Become a Hypnotherapist


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Screen Shot 2014-05-05 at 10.51.48 AMA career in hypnotherapy gives you flexible working hours, an ability to expand your income and enables you to create the lifestyle you’ve always wanted while helping others.

Learning hypnotherapy is very well-suited to busy people who wish to train in a recognized modality and expect results quickly. In just a few months you will be able to graduate and begin practicing immediately as a fully qualified hypnotherapist.

The Diversified Client Centered Hypnotherapy course taught at the MHA has been taught in colleges and private institutions in the United States since 1989.  Thousands of program graduates have been allowed to achieve impressive results in their first years of practice with this dynamic and flexible approach to hypnotherapy.

In beginning your new career, the most important choice you make is one of your first:  choosing the right hypnotherapy certification training program for you. 

We suggest you ask the following questions to help establish the credibility of any Hypnotherapy Certification program you are considering.

1. Is the school licensed by the State of operation?

2. How long does the program take to complete? How many training hours? (The IMDHA, which continually sets the bar for the number of hours of training considered to be adequate, currently requires 220 hours of training for professional membership; our complete program is 410 hours).

3.  What books and resources are used to teach the course?  What type of critical reception have those materials received?  Are they considered respected, authoritative resources in the field?

4.  What is the program’s balance between teaching theory and hand’s on practice.  How long before I am able to perform hypnosis?

5.  Do you have a list of graduates I can speak with?

6. What specific professional education and support is offered during and after the course?

7. Will I be able to obtain professional indemnity insurance when I complete the course?

8. Who is teaching the course, what are their credentials and how long have they been practicing and training?

9. What is the total cost of the course and are there any hidden “extras” before I obtain my certificate of completion?

 

The answers to these questions should be open, clear and credible. If they are not, you may be talking to a less than reputable organization.