As an integrated therapist, I draw on all my training in a humanistic manner. I
have knowledge of humanistic counselling, transactional analysis, cognitive
behavioural therapy, psychodynamic therapy and I hold an interest in dream
analysis. These all work well with my training in clinical hypnosis. All of my
training has been within Plymouth & Exeter Universities.

It would seem S.O.H. Splendours of Hypnosis Corporate Training offers
conclusive benefits for any firm, as "Well-Being's" results states their research is
cost saving and has improvements in school effectiveness and standards. I
believe drawing on Well-Being research, Corporate Wellbeing can offer similar
results with my therapeutic know how working with firms who believe in the
wellbeing of staff.

• You will get improved recruitment and retention of current employers
• Decrease in absence rates due to sickness and stress related illness
• You will get improved staff motivation
• You will gain improved workplace communication and dynamic

S.O.H. Splendours of Hypnosis Corporate Training

Since I started Corporate Wellbeing, it would seem much corporate behaviour
could be revised for the better of the firm. It would seem my process seems to
be mediation between employers and employees enabling the firm's work force
to begin to feel more confident in speaking out where they may need assistance
in their work in hand. My facilitation encourages communication between the
firm and the work force promoting an ethos of consideration, caring and
understanding that will permeate throughout the company.

While I will be assisting the firm's work force in my programme, I will be
addressing each employee's wellbeing by therapeutic means. I will be instilling
preventative measures, rather than healing the symptoms, naturally if any
member of the firm would like to make an appointment with me privately, I will be
happy to meet their requirements privately out of employment working hours. My
corporate approach is to sustain any company's already in placed measures and
compliment them by drawing on my therapeutic idealisms.

• Within the public sector an average of 10.3 days of sickness absence
are taken per employee per annum.
• In 2004, sickness absence was costing the United Kingdom economy
£3.8 billion Pounds Sterling.
• Stress is considered a high-ranking causation of absence after
(Musculoskeletal disorders).
• It would seem with research, between 2003 and 2004 sickness in
primary schools who were not involved in Wellbeing increased by
15 within the same period.
• Sickness within secondary schools that were not part of the
Wellbeing programme increased for the same period by 5.
• It would seem results with Norfolk County Council drawing on the
Wellbeing programme over a period of 6 years an 80 improvement
on staff absence are demonstrated clearly.

Research obtained from the Well Being Project