Month: April 2015 (page 1 of 3)

Are Chrysalis Courses Accredited by Reputable Professional Associations?

Before you take up a place on one of the Chrysalis Courses offered by Chrysalis Not For Profit, you may want to know if they’re accredited by reputable professional associations. Continue reading

Campaign Attempts to Change Depictions of Mental Health in the Media

A new campaign has been launched to change the “headclutcher” image that often characterises the mainstream media’s portrayal of mental health. Continue reading

Where and When Can You Take Chrysalis Courses?

You can train to become a counsellor if you take a number of Chrysalis courses offered by Chrysalis Not For Profit. However, there a number of practical factors you need to take into consideration before you choose which course is right for you. Where and when can you take Chrysalis courses?

Where can you take a Chrysalis course?

When you take a Chrysalis course you’re required to attend a full class, one weekend every month. We also ask you to meet with fellow students to arrange practice sessions. This means that you need to be in travelling distance of one of the venues where your chosen course is held.

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Hypnotherapy helping with your diet

There has always been a lot of interest in diets with many people seemingly on permanent diets. Although, it isn’t strictly true that many people are on diets, when in fact we are all on diets.


Whilst people’s diets may vary greatly, people’s definition of diet varies too. For some a diet is simply food, whilst for others it can be a stressful, depressing and negative word. Continue reading

Men Need More Counsellors

Statistics show that men suffer from a range of mental health issues but are far less likely to seek help than women.

Men are less likely than women to seek help for mental health issues

Data compiled by the Men’s Health Forum in 2014 shows that 12.5% of men have been diagnosed with a mental health issue. Men are just as likely to suffer from mental health problems as women, but research from My Time shows that the male half of the UK are four times less likely than women to seek help from their GP.

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