"I have followed the work of Andrew Austin for a number of years now. He is utterly engaging as a speaker and trainer, and will often challenge perceptions you might have with his often controversial style. What I like about training with Andy is that he has real world experience from his private practice, not just uber-compliant course delegates, and will do whatever he needs to do in order to help people change. His time in Neurosurgery and pragmatic commitment to excellence have given Andrew a unique take on therapy and change. I also like the way he inoculates against some of the barmier therapies with a dose of common sense. I have trained with Andrew on several occasions, He is massively congruent in what he does, as he has worked with some really extreme cases therapeutically, His trainings represent extremely good value, and have personally revolutionised my private practise. Anyone who is interested in personal development, therapy or coaching should train with him."
Alan Whitton, Hypnotherapist and Trainer
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Andrew T. Austin is one of the UK's leading therapists and trainers. He runs training courses internationally and still sees clients for one to one sessions in the South of England and also is avaialble for sessions via Skype. With his work heavily influenced by British psychiatrist, R.D. Laing and Chicago based innovator and writer, Charles Faulkner, Andrew T. Austin is one of the UK's most sought after therapists.
"Andy Austin is an intelligent and entertaining trainer. He demonstrates high standards regarding working with clients and more importantly, he trains you to become aware of yourself as the clinician/coach in all types of situations. His material is very useful for individuals who want to increase their therapeutic skills. He cleverly leads students to find the answers within and then offers new ideas to challenge their learning even more. I have enjoyed my experiences learning from Andy and I recommend him as a trainer." Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Co-director The NLP Center of NY
In 2009, Andrew assisted the BBC with their one of their 'Inside Out' programs investigated the fake regulation and certification that is common to hypnotherapy and is a regular consultant to TV production companies.
Andrew T. Austin regularly teaches overseas including USA, India, Japan, Sweden, Ireland, Israel, Poland and Holland.
Each year Andrew takes on a project and for 2013 he was focusing on the treatment for deliberate self harm and in 2014 is developing the forensic applications of his metaphors work.
His therapeutic model of Integral Eye Movement Therapy has proven to be a treatment of choice amongst many therapeutic professionals and is now taught internationally to therapists wishing to expand and develop their clinical practice. More recently his work entitled, Metaphors of Movement has been receiving critical acclaim from around the world and is being seen as a major advancement in the therapeutic field.
Austin's hugely popular book, "The Rainbow Machine - Tales From a Neurolinguist's Journal" edited by Steve Andreas and published by Real People Press is available via Amazon. Sample chapters can be read here.
There are a number of online program available:
Metaphors in My Attic - contains all the material from Level 1 Metaphors of Movement training.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - treatment options for PTSD.
Identity Panorama - collaboration with Lucas Derks on identity issues and psychotherapy.
Slimming in My Attic - all the material from the popular workshop, "Weight Loss - A Neurolinguistic Perspective."
Mirror Visual Feedback - lecture material and complete client demonstrations.
“Andy Austin’s Rainbow Machine will have you laughing, gasping in horror and awe, and wishing like hell that you lived close enough to him to get an appointment. He is the British Milton Erickson.”
- Bill O’Hanlon, author of Change 101 and many other books about brief therapy.
"In a field filled with pretense, Andy's evident openness and curiosity for what is and what could be are very welcome... in addition to his considerable skills." - Charles Faulkner
"A sincere thank-you to you, you were like a friend who talked a lot of sense." - R. G., Client
"My mum tried to teach me that talking and listening to strange men was dangerous - and so it can be. Having worked personally and professionally with the work of Andrew T. Austin for the last 3 years I am so very glad I ignored her advice." Gill Eardley, therapist.