Hypnotherapists Getting It Right

Supervision Are Hypnotherapists Getting It Right One of the most important aspects of clinical practice in my view is good clinical supervision. It is so important that my colleague and friend Fiona Biddle and myself created the first nationally accredited … Continue reading

Mental Health and Sport

Mental Health and Sport For those sports fans out there, it could not have slipped your attention that the boxer Tyson Fury has vacated his WBO and WBA Heavyweight Titles in order for him to get help with mental health issues … Continue reading

Conference Day One

Conference Day One I write this entry from the King’s Room at the old Grand Hotel in Leicester having just opened the eight annual International Hypno-Psychotherapy Conference. The opening of conference is one of my favourite duties as principal of … Continue reading

End of an Era, I Prefer the Beginning of a New One

End of an Era, I Prefer the Beginning of a New One For regular readers of my blog, you may have noticed that I did not write an entry yesterday for the first time in almost two years. I hope … Continue reading

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