East Anglian Institute of Hypnotherapy Mission
Founded in 2001 to provide leading edge training, we have always believed the quality and success of a Hypnotherapist is reflected in the quality of their training. At the East Anglian Institute our mission is to provide the most ethical training possible. We train our students to an Integrative model, meaning different ways of working are taught and most importantly how to relate and connect with clients. Integrative also means it is important that students feel able to develop their own styles of working and adapting to clients. We encourage and support our students self-development, after all, how can a therapist help a client unless they have an appropriate level of self-awareness and understanding? We want our students to have their own successful practice and developing themselves further with their own philosophy.
In the experience of the tutors, most hypnotherapy schools provide a lot of basic knowledge and a hypnotic script for every eventuality which leads to trained hypnotic readers of scripts, this doesn’t adequately prepare a therapist for real clients and furthermore restricts the ability to work both creatively and intuitively. The East Anglian Institute is committed to training creative and intuitive therapists.
The East Anglian Institute is committed to your training and development as a therapist and human being and is unapologetic in having Tutors that are quite different in the way they work. John and Mike started training hypnotherapy back in 2001. Their teaching philosophy enables the student to experience a rich tapestry of methods and styles that they can adapt to create their own unique way of working that suits their personality and preferred specialist markets. No ‘homogenised one size fits all’ or ‘our way or the highway’ training, the East Anglian Institute is dedicated to a truly Integrative approach!
“Brilliant, seriously! Valued having two different tutors with totally different styles. I was able to gain so much more because of this!” L.G, Student