Advantages of Hypnotherapy
- Hypnotherapy is one of the safest, quickest and most effective forms of treatment for the majority of psychological and emotional problems with few risks and side effects.
- Hypnotherapy fosters an attitude of independence and mastery in coping with problems and can also accelerate the healing process in many physiological problems.
- Positive aspects of hypnosis include the production of a much more profound level of relaxation with a concomitant reduction in stress levels.
- Doctors are becoming increasingly supportive of hypnotherapy as an aid to better health. It is a non-invasive therapy, complementary to orthodox medicine.
Hypnotherapy Can Help
The following list is not exhaustive but provides, in essence, fields in which hypnotherapy can be effectively utilized.
If you are interested in training as a hypnotherapist it is likely that you will have started to carry out some research, on hypnotherapy training courses available and the training schools which offer them, on the internet. Before long, I have no doubt, you will be looking for guidance! Learn more at http://pomm79.moonfruit.com/
Bearing in mind that you are likely to be facing a substantial investment with regard not only to course fees but your time and energy, you want to be sure that the hypnotherapy training course you choose is the optimum one. Unfortunately, it is a minefield out there! I hope that the following advice will give you some assistance in making your decision.
Please feel free to contact the school at any time to discuss anything which we may have inadvertently omitted to address here or to access contact information from graduates who have already had the ‘AWHI School of Hypnotherapy Experience’!
There are moves to achieve some form of regulation in the hypnotherapy profession, however as the situation stands presently, all regulation is voluntary.
As such anyone, even with little or no training, can call themselves a hypnotherapist. This also applies to the field of training. In both cases, therefore, recognition of the hypnotherapy training course by bona fide accrediting bodies is the only guide a person, seeking training in the field, has. Over the last decade, however, a plethora of ‘accrediting bodies’ have also developed though there are moves afoot to bring about some form of rationalization.
Just recently the two main lead bodies, the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council and The UK Confederation of Hypnotherapy Organisations have announced that they are to set aside any ‘differences of opinion’ and work together as the vehicle to lead the industry forward.’
The following are some additional frequently asked questions which I have tried to answer for you. You might, however, choose to ask any hypnotherapist you approach in order to give you a basis on which to evaluate their response(s).