Jacquelyne Morison Hypnotherapy Training provides hypnotherapy training courses based largely on psychodynamic-humanistic principles for both prospective practitioners and working professionals held in Gloucestershire-Oxfordshire, Dorset-Wiltshire and East Sussex in the UK as well as in Tenerife and Spain.
Jacquelyne Morison Hypnotherapy Training has been successfully running its flagship psychodynamic-humanistic hypnotherapy practitioner-status diploma course at level 5 since 2012. JMHT is the only training organisation in the UK – and possibly beyond – which has shunned the populist surface-level cognitive-behavioural approach in favour of root-cause analysis and resolution. The keynote of all JMHT courses is that would-be practitioners must undertake personal analytical hypnotherapy in order to qualify and this is the essential factor which singles out JMHT training as a leader in its field.
Analytic & Psychodynamic Approach
Analytical Hypnotherapy or Hypno-Analysis is a psychotherapeutic and stress-trauma resolution therapeutic approach – based largely on psychodynamic and humanistic methodology – which Jacquelyne Morison has pioneered and promoted since she first began practising over 25 years ago.
The analytic approach focuses on working with the underlying originating cause of the client’s distress by providing a deeply investigative therapeutic environment. This practice means not merely treating the client’s symptoms superficially or providing a method of coping with life’s problems but actually handling cases of intense psychological malaise by resolving dilemmas naturally and effortlessly at the root of the problem. The client can thus deal with distressing conditions, such as really deep-seated fears, crippling anxieties, stubborn habit disorders, low confidence, stressful-traumatic experience manifestations, relationship difficulties, grief-bereavement issues and the devastating effects of childhood abuse, neglect and abandonment.
Analytical Hypnotherapy can, of course, still equally be applied to relatively simple problems for which hypnotherapy is popularly renown, such as weight management, smoking cessation and pain management, without inferring that hypnotherapy is a quick-fix methodology and, thereby, giving the profession a disreputable name.
For the professional or the would-be professional who wishes to possess a fully comprehensive kitbag and to work with dedication, insight and sincerity, analytical hypnotherapy is, without doubt, the obvious first choice. Jacquelyne’s books have been read by all echelons of the hypnotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic profession as well as many other interested parties both at home and abroad.
Evolution of the Analytic Approach
Hypnotherapy was undoubtedly around in ancient times but has only in the last century been recognised fully as a therapeutic tool. The seeds of today’s Analytical Hypnotherapy were sewn in the days of Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and Carl Jung (1875-1961) at the beginning of the twentieth century when Freud introduced his concepts of imaginative age-regression and free association of ideas, which shunned the suggestive therapy trend then in vogue, to the medical fraternity.
The humanists Carl Rogers (1902-1987), Abraham Maslow (1809-1970) and Fritz Perls (1893-1970) who laid the foundations for counselling principles also added greatly to the analytical equation.
By the mid-twentieth century hypnotherapists, such as Neil French, Gil Boyne and Edgar Barnett, promoted the idea of hypnoanalysis and age-regression as important components in an insight-oriented approach to therapeutic intervention with the aid of hypnosis. This work set the tone for the future when their students spawned hypnotherapy schools of their own. Joe Keaney in the Republic of Ireland and Georges Philips in London, for instance, promoted the notion of analytical hypnotherapy.
The ideas which originated with Neil French and his followers were then taken up by Jacquelyne Morison who greatly expanded and opened the floodgates for establishing a root-cause resolution hypnotherapeutic approach which is truly eclectic and all-encompassing so that it is highly relevant and appropriate for the modern age. Jacquelyne’s books on Analytical Hypnotherapy in two volumes, as Theoretical Principles and Practical Applications, was published at the beginning of the twenty-first century and has had far-reaching effects for root-cause analysis and causal resolution under hypnosis ever since. Jacquelyne’s latest work, entitled Creative Analytical Hypnotherapy, further extends her pivotal foundation work.
The Hypnotherapy Practitioner course is designed for the prospective clinical professional who aspires to practice as a fully-qualified practitioner of psychodynamic and humanistic hypnotherapy as a psychotherapeutic and stress-trauma resolution discipline.
Advanced Clinical & Analytical Studies
The Advanced Clinical & Analytical Studies course is designed for the qualified clinical professional who aspires to practice with an impressive breath of practice skills and techniques by undertaking a specific number of continuing professional development courses.
Psycho-Spiritual Therapy Practitioner
The Psycho-Spiritual Hypnotherapy Practitioner course is designed for the qualified clinical professional who aspires to practice using metaphysical healing techniques combined with hypnotherapeutic methodology.
Continuing Professional Development
Continuing Professional Development courses are provided for qualified and experienced practitioners of hypno-psychotherapy. Continuing professional development courses are conducted in Art Hypnotherapy, Children & Minors Therapy, Dysfunctional Relationships, Eye-Movement Therapy, Gold Counselling, Hypnobirthing, Post-Traumatic Stress and Psycho-Somatic Stress-Trauma.
Jacquelyne Morison’s teaching skills are exemplary. Her ability to give information is clear and effective and she engages her audience fully with her unique style.
Director of ICHP Republic of Ireland
I could give Jacquelyne Morison no greater complement than the fact that her works, Analytical Hypnotherapy Volume 1: Theoretical Principles and Analytical Hypnotherapy Volume 2: Practical Applications, are required reading for our Hypno-Psychotherapy courses here at the Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy in Ireland. These two volumes are a natural complement to the student’s understanding of Analytical Hypnotherapy.
CEO of ICHP Germany & Director of ICHP Akademie Germany
Whoever gets the opportunity to see Jacquelyne live in one of her seminars, workshops or training courses can feel directly that she is someone with a lot of experience and empathy, paired with a unique humour.
The Peiffer Foundation West Sussex
I have known Jacquelyne for many years and highly recommend her as a therapist and teacher. Whether you see her as a client or as a student, you will be in very good hands with her!
Keys to Freedom Essex
In practice I have found analysis to be the most useful approach of all which has transformed the lives of many clients as no other therapy could. In all my years as a therapist analysis, I feel, has always been and will probably always be my first choice for getting to the root cause of any problem, and allowing that problem to be healed and released. It is powerful, amazing and it works!
And as a friend and colleague of Jacquelyne Morison for over 20 years, I know that she is aptly qualified and experienced to teach and support anyone wishing to embark on this truly fulfilling and life-changing course. Due to Jacquelyne’s own life experiences, her work as a therapist, her books, her past workshops and her compassion and insights, I will certainly be recommending this course to my own friends and clients.