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The College of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CCBH)
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The College of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CCBH) was established to train adult learners, therapists, hypnotherapists and health-care professionals in the theory, practice, ethics and therapeutic applications of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CBH). This means that we view problems and symptoms as stemming from unhealthy beliefs, dysfunctional thoughts, maladaptive learning and behaviour. Such unhealthy beliefs are at the heart of disturbed feelings, behaviours, thoughts and symptoms. We also view and use hypnosis as a tool that positively influences the effectiveness of emotional, behavioural, cognitive and symptomatic change.
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Learn how to apply techniques to your every day life, starting with our master class series. Over the next 6 months you have the chance to discover different aspects of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy and how to apply them to your daily life.
What is CBH?
Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CBH) is the combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnosis. When either approach is used alone it is reasonably effective for many people, but when used in conjunction by properly trained therapists the effect is dynamic.
Our minds are wonderful, creative, aspects of ourselves. When we are struggling to deal with difficult issues such as depression and anxiety, crippling panic or low self esteem, it is the way in which we think about the events, or ourselves, which is the biggest culprit in maintaining the problem. The cognitive approach helps you to take on the role of a Detective and examine the beliefs and thoughts, which you are holding on to so tightly that your behaviours, thoughts and feelings are becoming problematic for you.
When this is combined with the relaxation of hypnosis, the new way of thinking is integrated at a deeper, unconscious level which, for most people enables the changes to take place more quickly.
Our unconscious or subconscious minds are where all our habitual thoughts and responses are held. When we relax with hypnosis there is a direct route to our subconscious, bypassing the more critical conscious mind. Hypnosis alone is very effective in helping people to ‘feel' better, but unless the faulty thinking is changed, it is likely that when faced with the same or similar situation, the unwanted response will remain and re-emerge over time. Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy is designed to help a person get better.
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