Asking The Right Questions When Choosing A Hypnotherapist 

Does The Therapist Abide By The Standards Of The Australian Hypnotherapists Association?

It is important to find out whether or not the therapist is a part of a nationally recognised body of hypnotherapists. For many, this means the Australian Hypnotherapists Association. There is also the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists. This is because all hypnotherapists should abide by a code of conduct – even if there is no legal obligation to do so. Those that take the time to align themselves with the industry standards of the AHA are the safest bet.

At the same time, it helps to ask if they are members of any associations. For example, are they a True Counsellor member or part of some other organisation. If so, they should be able to show a certificate of membership or registration with a valid date. Don’t just take their word for it. If they can’t provide this, does that mean that they purely work independently? If so, this could mean a lack of accountability and structure to the sessions.

Are They Qualified To Carry Out These Hypnotherapy Sessions?

Qualifications are important with any hypnotherapist – regardless of their associations and memberships. You need to be sure that they have the knowledge and credentials to handle your problem. There are some that will claim that they are more than qualified to by hypnotherapists due to past trauma and a passion for the subject. This is a starting point, but not enough to ensure that they are truly qualified for the job. Official, professional training is essential.

Just like the membership certificates, they should be open about their qualifications. Again, don’t take everything at face value. They may have an authentic-looking diploma from some institution on their wall, but it may not be recognised as valid for the industry.

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