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By Stephen Mair   

Stephen Mair
Stephen Mair
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Apr 16th, 2019 03:17

Currently training with chrysalis hypnotherapy/counselling. Not convinced of there teaching ability, would anyone recommend a good accredited counselling course, I qualify in May with hypnotherapy, so I will see that one out. Many thanks.

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Vicki
Vicki
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May 05th, 2019 05:50
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It depends on what area of therapy you wish to work in; for example if you're wanting to work primarily as a Counsellor or Psychotherapist in the NHS, then you will need to be a member of either BACP or UKCP and in order to meet their criteria, normally you need to have undertaken accredited training, usually at a university or higher education college/institution. Training can typically take anywhere from 2 years upwards, depending on the course and whether it's full or part time. Both the BACP and UKCP have details on their websites of accredited training courses. Unfortunately Chrysalis training is not recognised in the NHS or in many of the mental health organisations and charities; possibly because the actual teaching hours fall considerably short of the more established and recognised training courses.

On the other hand, if you want to develop your own private therapy practice, then you could do this with your Chrysalis training and then build on that with further training depending on your what area(s) you want to specialise in.

If you want to work mainly with hypnotherapy, it is possible to set up a private therapy practice following completion of the Chrysalis certificate, however based on what I have heard from other people who have completed their course along with some of my supervisees who did their training with Chrysalis but then subsequently undertook further hypnotherapy training with other providers, I would recommend doing a hypnotherapy course which is at diploma level (level 4), has plenty of practical classroom tuition (i.e. actual practise of the techniques being taught with supervision and input from experienced lecturers) and which meets the National Occupational Standards for hypnotherapy training - currently this is a minimum of 450 hours of study/learning, of which 120 hours must be classroom based tuition).

Hope this helps and good luck.

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Linda Brooks
Linda Brooks
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May 08th, 2020 11:12
Re: Chrysalis

Hi Stephen,
I wondered how you are getting on with Chrysalis. I started last year on the hypnotherapy and have had two classes in 6 months. I feel as though the course content provided is lacking and I expected more practice time with fellow students.
How have you managed to gain 50 hours practice time?
Thanks,

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Rachel Chapman
Rachel Chapman
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May 10th, 2020 01:19
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Hi both, I trained with Chrysalis and I found their hypnotherapy not great, how I got through and I now have my own business. I think the key for me was to practice loads to build your confidence up. Unfortunately you don't know it is a bad course until you are on it. I qualified in Oct 19.

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Faith Waude
Faith Waude
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May 13th, 2020 04:40
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Hi, I don't like to boast but our Hypnotherapy Practitioner course is outstanding and the students can't praise the tutors enough. We're running an Intensive course which is fully accredited by the GHR. It starts on the 19th June through to the end of July and is 2 and a half days a week using zoom. Once the country is back to normal students will be able to join in future classes (in-vitro) if they wish, at no extra fee. We're hoping to have the details available on our training page this week but if anyone would like more information please let me know. Sally is running a free Introduction course on 4th June and can answer any questions if you'd like to reserve a place. Details are available at: https://www.hypnoticworld.com/hypnotherapy-training/seminars/introduction-to-hypnotherapy-course

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Kerri
Kerri
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Sep 23rd, 2020 07:02
Re: BACP

I am confused, I thought the Chrysalis courses were accredited with BACP. Can anyone clarify?

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Joanne Estop
Joanne Estop
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Sep 23rd, 2020 08:05
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Hi, a friend of mine trained with Chrysalis but wasn’t impressed. I gave her the details of the trainer provider that I used and she retrained. She said that these people were so much more informative and helpful and as training is on a one to one basis, she always felt that she had undivided attention and support. . I wholeheartedly agree and am now running a successful Hypnotherapy Practice. The provider is in Norfolk, however they offer online training too, so location should hopefully not be an issue. Joy also provides unlimited, continued support Please contact Joy Gower Hypnotherapy and Training on 01493 604982 for further information. Good luck with your training and new venture.

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ursula jones
Ursula jones
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Nov 16th, 2020 05:14
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they are not accredited with the bacp if you do a level 5 diploma in hypnotherapy /psychotheraputic councelling you are accredited with the nationa councelling society, if you wish to be accredited with the bacp you can do this once qualified and with 45o practice hours

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Sara
Sara
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Nov 23rd, 2020 08:03
Re: chrysalis

Hello,

I have just been reading this thread.
I have just paid deposit with Chrysalis courses to start learning with them next spring.
Once qualified with them I was hoping to practise my hypnotherapy and counselling skills and further my training by doing a course in Cognitive behavioural therapy.
Will I be able to train further after doing a Chrysalis course or will I need to go through university ?


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Kuda
Kuda
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Sep 14th, 2021 07:08
Re: accreditation

Hie , do you know anyone please that has done this that will be willing to help with some more information please as it's soo confusing !!

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Linda Burley
Linda Burley
Member
Sep 17th, 2021 01:20
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I trained with Crysalis and was fortunate enough to have two excellent tutors for hypnotherapy and Counselling. However, it's not BACP registered which a lot of employers look for. If you complete a fourth year you can join BACP

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