Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapy is an Evidenced Based Approach
Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapy (QCH) launched a unique research project in 2011. Using a team of QCH therapists, clients with anxiety and depression were assessed using the same outcome measures currently used to assess the effectiveness of talking therapies within the NHS. The pilot study was published in the Mental Health Review Journal in 2015. It recorded that, using 118 cases measuring the effectiveness of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for the treatment of depression and anxiety, 71% considered themselves recovered after an average of 4 sessions. This compared to an average of 42% for other approaches using the same measures (like CBT). To our knowledge, this is the only hypnotherapy approach to have been validated in this way. For further information concerning the research project and pilot study released in the Mental Health Review Journal please visit the evidence-based therapy research page.
The difference between QCH and traditional HypnotherapyQuest Cognitive Hypnotherapy is a blend of different therapies such as NLP, Positive Psychology, Gestalt and Hypnotherapy to name a few and is different from traditional Hypnotherapy. Here’s a short video created by the founder of Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapy, Trevor Silvester about the difference. If you have any questions then please do get in touch with me.
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