The London College of Clinical Hypnosis
The LCCH's partnership with University of West London (UWL) is an historic development within the hypnotherapeutic profession that can lead to a full Masters of Science degree (MSc). As a higher education (HE) training programme, it offers distinctive recognition and a prestigious market position to a new generation of hypnotherapy practitioners. Underpinned by the weight of research-based evidence, it will raise awareness, credibility and quality assurance to the established medical professions, the general public, and for any possible (future) government legislation relating to the practise of Hypnotherapy. For more information: www.lcch.co.uk
University of West London (UWL) draws on a heritage of over 140 years in teaching and professional education. The University has extensive experience in delivering technical and vocational education designed to further the careers of our students. University status was achieved in 1992 and has expertise in healthcare, hospitality, music and related disciplines.
Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
CNHC is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners that was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists. CNHC's register has been approved as an Accredited Voluntary Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. This means CNHC has met the PSA’s demanding standards. All CNHC registered practitioners are entitled to use CNHC’s quality mark which demonstrates a commitment to professionalism and high standards. The public and those who commission the services of complementary healthcare practitioners can choose with confidence, by looking for the CNHC quality mark. CNHC has agreed that the BSCH may verify applications for CNHC registration. Members wishing to register should complete the CNHC application form and forward it to the secretary.
To find out more about the CNHC email email@example.com, call 020 7653 1971, or visit www.cnhc.org.uk