Integration 2014 is a campaign to encourage better understanding amongst and between health professionals, mindfulness teachers and HR professionals so that a more balanced and co-ordinated approach can be taken to tackling some of the major challenges in the 21st Century.
We work together to organise skill-sharing meetings and grants for training to extend your
expertise and encourage referrals
The campaign consists of a series of expertise-sharing meetings, discussions and trainings with associated scholarships and training grants for:
Working or aspiring to work with:
Size and weight conditions
Stress in pregnancy and effects on child development
Wellbeing of older people, their families and carers
No More Empty Slots
is a campaign to help hypnotherapists, psychotherapists, counsellors and hypno-psychotherapists get more work.
We need more therapists to win larger contracts. Please register your interest, without any obligation.
he ELK-Health Foundation began in 2000 as a research institute looking for ways to tackle stress and trauma. It used to be comprised of 3 sections – one part biomedical, one psychological and one drawing wisdom from both. It is this combination of studying body and mind simultaneously (called “Systems Psychobiology”) that makes The ELK-Health Foundation extraordinary - having wisdom about both physiology and psychology together.
n 2013, the Foundation changed its composition into The ELK-Health Clinics, ELK-Health Research and The ELK-Health College. This cycle of observations of the success of care programmes, followed by research, and then training for therapists and HR professionals in the findings is central and fundamental.
When new funding came to ELK-Health in 2012, it decided to seek partner organisations with similar values so that, together, they could make inroads into the modern mental wellbeing dilemma: With the number of people experiencing mental health challenges rising, how can people be encouraged to adapt a mental fitness régime? ELK-Health is proud to work with NICRS, NCHP and The National Society.
he National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy (NCHP)
The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy has been offering respected, evidence-based and independently accredited psychotherapy (including specialist clinical hypnosis) training since 1977.
Importantly, it is an organisational member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy, which is overseen by the Professional Standards Authority - the watchdog for all mainstream medical, dental and nursing organisations in the UK.
ICRS helps clinics to undertake research by paying the very best one-person, partnership, small-group and larger clinics, as well as hospitals - or by subsidising care & support programmes provided by them, thereby making the cost of care less to the patient or client.
NICRS advises creators of training programmes of the conclusions reached by this research, which concentrates on anxiety and depressive moods.
ICRS believes that there is no more effective way to teach health and HR professionals about the conditions that they have to deal with everyday, than to involve them in research.
NICRS encourages excellent clinics to become involved by providing support with statistics and write-ups - indeed in all aspects of publication and having hugely experienced teaching scientists available to new researchers.
Clinics in the scheme report increases in volume and quality of clients regularly.
he National Society for Hypnosis, Psychotherapy and Mindfulness (The National Society)
For over 30 years, The National Society has protected and guided the public. It provides advice and direction in choosing therapists, group teachers and coaches, improving the nation’s wellbeing and productivity by providing cost effective support to individuals and organisations of the highest standards.
As well as services to the public, including a transparent complaints procedure, The National Society has a long history of efficiently managing the complexities of not one, but 7 professional registers - making sure that those on the registers maintain their standards and undertsanding through regulation and education.
egisters are for hypnotherapists (people trained specifically to safely and effectively administer clinical hypnosis to members of the public), hypno-psychotherapists (psychotherapists also qualified to use hypnosis where indicated), psychotherapy supervisors, mindfulness teachers, mindfulness-based therapists, mindfulness-based coaches and supervisors for mindfulness teachers and supervisors for mindfulness-based therapists.
Please register with us by visiting the 'Get more info' page. When we have received your details we will get in touch with you with more information.
We train more therapists to work with mindfulness than any other organisation. We train more mindfulness teachers in hypno-psychotherapy than any other organisation. More HR professionals in integrated therapies and coaching to reduce absenteeism, more dentists in integrated anxiety programmes. If you would like to talk to somebody or ask questions about any of our courses or information then please contact us on
+44 (0) 1962 828 784
We work together to organise skill-sharing meetings and grants for training to extend your expertise and encourage referrals.
All of our courses can be used as part of the pathway to become a United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP) Registered Psychotherapist.
The UKCP is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, which oversees the medical, dental and nursing bodies and those of almost all health professionals in the UK.