IAEBP Council of Management
The IAEBP is run on a day-to-day basis by a Council of Management, whose Members are drawn from the Fellows of the Association.
Jonathan Manning FIAEBP
IAEBP Administrator and Council Chairman
Jonathan has an honours degree in psychology and has been in private practice for over 20 years. As our representative, he was involved in constructive talks with the Dept. of Health about establishing a national regulator for hypnotherapy and was part of the team that wrote the first National Occupational Standards for hypnotherapy and acted as consultant later in the process of their proposed implementation. More recently he has taken part in the consultation process to explore a Federal Approach to Voluntary Self-Regulation and remains the IAEBP authority on regulatory matters. Jonathan has been a member of the council of management since 1998 and organised the national conferences from 1999 to 2004. He was awarded his Fellowship in 2001 for services to the profession. He is also the IAEBP Administrator. Apart from running two busy practices, Jonathan has many other interests. He runs a championship-winning classic rally car, having previously participated in motorcycle rallies on the continent. He is a keen student of architecture and design, especially garden design, his own garden being an oasis of calm and tranquility in a busy city. Jonathan is also chairman of the Thailand Philatelic Society, a position that takes him to many countries visiting exhibitions and fellow enthusiasts. For exercise, Jonathan lists dancing and coastal walks but assures us not in the Singing Butler style of Jack Vettriano. Email. Website
Karen Lally FIAEBP
Karen has been in full time private practice in Cheshire since 1993. She has treated many hundreds of clients from both the UK and abroad and her specialist area lies with her expert use of the original Neil French Therapy techniques. Karen was made a Fellow at the Conference in 2004. Karen has trained at an advanced level, she is a Clinical Supervisor and a Training Analyst and has taken many newly qualified therapists successfully through their own Personal Therapy. She is also well known to her local GPs and doctor’s surgeries, who regularly recommend clients to her for both emotional and psychological problems and suggestion therapy. Karen moved from Lincolnshire to Winsford, Cheshire in 1990, with her son Robert. Karen’s knowledge of hypnosis originated in 1989, through her father Martin Lally, who was a fully qualified member of the International Association of Hypnoanalysts. Martin passed away in May 1992 and this is what motivated Karen to become fully qualified and follow in her father’s footsteps.
Matthew Smale FIAEBP
Matthew runs a successful practice in St. Neot’s, Cambridgeshire and specialises in the treatment of sexual dysfunction, obsessions and impulse control disorders. In 2005 he was awarded a Fellowship by the IAPH in recognition of his skills and contribution to hypnotherapy. Email. Website
Stephen Chan FIAEBP
Stevie Chan is trained in counselling and NLP and runs busy hypnotherapy practices in Newry and Portadown and Belfast. He is presently the relaxation consultant for the Southern Area Hospice and, on numerous occasions, has lectured on hypnotherapy on behalf of Active Counselling Lisburn and Antrim and he has run stress management courses for teachers of the Southern Education Board. Stevie is also a lecturer and an expert in hypno-anaesthesia and medical hypnosis. Email. Website
Philip Blake FIAEBP
Philip has been a member of the organisation since 1985. His initial training as a therapist was with Neil French at HCB Bournemouth. This initial training unlocked a life-long passion and interest in people, personality and how this develops and changes as a result of significant life experiences. He is particularly interested in interventions connected to the area of childhood and adult trauma. Since qualifying as a therapist with HCB, Philip has continued his professional development with the Central School of Counselling and Therapy where he trained and qualified as a counselor. He has also passed the Advanced Diploma with the IAEBP and additionally received training in areas such as working with young people with problems such as autism and attention deficit disorder. Philip also has been trained in NLP and NHR. Philip runs a busy practice in Jersey in the Channel Islands and is a registered psychotherapist with Jersey’s Health and Social Services Department. He is consulted by clients for a wide range of problems and receives referrals from local GPs. Philip also occasionally lectures to counselling students at Highlands College in Jersey working toward their Diploma. Email. Website
Rob Smith FIAEBP
Rob has been practising hypnotherapy in Lincoln for over ten years and has become widely known throughout Lincolnshire and beyond for his successful methods of treatment. Rob has had a wide variety of training in both hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and psychology, as well as NLP. He has appeared on the radio discussing hypnosis, and has written articles for newspapers. He also gives lectures for health care professionals, as well as general talks for various organisations. Email. Website
Beaula Page FIAEBP
Beaula is a fully qualified and certified practitioner of Parks Inner Child Therapy, and is an Accredited Member of the National Council of Psychotherapists as well as being experienced in hypnoanalysis and cognitive psychotherapy. She specialises in helping people who have problems arising from adverse childhood experiences, or who have experienced significant loss or trauma either during their childhood or adult life. She has studied and attended courses and conferences on Trauma and Dissociation, and has taken EMDR Level 1 accredited training to help her clients in this regard. She was awarded a Fellowship by the IAEBP in 2015 in recognition of the huge contribution she made to the training and mentoring of students of hypnotherapy. Email. Website
Ginny Foy FIAEBP
Ginny is now retired from her busy practice in Stubbington, Hampshire. Highly qualified and respected, she is still able to advise and assist us when asked.