UK Hypnotherapy Regulation Explained

Does hypnotherapy regulation confuse and overwhelm you?

You are not alone.  We get asked so many times to explain the state of the UK hypnotherapy regulation by people who are considering becoming a hypnotherapist, as well as actual trained hypnotherapists.

Most people get really confused by all the different associations and professional bodies and the myriad of acronyms, that they have no idea what they mean or what they stand for. Every hypnotherapy school seems to be accredited by this body or that body and it just seems so confusing and disorganised.

If you are about to enter the profession of hypnotherapy this information becomes even more important because you need to ensure your training is going to get you recognised by the appropriate regulatory bodies.

One hypnotherapy school might say that their course is credible because it is accredited by the hypnotherapy association X.  Another will suggest that their course is best because they are accredited by the hypnotherapy association Y, and the more websites you visit, the more the regulations become confused instead of clearer.

So all you can really do is call up a school or a hypnotherapy professional association to see if they can help you to understand what you need to do to get a recognised and bona fide qualification and to ensure that you get the right hypnotherapy training.

One of the problems is that many schools and professional associations have less than transparent relationships.  They may be biased in their advice and, in fact when we have “mystery shopped” (an unnamed paid researcher calls organisations to test the credibility of organisations response to set questions), some questions were answered in a confusing way and some questions were answered in an unintentionally misleading way.

Our “Hypnotherapy Regulation Explained” report cuts through the confusion

In our short report “UK Hypnotherapy Regulation Explained”, we have put together a comprehensive overview of how the current UK hypnotherapy regulation is structured, who are the main players and how to navigate the mire successfully to achieve the training and qualifications that will set you up for your new career.

The author of this report, Paul White, was instrumental in guiding the profession to its current voluntarily regulated status. When he was the Chairman of the National Council for Hypnotherapy, and later as a Director of The UK Confederation of Hypnotherapy Organisations, he was able to advise and suggest ideas and solutions to help expedite the journey towards regulation and to ensure that it met the needs of professional hypnotherapists.

In this report, he reveals the role of each body or professional association in the industry and how they regulate or help the hypnotherapist. What are the particular strengths of these organisations and how they can affect your career path.

Because Paul wrote this report from his view as the Chairman of the leading not-for-profit hypnotherapy professional association, he had no particular agenda to follow, only to ensure that the members he represented at the time were helped to understand what was going on in their industry.

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Specifically you’ll discover:

  • Which hypnotherapy associations are credible, focusing on, for example, their membership role; are they open and transparent in their accounting procedures; are there any informal/formal relationships between training schools and the professional associations; are they truly independent. He will provide you with the questions some training schools and professional associations may find difficult to answer or be reluctant to discuss.
  • How the hypnotherapy profession is currently regulated
  • How to avoid training that leads to nowhere
  • How to ensure that you can make an informed choice about your career path

The people that have already read this report have said

It has helped me to understand how, and by whom, the profession is really regulated.  I found it a great help in choosing the right hypnotherapy training that suited my needs.”

What is a report like this worth?

Now you may be wondering how much this report is going to be…

And that’s a fair question when you consider that if you are about to book a hypnotherapy diploma course you are probably about to spend around £3000+ and making the wrong choice could mean wasting your money.

However, the reason Paul wrote this report was to ensure that this information was readily available to EVERYONE who is a hypnotherapist, as well as those people about to enter into the profession.

Here’s the good news.  At this moment in time, we are going to give you the full report completely free.

So, if you want to break free of all the confusion and misinformation that seems to surround the hypnotherapy profession, all you need to do is complete the short form below and we will send you the report immediately.

The very fact that you are on this page means that you have been struggling to understand the structure of the profession. Having read this report you can use your understanding to make the right choices for your future career path.

Imagine what it will feel like to have a crystal clear vision of the industry so you can make decisions based on facts and not hearsay. You’ve identified your new career path, you can now create a powerful plan of action and you can finally start your journey and create the life you’ve always dreamed of.

UK Hypnotherapy Regulation Report

So, get your copy of the “UK Hypnotherapy Regulation Explained” right now by completing the form below.


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