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The National Register of Hypnotherapists & Psychotherapists - Established in 1985

Personnel

Welcome to the personnel page where you will find information on the members of the Board.

 

NRHP Board

Patron: Ken Ward-Atherton, Lord of Witley & Hurcott

 

Chair of Ethics Committee:  Jane Watson

Jane WatsonJane is qualified to Masters Level in both Psychology and Education and became a Psychotherapist in private practice in 2000. After being elected to the Executive of NHPC she was instrumental in its merger with NRHP, joining the board in 2008. She has been a UKCP delegate since 2007. Jane is an occasional trainer and qualified supervisor but makes a point of speaking up on behalf of 'ordinary' practitioners at every available opportunity.

Please see www.janewatson.com for more information.

 

Jean Chesworth

Jean has a degree in education and 23 years' experience as a teacher to senior management level, with expertise in special needs and assessment.  She subsequently gained her Diploma with NCHP and also qualified as a Life Coach with Coaching Academy.  She has been in private practice as a hypno-psychotherapist and a member of NRHP for over 18 years.   

Please see www.jeanchesworth.co.uk for more information.

 

Irene Loudon



As a trichology student in the 1980s, Irene was introduced to the therapeutic value of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy for emotionally disturbed patients.  Aiming for excellence in my practice, I embarked on a course of training with the National College and became a member of the NRHP in 1988.  Due to the diversity and complexity of client and patient needs presenting, I have widened my qualifications over the years to embrace a broad spectrum of treatment methods.  These include cranio-sacral therapy, sound therapy, phytotherapy, allergy and environmental therapy, kinesiology.  She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health, Senior Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine and for her service to humanity, she has been bestowed the title of Dame by the Sovereign Order of St John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller.

Please see www.advanced-alternative-medicine.co.uk for more information.

 

John Pilling

John has been working full time within the industry for the past ten years in which time he has adapted and continued to develop his understanding of the issues that therapists face personally and globally.  He works therapeutically within the education sector (notably 11-16 year old students) on a daily basis helping to assist change and transition for troubled teenagers.  He has more recently been developing his private work to increase his profile as a therapist and reach a wider audience.  His intention is to make people aware that during this time of economic austerity, self-esteem and being emotionally intelligent is vital in building strong feelings of resilience and goal orientated focus.

Please see www.hypnotherapychorley.co.uk for more information.

Charlotte Copeland - co-opted April 2016

 

Charlotte Copeland


Charlotte Copeland is the owner and clinical director of SafeHaven Trauma Centre Ltd and SafeHaven Critical Incident Stress Management Ltd. The centre specialises in the treatment of psychological trauma and is based in Cheshire. Charlotte is a psychotherapist and advanced craniosacral therapist who has specialised in mind-body health throughout her career.

Charlotte acts as lead psychotherapist for the Haematology Department at Central Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Charlotte is involved in on-going research into the effects of psychotherapeutic support for haemato-oncological patients. In 2015 her initial research in this area was the first submission from the Trust’s Haematology department to receive a prize at the British Society for Haematology medical conference.

Currently Charlotte is completing her Master’s degree in Therapeutic Practice for Psychological Trauma at the University of Chester. Here her research, through SafeHaven Trauma Centre, is exploring combination therapy (psychotherapy with craniosacral therapy) as a new method for effective PTSD treatment.

Please see www.safehaventraumacentre.com for more information.

 

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