73. Developing Clinical Hypnotherapy

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73. Developing Clinical Hypnotherapy

 

 

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1 Abstract 16
1.1 Background to the profession 16
1.2 Research Aim 17
1.3 Methodology: Brief outline 18
1.4 Synopsis of results 19
1.5 Synopsis of conclusions 20
2 Introduction: Overview 21
3 About Delphi Methodology 26
3.1 Summary: Delphi Methodology 26
3.2 History: Delphi Methodology 27
3.3 Description: Delphi Methodology 28
3.4 Selecting Delphi methodology 32
3.5 Strengths: Delphi Methodology 33
3.6 Limitations: Delphi Methodology 35
3.7 Other research undertaken by Delphi Methodology 37
4 Background to the research question 39
4.1 Clinical hypnotherapy: A health profession? 41
4.2 Clinical hypnotherapist: A health professional? 42
4.3 Profession and professionalism: Who decides? 42
4.4 The literature: Transition to a profession? 42
4.5 Professionalism: Concepts 43
4.6 Professionalisation: Process 45
4.7 Clinical hypnotherapy: The profession and professionalisation 46
4.8 Clinical hypnotherapy: Current educational models 47
4.9 Clinical hypnotherapy: Professional competencies 50
4.10 Clinical hypnotherapy: Determining foundational practitioner competencies 51
4.11 Clinical hypnotherapy: Pedagogy 52
4.12 Using Delphi Methodology: Clinical hypnotherapy education 55
4.13 Clinical hypnotherapy: Educational framework 56
4.14 Curriculum 57
4.15 Curriculum: Development process 58
5 Research Methodology 60
5.1 Introduction 60
a. Filtering Process 62
5.2 Identifying Stakeholders 63
5.2.1 Peak bodies 66
5.2.2 Professional associations 66
5.2.3 Australian Teaching Institutions 68
5.2.4 Additional Stakeholders 68
5.3 Setting up the survey 71
5.4 Applying the Delphi Methodology 72
5.5 Delphi methodology: Number of survey rounds 72
5.6 Survey questions: Round one 72
5.7 Round one questions: Distilling and grouping 73
5.8 Round one: Process 78
5.9 Stakeholder: Email 80
5.10 Email: Participation 80
6 Results 82
6.1 Introduction 82
6.2 Results details 83
6.3 Consensus and high agreement 109
6.4 Summary of the results 109
6.5 Description of the cohort 111
6.6 Details of Round 1 113
6.6.1 Responses to invitation emails 113
6.6.2 Survey: Round 1 details 114
6.6.3 Survey: Round 1 results 116
6.7 Survey: Round 2 details 117
6.8 Survey: Round 2 results 117
6.9 High Agreement (near consensus) 118
7 Survey questions and responses 122
7.1 Ethics (summary) 126
7.2 Governance (summary) 126
7.3 Concepts (summary) 127
7.4 Techniques (summary) 127
7.5 Practical (summary) 127
7.6 Education (summary) 127
8 Survey: Category Summary and Discussion 129
8.1 Ethics 129
8.2 Governance 130
8.2.1 Governance: Quality assurance and best practice 131
8.2.2 Governance: Professional recognition 136
8.2.3 Governance: VET sector accredited 138
9 Concepts 142
9.1 Concepts: Counselling and psychotherapy 142
9.2 Concepts: Clinical hypnotherapy adjunct techniques 145
9.3 Concepts: Suggestion 146
9.4 Concepts: Business and marketing 147
9.5 Concepts: Practical work in general 151
9.6 Concepts: Scripts 153
9.7 Concepts: ‘Hypnosis’ and ‘hypnotherapy’ 153
9.8 Concepts: Research 155
10 Clinical hypnotherapy education: Discussion 158
10.1 Clinical hypnotherapy: Introduction to categories 163
10.1.1 Clinical hypnotherapy category: Fundamental (AQF level 4 – Certificate IV)164
10.1.2 Clinical hypnotherapy category: Intermediate (AQF level 5 – Diploma) 179
10.1.3 Clinical hypnotherapy category: Advanced (AQF level 6 – Advanced
Diploma) 192
10.2 Concepts: Past life work 203

11 Practical: Demonstration of skills 206
12 Clinical hypnotherapy: Professional attributes 210
13 Clinical hypnotherapy education 215
14 Final comments 220
15 Results summary 221
15.1 Assessment of results 221
16 Conclusion 223
16.1 Why is the study important? 224
16.2 Areas of Consensus 226
16.2.1 Ethics 226
16.2.2 Governance (summary and questions) 226
16.2.3 Concepts (summary and questions) 227
16.2.4 Techniques (summary and questions) 231
16.2.5 Practical (summary and questions) 233
16.2.6 Education (summary and questions) 234
16.3 Areas of High Agreement 235
16.3.1 Ethics (summary and questions) 235
16.3.2 Governance (summary and questions) 235
16.3.3 Concepts (summary and questions) 236
16.3.4 Techniques (summary and questions) 236
16.3.5 Practical (summary and questions) 236
16.3.6 Education (summary and questions) 236
16.4 Areas of No Consensus 237

16.4.1 Ethics 237
16.4.2 Governance (summary and questions) 237
16.4.3 Concepts (summary and questions) 238
16.4.4 Techniques (summary and questions) 239
16.4.5 Practical (summary and questions) 239
16.4.6 Education (summary and questions) 240
16.5 Educational standards: Depth and level of training 240
16.5.1 Entry level into the profession 240
16.6 Qualifications and the related nomenclature 242
16.7 The ‘hypnosis’ and ‘hypnotherapy’ debate – or lack of it! 243
16.8 Quality assurance within the profession 245
16.9 Clinical hypnotherapists: Primary health professional 248
16.10 Clinical hypnotherapy as a therapy or hypnosis as an adjunct therapy 253
17 Ethics: Business and marketing 257
18 Clinical hypnotherapy pedagogy: Lack of research 260
19 Limitations of the research data 262
20 Summary 265
21 Concluding comments 266
22 References 269
23 Appendices 316

List of Tables
Table 1: Benefits of the Delphi methodology 35
Table 2: Limitations of Delphi methodology 36
Table 3: Clinical hypnotherapy training institutions 76
Table 4: Themes: Clinical hypnotherapy training courses 76
Table 5: Techniques within clinical hypnotherapy training courses. 77
Table 6: Results Details Table 109
Table 7: Primary working role of cohort 111
Table 8: Secondary work role 112
Table 9: Invitations to participate 113
Table 10: Round 1 Results 116
Table 11: Round 2 results 118
Table 12: Governance Questions 119
Table 13: Concepts Questions 120
Table 14: Techniques Questions 120
Table 15: Practical Questions 120
Table 16: Education Questions 121
Table 17: Cohort qualifications 123
Table 18: Length of initial training 124
Table 19: Years in practice 124
Table 20: Primary work role 125
Table 21: Secondary work role(s) 126
Table 22: Who Guidelines (WHO, 2005, p. 29) 135
Table 23: AQF pedagogical terms 161
Table 24 : AQF level 4 criteria 165
Table 25: Fundamental Skills 174
Table 26: AQF level 5 criteria 179
Table 27: Intermediate Skills 184
Table 28: Questions not relevant to day-to-day practice 186
Table 29: Question with high consensus – not relevant to day-to-day practice 187
Table 30: Questions relevant to day-to-day- practice 188
Table 31: Questions with indirect relevance 189
Table 32: AQF level 6 criteria 192
Table 33: Advanced Skills 195
Table 34: Questions related to Induction 197
Table 35: Hypnotic phenomenon questions 197
Table 36: Question on Metaphor 198
Table 37: Question on pain management 198
Table 38: Questions on Hypnoanalysis and Hypnoanalytical Techniques 200
Table 39: Question – Past Life hypnotherapy 204
Table 40: Questions related to ‘practical’ aspects 208
Table 41: Professional attribute questions 213
Table 42: Clinical hypnotherapy educations questions 217
Table 43: Consensus – Ethics 226
Table 44: Consensus – Governance 227
Table 45: Consensus – Concepts 230
Table 46: Consensus – Techniques 232
Table 47: Consensus – Practical 233
Table 48: Consensus – Education 234
Table 49: High Agreement – Governance 235
Table 50: High Agreement – Concepts 236
Table 51: High Agreement – Techniques 236
Table 52: High Agreement – Education 236
Table 53: No Consensus – Governance 238

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Table 54: No Consensus – Concepts 239
Table 55: No Consensus – Techniques 239
Table 56: No Consensus – Education 240
Table 57: Entry level into the profession 241
Table 58: Terms ‘hypnosis’ or ‘hypnotherapy’ 243
Table 59: Clinical hypnotherapy is a subset of other professions. 253
Table 60: Primary methodology 256
Table 61: Business and marketing – Consensus 257
Table 62: Business and marketing – High Agreement 257
Table 63: Business and marketing – No Consensus 258
Table 64: Question too precise 263
Table 65: Question with inherent qualities 264

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List of Figures and Illustrations Page
Figure 1 Miller’s pyramid of competence 44
Figure 2: Australian Qualifications Framework 58
Figure 3: Two Step Delphi process 110
Figure 4: Example consensus achieved 115
Figure 5: Example consensus not achieved 116
Figure 6: Example consensus almost achieved 118
Figure 7: Number of questions included in the survey 122

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