A clean, pristine approach to becoming a professional hypnotist.
And if you are local to metro Washington, D.C. and work Monday – Friday, you will need to take just four days off from work to earn the full professional credential.
What a great way to achieve the gold standard of training in the field of hypnotism!
I’m glad to have figured out a way to make the first three days of training a choice — either attending in person for three extra days, enjoying the power of the group — or studying conveniently at home, no travel required whatsoever. With that learn -at-home option, you schedule where to fit in the hours, spreading out the first block of Foundations training in a way that fits with your regular work schedule.
That time-compression part makes the hypnosis training I offer extra-convenient. The idea is simple to communicate and may be appealing to some of you.
Is it unusual though? Probably not. Other hypnotism instructors may have figured out something similar, as the official nine-day training is mandatory for professional training certified with the National Guild of Hypnotists. And nine days is a lotta days.
Struggling with the trickier part to explain
It’s the clean, pristine part that I struggle to describe, the part that may make my upcoming hypnosis training somewhat unusual. Because I believe I have found a need to fill, a desire that some people have for learning professional skills within hypnotism.
Definitely a need that I have. A need that you might have, Blog-Buddies. And a need that might be shared by people you know who have been interested in learning how to become a professional hypnotist. CONTINUE READING