HYPNOTHERAPIST John Sellars is offering two subsidised places on a course to teach people the skills of clinical hypnotism.
The Sheffield-born practitioner is organising an eight-day course at Sheffield Hallam University, to be held over two long weekends starting on June 15.
At the end of the course attendees will gain a diploma and become fully-qualified clinical hypnosis practitioners.
“Hypnosis is traditionally thought to help with the common problems of stopping smoking and losing weight, yet it is increasingly being recognised as being beneficial in many other aspects of improved mental health and performance,” said John.
For details of the course and the assisted places, visit www.thehypnosiscentre.com