Archive report of meeting
Thursday 18th July 2013
Past notice

Clinical hypnosis, Mindfulness, systems psychobiology and the new NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups

Why Integration could be about to make our day
A talk by Tadhg Ó Séaghdha
BA(Hons), LLM, MBSCH
 

The society's July 2013 meeting proved to be rather special – talk for therapists wanting to increase the quantity and quality of care delivered by their practice through Mindfulness.

It was presented by Tadhg Ó Séaghdha, who has a long association with the club who explaineed aspects such as:

• How work currently available for therapists who would like to work with the ELK-Foundation

• Also how work will be available in the future and how to prepare for it

• Ways in which programmes of care approved for use by the new NHS CGCs can be useful routes to getting referrals from health professionals.

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• The grants and scholarships available for gaining accreditation and new training

• How learning what other health and wellbeing providers do with whom means more business delivering balanced care

• What Mindfulness actually is and why it is a key to success in the new health environment

• In addition an explanation of what Systems Psychobiology is and why it is a key to success in the new health environment

The National College and the ELK-Foundation believe that people learning or practising hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and hypno-psychotherapy are critical to improving the emotional wellbeing of the nation