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CERTIFICATIONS

All certification courses are offered in-person and online via Zoom Webinar. Classes are endorsed by the prestigious (IACT) International Association of Counselors and Therapists. IACT’s memberships offer a comprehensive, quality, certification program for qualified professionals including, medical practitioners, psychologists, clinical social workers, coaches, stress consultants, NLP practitioners, clergy, licensed massage therapists, hypnotists, hypnotherapists, biofeedback specialists, nutritionists, educators, mental health therapists, substance abuse counselors and others in the helping, healing arts. All classes are 100% experiential and money back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied.

CERTIFIED STRESS MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT

Course Information

In this online or 2 day in-person training, you will explore the physiological, social, and psychological impacts of stress and study modalities to get stress under control. Providing a high-quality program of Certification for professionals practicing stress management consulting.

Those applicants who become certified by the IACT as a Certified Stress Management Consultant and complete the full curriculum, may use the initials/credential CSMC after their names. “CERTIFIED STRESS MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT” 

Certified Stress Management Coaches (CSMC) include: being your own boss, working in behavioral and mental healthcare facilities, conducting training seminars and workshops for corporations and companies.

  • History of Stress
  • Burn Out Prevention
  • Positive versus Negative Stressors
  • Panic Attacks
  • Prevention and Management
  • Stress and Divorce
  • Stress Inoculation Technique
  • Hypnosis and Stress Management
  • Effective Breathing Techniques


 

  • Rational-Emotive Therapy
  • Coping Skills
  • Learned Optimism
  • Worry Control
  • Authentic Happiness
  • Corporate Opportunities
  • Job Related Stress Management,
  • Stress and High Trauma Situations
  • Stress Assessment

Those applicants who become certified by the IACT and have completed the full curriculum, may use the initials/credential C.Ht after their names. “CERTIFIED HYPNOTIST” OR “CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST” (If candidate is a mental health practitioner).

Intro to Hypnosis & NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming)
How the subconscious mind works
The different levels of hypnosis
How NLP uses convincers/anchors
Stage Hypnosis vs. Hypnotherapy
Sleep vs. Hypnosis
Charismatic Foundations
Building Rapport
Trust between client & practitioner
Client Selection
Willing and open: the acquiescent client
Resistance: the resistive client
Biochemical and Psychological Disorders
Referrals

How to do your consultations & have a successful hypnosis practice:
The Power of Word
Laymen’s Term
Key Words
Conditioning
Repetition
Positive Speaking
Affirmations
Establishing an effective therapeutic approach
Direct
Indirect
Regressions
Relaxation Techniques
Breathing Exercises
Tension Release
Emotional Release
Anchors
Progressive Relaxation

• Stress/Anxiety
• Weight Loss
• Stop Smoking
• Low Self-Esteem
• Relationship Issues
• Insomnia
• Phobias/Fears
• Addictions
• Depression
• Panic Attacks
• Divorce
• Childhood Issues
• Public Speaking
• Grief/Loss of a Loved One
• Anger Management
• TestAnxiety
• Eating Habits
• ADHD/ADD
• Tension/Migraine Headaches
• Sports Performance
• Pre/Post Surgery
• Co-Dependency Issues
• Nail Biting
• Fibromyalgia
• Stuttering
• Terminal Illness
• Dental Phobia
• Guilt
• Bed Wetting

CERTIFIED HYPNOTIST / CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST

Course Information

Learn new skills in this full experiential certification training in hypnosis to become a certified hypnotist. To qualify for the certification program, candidates must present valid evidence of successful completion with a minimum of 250 hours of lecture/practice/home study hours. IACT Exam upon completion. Includes certification and 1-year membership to the association.

SPECIALTY MASTER HYPNOTIST

Course Information

Specialty Master Hypnotist is a mark of distinction. It indicates the education and practice levels are beyond the minimum standards and competency requirements. Candidates must have a minimum of 250 prior practice hours to qualify for certification training. 2-day in-person training

Those applicants who become certified by the IACT as Specialty Master Hypnotist and completed the full curriculum, may use the initials/credential MC.Ht after their names.

Being Hypnotic
One Minute Induction and Deepener
Principles of Hypnotic Change
Naturalistic Induction
Patterns of Influence
Implied Directives
Creating Hypnotic Techniques
Utilization of Hypnotic Phenomena
Indirect Suggestion and Binds
Mutual Trance
Pseudo Orientation in Time
Re-imprinting in Hypnosis
Generative Trance
Client Driven Process
Erickson’s Implied Directive

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