Today we go to England to talk to the President of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and his work teaching at the London School of Clinical Communication and Hypnosis.
You can find out more about the London School of Clinical Communication and Hypnosis here – https://www.lscch.co.uk/
Peter is the President of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He has been practicing and teaching hypnotherapy since 1997 having moved from a career as a researcher in Psychopharmacology at Guy’s Hospital in London. Working with all aspects of hypnotherapy, Peter has a particular interest in pain management, trauma, and the mind-body connection (psychoneuroimmunology). He also treats those presenting with relationship issues and has a focus on the often overlooked psychological challenges faced by men. Peter has developed, evolved and written many courses in clinical hypnotherapy that have been delivered worldwide. He has written an MSc in Clinical Hypnotherapy course that was run by a leading British University for which he was the Programme Leader. He has been instrumental in setting up the Hypnotherapy Pain Management Clinic and pain research programme at University of Malaya Hospital, Kuala Lumpur. Peter is also a consultant for the Hypnotherapy Unit at the Pantai Hospital in Kuala Lumpur. He regularly lectures to the international medical community on the use of hypnosis and is frequently invited to speak at conferences around the world.
Peter is co-author of the popular Hypnotherapy for Dummies, and Self-Hypnosis for Dummies. He is a regular guest on radio shows in the UK and Southeast Asia where he discusses hypnotherapy and related subjects in order to give the general public a balanced and informed view of therapy.