Grex-Rothery College aims to provide its students with the opportunity to study and graduate in Sanomentology and Post-Materialist Psychology processes, with training offered online through Zoom or video recordings so that people can adapt it to their daily life.
It was founded by Chesterfield-based therapist Martin Rothery, the creator of Sanomentology, a holistic therapeutic method that he says can help people with various problems or conditions – such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). ) and severe morning sickness – harnessing the power of their dreams.
Martin says college will allow enrollees to “unlearn everything that has held you back, learn how to solve and heal mental issues and many physical issues, and take on a whole new outlook on life by striving for your better future “.
He said: “We are looking at training people online over an academic year, initially in a degree, but while we run I’m going to see how we are accredited to offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
“It’s about training people to think differently, to be better people. The idea of a post-materialist mind is a mind that’s outside the brain.
“There is a lot of evidence that the mind doesn’t just reside in the brain, so it offers training in the theories and practices behind it, which will work alongside training in sanomentology.”
Martin, who first trained as a hypnotist and hypnotherapist, has been teaching people sanomentology for several years and wrote the Post-Materialist Psychology course.
He is now hoping to gain Grex-Rothery College accreditation from the exam regulator Ofqual and the education watchdog Ofsted – and is currently in the process of doing so.
Speaking about college, Martin added, “It’s a starting point in life… it’s a different form of education if we can get that enrollment so we can better prepare people to survive.
“Also if we can get official status then people will be able to get loans and there are a lot of people with the potential to become good therapists but they are unable to pay for decent training and they are jumping on. things like your cheap £ 20 online training which is dangerous.
“So it just allows more people to improve their own lives and, if they wish, to go on and improve the lives of others as well.”
The college will initially welcome those who wish to pay for the training themselves, with the intention of reaching a wider audience once official status is approved and one day opening a full-fledged college establishment.
Hopefully the first class will start in October and Martin says all the material is “written and ready to go”.