The Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy

The Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy

Tel: 01702 347691




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Reasons to Choose an APHP member

All our hypnotherapy / psychotherapy practitioners are certified and guaranteed to have undergone thorough training with schools who comply with or surpass the National Occupational Standards for Hypnotherapy

We review all listed practitioners each year to make sure they are continuing their professional development

They agree to APHP ethics and have professional indemnity insurance

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Reasons to Join APHP

We are an Official Verification Authority for the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council and you are also eligible to become an approved Anxiety UK Therapist

Regular journals and e-updates to keep you abreast of news and developments. We also organise an annual conference

Your own dedicated full page therapist profile on the APHP website which you can update yourself

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Latest APHP News

The APHP Annual conference in conjunction with Hypnosense Live is back this year at the Lane End Conference Centre! Check it out!


There is another hypnotherapy organisation that uses the letters 'APHP', though we hold the registered trademark. If you are seeking to confirm the certification of a particular therapist but cannot find them on this register, please contact us on 01702 347691 and we will confirm their membership or otherwise

Recent Articles from APHP Members

APHP members are encouraged to regularly publish articles providing insight into how hypnotherapy and psychotherapy can help with difficulties

BWRT - What is it?
An outline of the phenomenon that is BWRT®
Published 06-07-2019 by Terence Watts DAPHP APHP(Sup)Acc.

All about doubt
An article about one of man's psychological enemiies!
Published 06-07-2019 by Terence Watts DAPHP APHP(Sup)Acc.

Using Hypnotherapy to ease the symptoms of Meares-Irlen Syndrome.
Known as Visual Stress, MI causes difficulties with reading. Research by Evans & Watkins (Essex Uni) found 20% of children benefited using a coloured overlay or tinted glasses. Correct colour speeds accuracy of reading which may improve by up to 50%
Published 28-02-2018 by Jeana Mortensen MAPHP (Acc.)

Looking for Counselling Instead of Hypnotherapy?

Visit our sister site: The National Register of Psychotherapists & Counsellors