Hypnotherapists use hypnotism to help clients achieve positive changes in their lives.
What does a hypnotherapist do?Hypnotherapists use hypnotism to help clients deal with trauma, break addictions or achieve other positive changes in their lives. You’ll be working with a variety of clients, so excellent communication skills are a must. Most hypnotherapists work for are self-employed, so you’ll need good business skills.
What do I need to do to become a hypnotherapist?While there are no essential qualifications to become a hypnotherapist, taking a qualification which is approved by either the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH), the National Hypnotherapy Society or the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (GHSC) is highly desirable.
- NCH, National Hypnotherapy Society, or GHSC approved course
Where to find out more
Where could I be working?You will be working indoors, and could be self-employed or working for a small company.
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