Five Questions to Ask Your Hypnotist
Author: Karen Gray, Certified Hypnotist and Director of Green Mountain Hypnosis
1. Is your hypnotist professionally trained and certified?
Your hypnotist should be a Certified Hypnotist with the National Guild of Hypnotists, the leading national organization which provides professional certification for hypnotists.
Many novice-hypnotists get the initial training, and do not stay active in the organization. An active member in-good-standing should be able to provide you with a copy of their up-to-date annual certificate.
You will receive the most complete and thorough process from a hypnotist with a well-rounded background and education.
Many hypnotists get their initial training and stop there. Your hypnotist should attend national conventions and obtain specialty certifications on a regular basis to guarantee you the most effective, modern process. Evidence of continuing education is a must.
2. Is your hypnotist respected in their community and field?
When considering your hypnotist, you must look for proof. If you’re dealing with an amateur, they may have very little, if anything, when it comes to proof. They should also be able to provide you with recent client feedback.
3. Can you verify the hypnotist is insured?
Hypnosis is a natural ability of the mind, but it is also our business. The professional hypnotist will be insured with a liability policy. The amateur will not typically make the investment to protect themselves or you.
You can rest assured that we have professional liability insurance coverage for your protection. Our services are 100% safe, but it there for your peace of mind.
To perform any kind of service or run a business without insurance is irresponsible and dangerous.
4. Does your hypnotist perform their own sessions live and in-person at a professional office?
The experienced hypnotist knows that the most effective method of hypnosis is the live session. It’s true that clients can have success with a recorded session, but the success rate is exponentially higher when your program is custom-designed to meet your individualized needs.
At Green Mountain Hypnosis, your sessions are handled professionally by a live, experienced hypnotist. Be cautious of the hypnotist that invites you to their office and only has you listen to a CD with headphones. Why bother when you could have done that at home?
Green Mountain Hypnosis also has a professional education center for providing hypnosis education to the local community. In which location would you feel the most comfortable? A professional office space, or a stranger’s home?
5. Does your hypnotist offer a Free Confidential Consultation?
The choice to work with a hypnotist should not be stressful. For that reason, we offer a Free Confidential Phone Consultation. During the consultation, we will identify your goals and custom-design the best program for your success. You will learn about hypnosis and become comfortable with the process. We will answer any questions you may have.
Call us at (802) 566-0464 today for your Free Confidential Phone Consultation and start your journey to success!
Answers determine the level of professionalism.
If you find the hypnotist is deficient in any of these areas, it is a sure sign they are not a full-time professional, and there may be cause for concern. Answering these five questions will help you select the best hypnotist. You will be more relaxed knowing you are obtaining the services of an experienced professional.
What’s the next step?
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Karen Gray is a Certified Hypnotist, a Registered Nurse, and the Director of Green Mountain Hypnosis, a solution-oriented hypnosis practice in Hanover, New Hampshire. Her goal is to help her clients to empower themselves to achieve changes such as reducing stress and anxiety, overcoming fears, eliminating procrastination, removing unwanted habits, and relieving pain. For more information, visit www.GreenMountainHypnosis.com or call (802) 566-0464 for a Free Confidential Consultation.