Kim Manning, medical hypnotherapist web sites.
Academy for Continued Hypnosis Education provides hypnotherapy training, lectures and workshops in the USA & UK.
Kim Manning, Medical Hypnotherapist offers high quality professional training to hypnotherapists and hypnotists to their individual needs. Those who wish to learn more and are newly qualified and for those who would like to specialize in a particular field of hypnosis. Kim is the founder and president of the Academy For Continued Hypnosis Education, the ambition is to improve and enhance hypnosis techniques.
Kim is an accredited trainer (British) National Register of Advanced Hypnotherapists and international speaker.
David Kato’s website
Academy For Continued Hypnosis Education (International)
Training for hypnotherapists include:
The A.R.T. Of Hypnotherapy. Age Regression Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Hypno-
Psychological Communication & Body Language
Any Questions' regarding hypnotherapy
Difficult Clients & Writing Scripts
Hypnosis for Childbirth
Ante or Pre & Post Natal depression
Analytical & CBT
Anorexia, Bulimia, Eating Disorders
Anxiety Fears & Phobias
Building Web Sites
Building Your Practice
The Psychology of Depression & Therapeutic Modalities
Sexual Dysfunction -
Sexual Dysfunction -
David Kato is a Clinical Hypnotherapist / Psycho-
36880 Woodward Ave, Suite 107, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Call 248.433.3075 Fax 248.433.3078
Identifying normal dieting and abnormal eating disorders
by Kim Manning
APHP Conference Follow up from Hypnoversity Magazine 20
Kicking off the APHP conference on Saturday 27th October was Kim Manning from the U.S. Specialising in eating disorders, Kim described how constant and obsessive dieting can lead to eating disorders. Naked pictures of anorexic women were shown and as you might expect, were pretty shocking. But anorexia isn’t the only serious eating disorder, though it is the most likely to be fatal and is the most visually obvious. In our therapy rooms, we are more likely to see clients who binge, purge, starve or have other maladaptive eating patterns, or are simply trying to find a ‘magic’ diet
(hypnotherapy) that will help them to change how they look.
Of course what they really want is to change how they feel and believe changing their size or shape will do that.
There are a range of drivers behind disordered eating, with a positive intent such as soothing, numbing, anger,
identified in clients who develop restrictive eating patterns and these are helpful to consider when working
with such issues. Therapists need to be mindful of their client’s need to be in control, when selecting or creating
scripts and also their impatience and desire for instant change.
Kim’s presentation was fascinating and the topic increasingly relevant in our image obsessed society.
Kim, president of the Academy for Continued Hypnosis Education (ACHE) works closely with David Kato who
also delivers training in Eating Disorders in the U.S. And UK.