Hypnotherapy Surrey

Surrey College of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy Staff 

James Golding
Lecturing at the University of Surrey 
James Lecturing

James Golding. 

DCH, DipC MBACH, Cert S Mgt MNCH MHA Dip Psy 
Hypnotherapist, Counselor, Psychotherapist, Principal, Course Lecturer and Supervisor 
Originally spending some fifteen years in Personnel, helping colleagues achieve their aims through goal directed counselling. James ran a busy practice in West London for many years before practicing at Woking Mental Health & Community Hospital. 
Working with referrals from psychiatrist and local doctors, caseloads varied from smoking cessation, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Anxiety disorders, Depression, Sleep disorders, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Erectile dysfunction, Psycho - sexual issues, addictions & much more. 
Referrals from pain clinics allowed the development of hypnosis to facilitate the management of chronic pain. 
James is currently practicing at Hillview Medical Centre, Woking & West Byfleet, where the workload has increased and is no less varied. 
The experience of working in these areas is brought to the training, drawing on a pool of resources and disciplines, including client-centred and psycho-dynamic counselling, NLP, The Behavioural Sciences, CBT and hypnotherapy. This individual, eclectic approach is quick, effective and stimulating to study. 

Sue Moore 

SCCP Assistant Lecturer & Therapist 
Sue is an assistant lecturer with the SCCP, with considerable experience as a Person centered therapist & Clinical Hypnotherapist. Sue has continued her personal development with qualifications in EMDR, EFT, NLP, Rapid Solution Focused Therapy & Positive Psychology. Assisting in lectures and supporting new students with therapeutic intervention training during practice sessions. Sue brings supervisory research to our evening meetings and training. A member of the NCH, HA & NSPsy and currently training for a diploma in psychotherapy, Sue brings a wealth of support and understanding to our training weekends whilst looking forward to supporting new students. 
Christine Key

Christine Key ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supervisor 

I offer face-to-face, telephone and Skype meetings, and I find supervision stimulating and satisfying - one of the best parts of my work. Supervision is a partnership, offering support and encouragement, new insights and sometimes challenges, to therapists at all levels who are often isolated sole practitioners. Often talking about a difficult or puzzling case with another professional brings its own enlightenment; or a few probing questions can set off a new train of thought. A therapist can feel validated in the approach taken, or encouraged to try another technique. Self care is important for therapists, and the supervisor will be sensitive to stresses which the therapist may not be entirely aware of in the client-therapist relationship, or in their own circumstances. To Contact Christine Email christinekey@mac.com To Learn more about Christine: 
Course lecturer, Co Founder of EIC 

Massimo Vencato 

Course Lecturer 
Massimo is a professional Lifestyle Coach, Hypnotherapist, Presenter, Lecturer, Trainer and internationally qualified NLP Practitioner. Massimo's unique and inspiring methods have motivated hundreds to excel themselves and fulfill their dreams. His clients have included National and International Athletes, CEOs, Directors, and Sport Teams. His qualifications allow him to work within a holistic framework, spanning from exercise therapy and nutrition to mental and emotional health. Currently Massimo is completing a Doctoral research in Sports and Exercise Psychology at Brunel University West London. 
Massimo has an enormous depth of understanding of nutrition and sports psychology, which he has combined with therapeutic motivation to help athletes and patients alike to achieve their aims. Massimo explains, "A habit is maintained by emotion," e.g., when this happens I feel anxious and I reach for a cigarette, coffee, food, or alcohol. In other words, we do not keep our habits because of external events, but by our internal processes - feelings. We respond to how we feel! Massimo's method reduces or eliminates the feelings that motivate the trigger to respond. As the feelings are no longer driving the behaviour it is a matter of de conditioning the learned response. By using our eclectic approach and joint clinical experience we have adapted these brief strategic interventions and traditional disciplines into a cohesive eclectic approach to therapeutic change: EIC. 
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