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A Dundee based hypnotherapist Sherpa NLP, Rod Beaumount is urging the public to look for practitioners registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) if they want to use hypnotherapy to help them give up smoking during the NHS’s Stoptober campaign. “
Going to be a great “Stoptober” here in Dundee, Scotland!by
We are proud to have been accepted into the Scottish Hypnotherapy Federation which represents hypnotherapists across Scotland.
The SHF is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, Charity number (SC044083) and our aim is to help the people of Scotland access Hypnotherapy services from Therapists who are regulated and have been educated to a nationally recognised level of training.
We are also here to offer the Hypnotherapists of Scotland an organisation focused on providing excellent CPD Training Opportunities, advice on client care, low cost insurance, an annual conference in Scotland and the chance to connect with other therapists working in Scotland.
Many Hypnotherapists who advertise their services are unregulated and have received only very limited training. The SHF only lists therapists on its register who are also registered with The Regulator: Council for Natural Healthcare. All SHF members are regulated and so must adhere to CNHC standards of practice and ethics. CNHC was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists. CNHC’s register has been approved as an Accredited Voluntary Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.by
We are now a fully accredited member of the United Kingdom Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.
CNHC registered complementary therapy practitioners using the CNHC quality mark demonstrate to members of the general public and other healthcare providers that they conform to national standards of practice in their work.
Registered practitioners are able to display this on their current certificate, in their place of work and can also use the quality mark on promotional literature such as leaflets, headed notepaper and on their website. The CNHC quality mark provides an independent seal of approval to well-qualified, responsible professionals in the complementary healthcare field.
If a CNHC registered complementary therapist has the CNHC quality mark it means that they:
and have confirmed that
The National Occupational Standards (NOS) are statements which describe what an individual needs to be able to do, know and understand in order to achieve best practice.
Skills for Health, an independent agency, is responsible for establishing National Occupational Standards (NOS) across a wide range of health care disciplines, including many complementary therapies. National Occupational Standards define what a competent person should be able to do when they carry out a particular activity or function. For more information, visit: www.skillsforhealth.org.ukby
September 16, 2014
Rod’s client was a 21 year man who lived in Tirana, Albania. He had completed high school three years prior but locked into a low wage, low expectation job. He wanted to change his life and get a career as well as discover what was ‘outside’ Albania.
He felt great pressure from his family to do better. He was frustrated by the apparent impossibility to change his destiny and his frustration with life in his city.
Read more here: INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENTby