Hypnosis, Phenomenology and Metaphors

Build Your Own Scripts

Course description

Powerful as hypnosis scripts can be, they do not always cover what to do for each individual client.  This course will show you what you have to look for when a client is under hypnosis and will teach you how to use the information you have gathered to help them achieve their personal needs.

During my Clinical Hypnosis training I was introduced to the power of successful metaphors by Marilyn Newman, who has since sadly passed on, however some of the techniques and metaphors she shared will be shared with you during this course.

So why make your Own Scripts up?  To be able to tailor the hypnosis directly to your clients' needs and in a way that is designed to get the best outcome for your client.

What is phenomenology used for in hypnosis?  Only 7% of communication is the words we use, 35% is posture and the rest is physiology therefore posture + physiology is phenomenology and lets you know when your client is uncomfortable, when you are hitting the root of the problem, and how to tackle the problem in the gentlest way whilst they are under hypnosis.

Why should I undertake this course?

When you can tailor the hypnosis to meet the client's needs you have greater success and in turn this gives you a higher rate of overall success

When your clients are happy and people notice the change in them they are usually happy to share with those people, how you helped them to achieve the change, and this in turn will increase your client list.

Who should take this course?

If you want to learn hypnosis to become a hypnotherapist then this is the course for you.

Any hypnotist who uses scripts will benefit greatly from this course

Even counsellors who do not use hypnosis have found this course to be beneficial to them as the metaphors and phenomenology is invaluable when talking to their clients.


Yvette is the best trainer and her courses are so enjoyable and have helped me in my career to be the best I can be.  (BB)


Course outline (brief)

  • Induction techniques.
  • Tailoring hypnosis to meet the needs of a client
  • Using phenomenology
  • Order and sequence of metaphors to get the best results.
  • Using Tree Art to interpret clients' needs
  • Dream readings

What do you get?

  • All handouts
  • Workbooks
  • Certificate of Completion

Any pre-work needed by attendees



All students who complete this course will have access to contact Yvette Allen.  Mentoring groups can be set up for discussion.



25 - 29 March 2018

17 Montview Parade,

Hornsby Heights

8 people maximum

Regular price $2,250  early bird price $1,850 if paid by 12 March 2018

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Why so many people choose Yvette

  • I believe if you have a problem, I can help
  • 35+ years' experience in training
  • Small groups
  • Individual attention given
    to every participant
  • Strong focus on hands-on
    experiential learning
  • Lifelong support for participants and
    discounts on further courses
  • Life changing positive results!

Clients say

Yvette is a wonderful therapist. She sure has been very helpful, supportive, calming and inspired confidence in myself to travel through life's up and downs. We all need support sometimes. I am so thankful she was there for me.

Dianne B

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