by David Lesser,
First published in the Hypnotherapy Journal
Issue 15, August 1992
(The Newsletter of Association Qualified Curative Hypnotherapists –
a registered charity [No. 294512] which existed from 1985 to 2007)
The CCAM, the NCC (now BCMA) and the FOH (now joined with BCMA [formerly NCC]) have between them given birth to the AHO and the CFH at least partly in the belief that the EC will require the UK to establish recognised standards for the use of hypnosis – possibly through NCVQ. How does this affect the AQCH? Will it all be NBG?
Is this an initial step to something worthwhile or just a jumble of meaningless initials? What is it really all about? Is it important?
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