Five Questions To Ask Your Hypnotist
1. Is your hypnotist professionally trained and certified?
Many novice hypnotists get their training from a week long, or even a weekend workshop. There is absolutely no way to get a complete understanding of the concepts, let alone the practice needed, to begin to work with clients successfully. For the best results, ensure that your hypnotist is certified through a national or international organization. I am professionally trained and hold my certification through the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association.
2. Does your hypnotist have previous client feedback available?
When considering a hypnotist, you must first look for proof. If you're dealing with an amateur, they will have very little, if anything, when it comes to proof of their success. Ensure that they provide you with recent client feedback.
3. Can you verify that your hypnotist has insurance?
As a professional hypnotist, this is my business and my livelihood. Hypnosis is 100% safe and I carry professional liability insurance for your protection. Amateurs will not make the investment to protect you, themselves, or their businesses.
4. Does your hypnotist perform their own sessions live and in person?
The most effective method is the live session. Although one can have success with recordings, live sessions and a program custom made for you are exponentially more successful. Why bother with the hypnotist that sits you in a chair and plays a recording when you can have sessions professionally handled by a live, experienced hypnotist?
5. Does your hypnotist offer a free consultation?
Choosing a hypnotist should be free of stress which is why I offer a free confidential consultation. During this consult, we identify your goals and create a customized program for your success. You learn about hypnosis and I answer any questions you may have.
It all starts with your free consultation.
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Joshua Rey Peters, CHt
I am here to assist you on your journey to success.
Hypnosis results will vary from person to person.
Individual results should not be seen as typical of all clients.