UKCHO Executive Committee
My motivation at UKCHO is to see the Hypnotherapy Profession grow in stature as it is given the recognition it deserves. I hope I have brought some of my previous experience to the organisation. Prior to becoming a hypnotherapist, I ran my own busy antiques and design business working closely both locally and internationally with customers and colleagues. I championed many initiatives during that time.
I was involved in mentoring and education. I represented the interests of thousands of antique dealers during the then longest running select committee ever held in the House of Commons. I have always had an interest in people and the things that drive them, since training as a hypnotherapist I have never looked back and love my work. I work full time from two practices and online. I particularly enjoy working with hypnoanalysis. Nine years ago, `I opened my training school at Mid Kent College and set up online training for qualified therapists via TranceFormers Training. Very recently I have taken over the Professional Association The APHP & Professional Register
The APHP was established 22 years ago by Terence Watts
Zetta Thomelin Vice Chair and Treasurer
Zetta is Chair of the British Association of Therapeutic Hypnotists and Editor of their Journal, she also serves as a trustee of the Research Council for Complementary Medicine. She runs a private hypnotherapy practice in Deal and London, as well as a training school, Headtogether Training that offers practitioner level training, CPDs and workshops across a range of areas. Prior to her career in therapy Zetta worked in the Third Sector as CEO of Children with AIDS Charity and Vice Chair of Mama Biashara. She has also worked in the media as a Director of Chronos Group Publishing and as Group Head at News International. She brings a range of corporate, media and governance experience to her role at UKCHO.
Secretary – Stephanie Kirke
Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy – Susan Rodrigues
Association of Professional Hypnosis & Psychotherapy – Georgina McKinnon
British Association of Therapeutic Hypnotists – Zetta Thomelin
British Institute of Hypnotherapy – Stephanie Kirke
General Hypnotherapy Register – Georgina Broom
International Hypnotherapy Association – Helen Fogg
National Association of Counsellors, Hypnotherapists & Psychotherapists – James Hammond
National Board of Modern Psychotherapy – Matthew Cahill
National Council for Hypnotherapy – Tracey Grist
National Society for Talking Therapies – Andrew Turnbull
Scottish Hypnotherapy Foundation – Martin Armstrong-Prior
Co-opted as Persons of Knowledge & Expertise – Patrick Browning and June Hale
Website Designer – Chris Ryan-Taylor
Comms and Research Sub Committee
Mia is a Neurolinguistic psychotherapist and clinical hypnotherapist, consultant on trauma and trauma related difficulties, founder and director of In Cognition UK; serves as Chair of the BPS North West branch.
BA( Honours), MBPsS, PGDip
“Single voluntary self-regulatory bodies should be established for the Complementary and Alternative Medicine professions most widely practised in the United Kingdom and these bodies should have a single independent body funded by registration fees and a Governing Council made up of a balance between professional and lay members”.