MAC Complementary Health Clinic

     Complete Body and Mind Therapy. 
Phone - 086 8294769. E-Mail: [email protected]

Clinical hypnotherapy home study courses.

Learning from home is easy and fun


  •  Our courses cover everything you need to know to practice the therapy with complete safety, confidence and competence.
  • Our courses provide you with all the necessary know-how including detailed descriptions, illustrations, effects and benefits, and all of the techniques are practically demonstrated in detailed drawings and diagrams.
  • You can simply use the course to better your understanding of the therapy. Or if you decide to take our online course test you will be awarded a certificate of achievement from the MAC complementary health clinic.

Course Curriculum:

      Module 1

  • About the course and exam requirements.
  • History of hypnosis.
  • What is hypnosis?
  • How it works
  • Trance state.
  • Formula for hypnosis.
  • Ultradian rhythms.
  • Laws of suggestion.
  • Self demonstrations.
  • Suggestibility tests.
  • Hypnotic demonstrations.
  • Pre conditioning of your client.
  • Myths and misconceptions of hypnosis.
  • The importance of your voice in hypnotic trance.
  • The language of hypnotic inductions.

Module 2.

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  • Induction technique (direct).
  • Deepening techniques.
  • Objective and subjective signs of hypnosis.
  • Termination of trance.
  • Reluctance of client to de-hypnotize.
  • Making a hypnotic tape and recording your attempts at hypnotic inductions.
  • Direct induction practical.
  • Dealing with possible difficulties in trance termination.
  • Action to take when a client refuses to de-hypnotize.
  • Elimination of unwanted suggestions.
  • Pre-conditioning a client.
  • Proof of hypnosis/convincers.
  • Identifying the objective of the session.
  • The stages of hypnosis.

      Module 3.

  • The rules of the mind.
  • The rules governing the ethical use of hypnosis.
  • The dangers of hypnosis.
  • The dangers to the client and also the possible dangers to the therapist.
  •  Contraindications to the use of hypnosis.
  • Drafting a client intake form.
  • Establishing the well formed outcomes and reframing.
  • Identification of the client’s sensory modes.
  • Completion of the hemispheric brain dominance questionnaire.
  • The objective of suggestion therapy.
  • Structuring suggestions.
  • Methods of suggestion.
  • Additional dynamics in formulating suggestions.
  • Direct versus indirect suggestions.
  • Indirect suggestion.
  • Self hypnosis.
  • Objective of self hypnosis.
  • Instruction on self hypnosis.
  • Auto suggestion and autogenic training.

Module 4.

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  • Creating rapport.
  • Identifying resistance and dealing with it.
  • Swish technique.
  • Instant inductions.
  • Converting hypnotic tests into hypnosis.
  • Age regression / timeline.
  • Introduction to hypnotic weight management programme.
  • Pin pointing where, when and why you eat.
  • Changing your eating behaviour.
  • Weight management programme.
  • Information gathering.
  • Setting achievable goals.
  • Use of key words for weight management.
  • Anchoring technique and anchoring key words.
  • Disassociation.
  • The power of suggestion.
  • The importance of exercise.
  • Pulse taking and identifying MHR.
  • Cardio and muscle toning exercise.
  • Eating for emotions.
  • Conscious / subconscious eating behaviors.
  • Eating like a thin person.
  • The importance of water.
  • Dealing with failure.
  • Aversion therapy technique to substitute the offending food type.

      Module 5.

  • Individual inductions with a prepared script.
  • Converting hypnotic tests into trance.
  • Fears and phobias.
  • Massed practice.
  • Dealing with pain.
  • Inducing anesthesia in a client.
  • Migraine and tension headaches.
  • Dealing with stress through hypnosis
  • Identifying A/B personality profiles.
  • Why we have and need stress.
  • Primary stressors.
  • Manifestations of repetitive stress.
  • The stress of worry.
  • The effects of stress and pressure.
  • Rest, recreation and relaxation.
  • Utilising stress to enhance your performance.
  • Positive response statements.
  • Behavioral effects and symptoms of stress.
  • Conscious breathing.

Module 6.

  • Defeat smoking.
  • Identify why you smoke.
  • Information gathering.
  • Guidelines for suggestions to defeat smoking.
  • Dealing with exam nerves, memory and concentration.
  • Hypno-sport. Sport enhancement.
  • Information on the diploma and advanced diploma course.
  • Guidelines on setting up a successful hypnotherapy practice.
  • Preparation for hypnotherapy exam.
  • Practical assessment as part of your examination.

(Examination optional)

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