Feb 2013

Feb 2013
Diploma awards

Friday 14 May 2010

Hypnotherapy training courses September

Wellerassociates will be running hypnotherapy diploma courses from Sept. 2010 at the Holiday Inn Express Swindon and Jury’s Milton Keynes.
Principal Sam Weller has been a hypnotherapist for 20 years trained by the renowned Gil Boyne.
The GHR standards consul validates the course.

Sams training experience, Regional training manager for a large financial services company, Tutor for Chrysalis and Director of Training for the Academy of Clinical and Medical hypnosis.

The hypnotherapy diploma course will be run over 5x 2-day modules with emphasis on practical application.

3 months of coaching /supervision/ support will be offered at no extra cost.

No interest is charged for instalment payments.Course fee £1750 20% discount full payment.
20% discount hypnotictracks club members

Further details
Sam Weller Principal SQHP (Senior Qualification Hypnotherapy Practise)
01608 645445

“Sam’s experience in sales and proactive marketing was a helpful tool in the training as it gave a real insight into how a therapist can develop quickly and what is effective at securing clients. He also has a vast knowledge of different techniques which were brought in when relevant to the training.

Sam was personable and enjoyable to work with. I didn’t feel I was being ‘trained’ I felt as if he was helping me to learn. Too many people cannot connect with their classes and talk at the students, with Sam it was very much a synchronised effort to learn the knowledge and I felt that they really cared about my qualification”.

Tom Blackman
UK body building champion

Our training centres are within easy reach of the following
Milton Keynes for
Bedford,Northampton,Watford,Luton,Slough,Aylesbury,Bicester,Banbury,Stevenage,Milton Keynes,High Wycombe,Oxford,Buckingham,Hemel Hempstead,Dunstable,Rugby,Coventry,Buckinghamshire,Northamptonshire,Bedfordshire,Hertfordshire,Oxfordshire

Swindon for

Wiltshire,Berkshire and Somerset

Free hypnosis session.

As an introduction we will be running a free online group session on Saturday 5th of June @6.00pm (This particular session will be based on relaxation and confidence)

Your link http://samweller.imedialibrary.com/index.php?genre=2

You will see and hear Sam and there is a chatroom for discussion afterwards.
The session will be run exactly the same as a one to one hypnotherapy session.

Our usual fee for this type of session is £35

We are now able to offer a full range of services for clients that wish to use hypnotherapy in the format best suited to them.

· From one to one hypnotherapy £65 per session
· Live Online hypnotherapy sessions £35
· Hypnotictracks downloads £22.50 with full ongoing coaching back up and support
· Basic download £9.99

Saturday 8 May 2010

Oxford Utd Football Club

I have been asked many times over the years about my involvement with Oxford Utd football club during the 2005/06 season. It was not a secret; neither did I advertise it either. So here is what happened.
My work with them came about via an introduction from Dave Beesley of B-Line to the club secretary Mick Brown.
Mick introduced me to Brian Talbot the manager and ex-England midfield player.
The next step was an address to the first team squad and 10 of the players stepped forward wishing to be involved.
The players were very professional and straightforward to work with, and during the period 2 wins and 2 draws were achieved.

The techniques employed had to be modified to work around Monday’s training day with individual sessions for each player. These had to be shortened so that the last players to be seen were not hanging around too long. I decided against group sessions

However as the club was at the foot of the table to begin with this was not enough for the chairman Kassam,and Brian was sacked to be replaced by Darren Patterson, who was replaced days later with a fanfare of balloons and dancing girls by Oxford Utd legend Jim Smith and new Chairman Nick Merry.
Neither understood the importance of mental preparation, my involvement ceased, and unfortunately the team was relegated to the Conference and lost its league status.
Both later stepped down.
The club have since returned to the league guided by new manager Chris Wilder.

Working with the club though was a great experience.

I leave you with comments from long serving goalkeeper Billy Turley

“I have worked with Sam on a 121 basis when he was mental preparation coach at the club, earlier this year.
I have found his techniques to be effective and therefore have downloaded all the tracks from the Sport Achievement section.
I cannot say just how beneficial the tracks have been to me this season”.