How Does The Hypnotherapy Trainer Program Work?
How does the hypnotherapy trainer program work?
Well, there are two parts. The first part is a 10 week online video training. Now,
this is not a training where you just get 10 weeks of videos and you're off on your own.
This is ten weeks of videos where you receive about two and a half to three hours of video
and you get a bit of homework each week. But the more important part of this is that each week we
meet together-you and the rest of your classmates meet together on a live zoom meeting, so that you
get all your questions answered for that week.
The last thing I would ever do is just say "here-take
these videos and do what you want."
You're going to have questions through the process.
The second part of my hypnosis training program is the practice part. This is the online practice
part and this is where you get to practice as the client- and as the hypnotist. This is where you get
to hone your skills so that you become effective at helping clients reach the state
of hypnosis, teaching them what they need to do to make changes and helping them as they move forward.
The training I teach is Certification Training with the National Guild of Hypnotists.
One of the reasons I chose NGH back in 2001 to get my training from, is because they have
over 25 years of videos and audios from every convention they've ever held. This means there
are thousands and thousands of training videos and audios that any that all of us can use.
If something comes up and we want to know how another hypnotist handles the issue,
we can just take a look at the videos and learn. These videos cover a wide range of subjects,
from sports, fear of public speaking, fear flying, even how to use a
NLP neuro-linguistic programming technique.
These videos are a treasure trove and all of us who take advantage and learn more from other experts in our field - we're the ones who are effective at helping our clients.
I invite you to learn more.
Feel free to schedule a call so I can answer any of your questions.