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Professional Hypnotism for YOUR Well-Being
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How many scientific studies have concluded that Hypnotism
is a highly effective treatment?
Many! Here are just a few:
Is Hypnotism accepted by the Medical and Psychological Communities?
Hypnotherapy has been approved by the medical and scientific establishment as far back as the 19th century (England). The American Medical Association (AMA) and the American Psychological Association (APA) first recognized hypnotism as a valid medical procedure in 1958. Since 1995, the National Institute of Health (NIH) has recommended hypnotism as a treatment for chronic pain. In 1961 the AMA Council on Mental Health recommended that medical students receive 144 hours of training in hypnosis over a 9- to 12- month period at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In 1960 the APA endorsed Hypnosis as a branch of Psychology.
Can Hypnotism really help me with weight loss?
What is the cost of HypnoHelp?
Is Hypnotism covered by health insurance?
What exactly is Hypnotism?
Will I do or say anything under Hypnotism that I would not ordinarily do or say?
What actually happens during Hypnotism?
How long has Hypnotism been around?
What will happen during my first visit?
How many sessions will I need?
What is Regression?
What is Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)?
What if I have a medical or psychological diagnosis?
Are Hypnotism services confidential?
What is the Reasonable Person Test?
What is the Hypnosis Agreement?
What is your Code of Ethics?
The Code of Ethics of the National Guild of Hypnotists
Revised January 2012
The National Guild of Hypnotists requires its members to conform to the following ethical principles, and shall hold members accountable for any departure from these principles, which may include revocation of membership.
A. Client Welfare: Members shall make the physical and mental well-being of each client a prime consideration.
B. Client Safety: Members shall not engage in verbal, physical or sexual abuse of any client.
C. Practice Limits: Members shall use hypnotism strictly within the limits of their training and competence and in conformity
to the laws of their state.
D. Advertising: Members shall be truthful in their advertising.
E. Credentials: Members shall always be honest about the nature of their titles and degrees when referring to them to the
general public, the media, and within the confines of our profession.
F. Complementary Practice: Members shall neither diagnose, treat nor prescribe for clients regarding issues related to medical
or mental health conditions. Members shall work with clients only with the intent to enhance the client's own natural
restorative and coping abilities, and will make no therapeutic claims.
G. Reasonable Practice: Members shall withhold non-referred hypnotic services if a client’s behavior, appearance or statements
would lead a reasonable person to believe that the client should be evaluated by a licensed health care professional.
Members shall provide services to such clients only after evaluation and with the approval of the licensed health care
H. Colleagues: Members shall treat hypnotist colleagues without public defamation.
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Deborah Miller, BCH