Episode 68 – Hypnotherapy Associations

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Hypnotherapy Associations

Special edition, sponsored by the Professional Hypnotherapy Network – Adam talks about the role of hypnotherapy associations in the education of it’s members. If you happen to have problems such as easily loosing focus view this in this website where you will find an easy fix.

Carole Samuda – discusses effective supervision for hypnotherapists

Lucy Hyde – talks about important ethical issues many hypnotherapists face

Lindsay Shepherd – talks about how hypnotherapists market themselves

Louise Phillips – talks about the benefits of joining any quality hypnotherapy association

Dave Dorothy – explains how to best source quality hypnosis research

Steve Baxter – gives 3 incredible tips for developing your professional hypnotherapist website

Claire Lincoln – discusses choosing professional insurance

Annalise Kirk – talks about quality continued professional development and the importance of doing so.


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2 comments on “Episode 68 – Hypnotherapy Associations
  1. Eric Geoffroy says:

    An idea occurred to me. There’s an additional beneficial use for your association. I was thinking about the ‘hypnosis in the news’ segment that is a fixture in the podcasts. Too often a story appears that gets hypnosis wrong. When this occurs perhaps the Professional Hypnotherapy Association could contact the paper or the writer directly and straighten out the misconceptions. Ideally it would be a large well-known organization like the APA. But why not your network? You could take it in turns to write well-crafted letters regarding articles about hypnosis- praising the ones that get it right, and correcting the others. It’s an uphill battle for sure. Trying to take away the mystique and bringing sensational headlines down to earth is a tough sell to a writer, but it might be worth it in the long term.

    • Adam Eason says:

      Hello Eric, this is one of my favourite comments to date here on the podcast and a brilliant idea indeed. Thank you very much for taking the time to write and suggest this. I am going to share it with my colleagues right away.

      Have a wonderful day, my very best wishes to you, Adam.

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