Three Critical Things to Avoid in a Hypnosis Training

Determining what to look for and what to avoid when searching for Hypnosis Training can be overwhelming.

Most likely you have stumbled across dozens of schools offering Hypnosis Training. Some are in person, and some are online. Some are weekend trainings, and some are four-month trainings. And the prices? They can range from $10 up to $5900! So much to figure out - and so confusing!

I'm going to do my best to help you so you can make the best decision for your training. What's important is that you are armed with good solid information so you can easily make the best choice for you.

My name is Wendy Merron. I teach the National Guild of Hypnotists Certification Training Program online and live via Hypnotherapytrainer.com. Over 225 hypnotists have been certified by me in the past seventeen years. I began my hypnosis practice in 2001 and still help clients full time.

After you learn what HypnotherapyTrainer.com is like, you might decide to choose my hypnotherapy training. Or, you might choose a different training. Either way, you'll know you've made the best decision for yourself.

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Three Things to Avoid

1. Avoid a Hypnosis Certification Training Program that promises you'll learn everything you need to know in one weekend. If it seems to be too good to be true, it probably is.

2. Stay away from Hypnosis Trainers that are NOT CERTIFIED. Unfortunately, there are a few bad seeds that offer programs but are not trained. Call the organization listed on the website and check if they are currently certified and qualified to teach.

3. Avoid any Hypnotherapy Training program that promises to license you as a Certified Hypnotist. In the US it is not possible to get licensed as a Hypnotherapist.

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