Does the National Health Service have a list of recommended therapists? Can a practitioner get NHS accreditation? How does one go about obtaining referrals from GPs or other health professionals?
If you have found a significant percentage of your clients cease treatment before completion, or there seems to be a particular point in treatment at which people fail to return – this article provides a list of possible reasons so that you might identify why and therefore prevent recurrence.
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The benefits and advantages of having books available to clients are detailed, along with information on how to obtain copies.
Another discussion from hypnotherapists on the merits or otherwise of using testimonials in publicity materials and whether they may be seen as useful or ethical.
An advertising scam: you pay for an advert and get premium space for editorial content to go alongside it. What to look out for, what questions to ask and how not to get stung.
Advertising scam: You are told that the advert you agreed to some months ago has now been published and payment is due.
Some established therapists discuss the reasons behind some of the patients delaying, postponing or cancelling appointments, what conclusions can be drawn and what strategies might be employed to better serve their practices.
Definitions of who has access to the Online LCH Knowledge Base and a personal message and explanation of why it is not always possible to fulfil individual’s requests for help.
In 1996 Curative Hypnotherapists around the UK were asked to provide details from their practices so that their membership organisation (The AQCH) could collate the data and provide statistics of the effectiveness of the treatment. Sadly, only one, poorly photocopied, issue of the final booklet remains and therefore the quality of the pages shown here is poor – but is sufficient to be legible.