Schedule


(Level 1 enrollees must have completed our free introductory 2 day Foundations in Hypnosis course prior to admission)

Foundations in Hypnosis

Saturday/Sunday, February 7/8;

Saturday/Sunday, February 14/15

Level 1

(110 hour training; requires completion of 2 day Foundations in Hypnosis training)

Saturday/Sunday February 28,March 1; 9 AM to 6 PM
Wednesday evening March 4; 6:30 to 9 PM
Wednesday evening March 11; 6:30 to 9 PM
Saturday/Sunday March 14/15, 9 AM to 6 PM
Wednesday evening March 25; 6:30 to 9 PM
Saturday/Sunday March 28/29; 9 AM to 6 PM
Plus outside study and practice; completion comprises 110 hours of student time investment.

Level 2

Hypnosis 301

Saturday/Sunday April 11/12; 9 AM to 6 PM

Saturday/Sunday April 25/26; 9 AM to 6 PM

Wednesday evenings:  tentatively April 22 & 29.  If unanimously the class is able to meet on April 15, (tax day) then we will meet on the 15th and 22nd rather than the 29th.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR 301.  EARLY BIRD DEADLINE IS MARCH 27TH.

 

Hypnosis 401

Dates TBD

All training dates will be weekends and Wednesday evenings.  Dates will be finalized and communicated as soon as possible on an ongoing basis.

All Modules also include out-of-classroom assignments.  The complete program, Hypnosis 101 through 401 provides 220 hours of instruction and qualifies graduates for membership in the prestigious International Medical & Dental Hypnosis Association (IMDHA).

Missed classes can be made up by watching videos of the missed class or paying for individual instruction on the topics missed.  Missed classes must be made up in one of these ways.

What certifications does each level confer?

Completion of Level 1 (101/201) grants the successful graduate the certificate of Master Hypnotist; completion of Hypnosis 301 grants the successful graduate the certificate of Hypnotherapist; completion of Hypnosis 401 grants the successful graduate the certificate of Master Hypnotherapist.

What does each level qualify the graduate to practice?

Hypnosis is a self-regulated field, and you can practice with each level of training; however, it is critical for your own development as a practitioner, for the safety of your potential clients, and for the integrity of the field of hypnosis that you never practice outside of the scope of your training.  For more information on what is covered at each level of training, please review the curriculum here.

Tuition information is located here.

Registration form is downloadable here (PDF):  MHA Application form 2015

The Student Application Form is available here:  MHA Online Student Application Form