About UKGHP

The UK Guild of Hypnosis Practitioners is a membership organisation and certifying body for professionals who use hypnotic trance and associated techniques such as NLP. Formally known as UK Guild of Hypnotist Examiners, it was founded by hypnotherapy trainer, Wilf Proudfoot, in 1983, making it one of the oldest hypnotherapy organisations in the UK.

Over the years UKGHP has developed into a broad based membership organisation of practitioners using hypnosis for life coaching, business, creativity, sport, music, midwifery, counselling and, for its most common use, hypnotherapy. UKGHP members believe in the power of trance and working with the unconscious mind. They have experienced the usefulness of hypnosis in a variety of contexts and seek to help people and organisations achieve their potential.

UKGHP Unconvention 2020

Cancelled due to the Coronavirus situation

Strewth, what's the truth?
This year's Unconvention programme is an exploration of truth and what it means to each of us. We will examine this through trance, creativity, and experimentation.

It's true - until March 1st early bird rates available.
Join us on May 15-17 at Swarthmoor Hall, near Ulverston, South Lakes.

The Unconvention early bird fee: £120 for UKGHP members and £160 for non-members. This includes all sessions, evening dinner and entertainment on Saturday night, as well as afternoon tea on Friday. (NB, it does not include accommodation.)

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