A hypnotherapist works with ordinary people with ordinary problems. This dynamic hypnosis training course will teach you how to hypnotize, what to do in each of the 4-6 sessions your client will attend, how to construct a powerful post hypnotic suggestion, and how to set up and market your business. Hypnotherapy was accepted by the American Medical Association in 1958 as an effective way to modify behavior. Hypnotherapy can aid in smoking cessation, weight loss, compulsive behaviors, and other behavior modification.
DO YOU WANT TO HELP OTHERS? DOES YOUR LIFE LACK PURPOSE? Are you interested in creating a recession-proof career in which you can help people at the same time? Join us and become a Certified Hypnotherapist by the National Guild of Hypnotists. You may earn $95-135 per session!
Martha Wilks Harrison will mesmerize you with her southern charm and knowledge of hypnosis and its many uses for yourself as well as for clients or others you care about. She has had a private practice for 26 years and will share with you everything she has done and all you need to know to set up your own business.
Brigham Hypnosis Center was founded in 1987 by Martha Wilks Harrison, a licensed registered nurse and certified clinical hypnotherapist by the American Council of Hypnotists Examiners. She later affiliated with the National Guild of Hypnotists where she is currently a Board Certified Hypnotherapist and Instructor. She has used hypnosis as a tool to assist clients to take control of their lives in the areas of smoking, weight, peak athletic performance, compulsive sexual behaviors, and many other areas.
Scientifically verified, hypnosis is an effective way to create desired changes in behavior and encourage mental and physical well-being.
Hypnotherapy can help you to lose weight, quit smoking and overcome other compulsive behaviors. It can also help you to improve your game (bowling, golf, basketball, etc.), to have better concentration, reduce stress, sleep better and be free of physical pain.
How Well Does Hypnosis Work? Well enough that the American Medical Association endorsed it as an effective way to modify behavior in 1958.
|Medical Profession Endorses Hypnosis|
A Comparison Study of psychotherapy literature by psychologist Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. revealed the following recovery rates:
Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
Behavior Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
Hypnotherapy 93% recovery after 6 sessions
– American Health Magazine, Feb. 12, 2007
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As a member in good standing with the National Guild of Hypnotists, Martha follows the NGH Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Read them here: NGH Code of Ethics