Many people worry that their own mental health challenges could stop them from becoming a therapist.
Your struggles are welcome at The NCCH as we know that many of the best therapists have battled with their own emotional challenges.
Liz Rotherham is one of our amazing graduates, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2003, this dramatically changed her life. Now she is supporting others going through similar challenges.
We all face challenges in this world and Liz is passionate about encouraging people and hopes that no matter what they face they can and will get through it.
Liz is one of those people who you can't help but get enthusiastic around, she's a passionate lady who spreads positivity. Passionate about improving mental well-being and breaking the stigma of mental illness she teachers’ Mental health First Aid.
A graduate of the Northern College of Clinical Hypnotherapy, an accredited clinical hypnotherapist, Angelic Reiki healer, holistic therapy coach and qualified mental health first aid instructor she aims to bring peace love and harmony to the world through natural powerful therapies.
Liz is on our recommended list of CPD providers.
We believe Mental Health First Aid is a useful continuing professional development course for all therapists.
The past two years have brought about multiple mental health challenges. People are struggling every day with their emotional and mental wellbeing.
One in seven people say they are simply struggling to cope, having come out the other side of a pandemic, we are now experiencing concerns and worries of war. The worry and stress of an uncertain future, anxiety about money, concerns about going from home, to back into the office, home schooling and back to school, the impact of physical inactivity, poor nutrition, the effects of a strange time of social contact and loneliness. The last few years have really caused people to experience detrimental effects on their physical and mental health.
If you are looking for a continuing professional development course this is one, we highly recommend. After training you will be able to better spot the red flags, confidently assess your clients’ needs and direct them, or signpost them to the right help if hypnotherapy or the therapy that you offer is not suitable.
Enjoy this month’s Hypno Geeks Episode 5