Is hypnosis compatible with Christianity?
Is hypnosis supported with research?
- click here – Notable Acceptance in the Support of Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis
- and click here – Intro to scientific research into hypnosis
- Find additional articles in the Research category here
How can I learn hypnosis?
All my clients learn multiple approaches that allow them to induce hypnosis. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.
If you desire to learn how to become a hypnotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, medical hypnotist, or lay hypnotist consult these hypnosis professional resources (click here)
Can I be hypnotized?
99.5% of healthy humans can be hypnotized because hypnosis is a very natural and normal state of mind that we all experience daily.
Try taking this fun hypnosis test (click here)
How can I pick the right hypnotist or hypnotherapist for me?
- Find someone with many years of experience (years of practice in the field give the hypnotist a lot of training that no schooling can offer).
- Look at how much “hypnosis” education they have (this is important, medical professionals, even psychotherapists and psychologists are not necessarily taught enough hypnosis).
- Look at how much “psychological” education they have. While hypnosis is very potent, it is important to understand the human mind and have the skill to navigate ab-reactions and any array of other issues the client might bring up during a session, this amount of skill often requires graduate school education or many years in the field as a mental health professional.
- Ask about their philosophical orientation or theory behind their practice.
- Ask for a phone consult, then go for an initial session so you can get to meet them and experience their style. Depending on your issue, ask about their approach and experience.
- Keep in mind, in most US states hypnotists can be lay people and they can be healthcare professionals (psychotherapists, mental health counselors, social workers, nurses, physicians and psychologists). A good hypnotist is a good hypnotists, lay or healthcare professional. Many medical doctors or even psychologists who might offer hypnosis might not have had enough training in this approach.
- Find someone that specializes in hypnosis, so that you know it is their passion and specialty.