NGH Hypnosis Certification
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Certification Courses
Would you like to receive training as a Certified Hypnotherapist or Certified Hypnotist? You have come to the right place.
When you train as a professional hypnotist or hypnotherapist you learn how to help people be more successful! You can work either part time or full time. You can work independently in your own practice, out of your home or in a professional office.
You can also work with other professionals receiving referrals from counselors, psychologists, psychiatirests and physicians.
Many hypnotists and hypnotherapists specialize in the field, while others are professionals in other fields and use hypnosis as an adjuct to the other services they provide.
This work is extremely satisfying work, and once you have established yourself as a skilled professional it can be very satisfying financially as well!
The National Guild of Hypnotists was established in 1951 by an enthusiastic group of hypnotists and Dr. Rexford L. North, Director of the Hypnotism Center of Boston, MA. With in a short time, local chapters were formed and operated in many major cities throughout the US and Canada. Important resources published by the National Guild of Hypnotists through the years have been The Journal of Hypnotism and The Hypno-Gram, the very first publications devoted exclusively to the field of hypnotism.
This unique organization continues to encourage an eclectic exchange of ideas, fellowship, mutual trust and cooperation among members--while promoting and protecting the art, science and philosophy of hypnotism.
The National Guild of Hypnotism provides a service for the nation, of testing and certifying Hypnotherapists. To be certified, a hypnotherapist must attend and graduate from a recognized hypnosis school, or pass a rigorous test demonstrating his or her skills. In addition to remain certified, the hypnotherapist must remain in good standing and continue to develop his or her skills by continuing his or her education in hypnotism.