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The Wellness InstitutePartner
The leading provider of hypnotherapy training for licensed mental health professionals

New course! Introduction to Hypnosis Training

This engaging, interactive course provides 15 hours of hands-on training exploring the hypnosis field. You will learn and practice the basics of how to induce and deepen a hypnotic trance, the use of suggestibility tests, ego strengthening, NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming), and Ericksonian techniques. This introductory course will prepare you for the ethical use and practice of hypnosis within the scope of enhancing performance (athletic, academic), stress and pain management, smoking cessation, and weight release.

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The Wellness InstitutePartner
The leading provider of hypnotherapy training for licensed mental health professionals

Hypnotherapy training: Can It Be Comprehensive and Cost-Effective?

 

Hypnotherapy is a cutting-edge method of helping patients and clients transform and move past their obstacles. You might have heard about it through your colleagues, or perhaps you read about it in a journal or online. Hypnotherapists are capable of helping clients heal from a variety of issues.

 Becoming a hypnotherapist can be a big boost to your practice. If you choose the right program, hypnotherapy training pays for itself in a short period of time. The trick is to find the right balance between quality training and economical program tuition.

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The Wellness InstitutePartner
The leading provider of hypnotherapy training for licensed mental health professionals

Finding focus in a very blurry world

It’s impossible to deny that the world is in a very chaotic state. It’s not that it hasn’t been this way before. What makes it different today is the tsunami of information our clients are subjected to from the moment they wake up until they go to sleep. The states of mind many find themselves in are anything but conducive to the kind of focused, careful work therapy requires.

Not only are many clients overwhelmed with the amount of information they receive, they’re also unduly influenced by the high intensity with which “news” is delivered. They are constantly being urged to go “left” or “right” with their thinking, with very little suggestion that they simply take in the information and decide what they think about it without pressure and persuasion from the outside world.

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The Wellness InstitutePartner
The leading provider of hypnotherapy training for licensed mental health professionals

Hypnotherapy: It works, and science tells us how

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are not always widely accepted as empirically provable modalities of treatment, but over time, it has become impossible for the scientifically-minded among us to deny how powerful it is. An article written recently for Time notes how effective hypnotherapy is for relieving pain and anxiety. It also acknowledges that it can help people stop smoking, lose weight, and sleep better. In addition, self-hypnosis is a tool many people use to manage stress and reduce strain so that it has less of a negative impact on their mental and physical health.

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