This course guide has everything you need to know about
our Introduction to Hypnosis Training.

Course Description

This introductory training is for psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, nurses, and other medical professionals who are interested in learning how to use hypnosis to assist clients with their desired behavior modification through access to the subconscious mind. Accessing the subconscious mind allows the professional to guide the client to the source of their dysfunctional behavior patterns and create lasting change through post-hypnotic suggestions and NLP techniques such as ego strengthening, extinguishing unwanted patterns, reframing, anchoring a resource state, and collapsing anchors.

Upon completion of this training, trainees will be able to use hypnosis to address:

  • academic or athletic performance enhancement,
  • weight loss
  • smoking cessation,
  • stress management,
  • pain control and local anesthesia
  • self-hypnosis

This training consists of 15 hours of instruction and hands-on practice in facilitating hypnosis with adults for purposes of behavior modification. Objectives of the course are to attain functional skills in facilitating hypnosis that are practical and ready-to-use. The course does not prepare participants to provide hypnotherapy to clinically treat issues such as trauma, PTSD, anxiety, addictions, depression, shock, phobias, or the like. Hypnotherapy is outside the scope of practice for which this introductory course is intended, and is available in our Six Day Hypnotherapy Certification course.

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