Why Earn Clinical Hypnosis Certification?

Jul 16th, 2010 | Category: Texas Hypnosis Training Articles


Clinical hypnosis is a research-proven, outcome-based effective method for positively impacting numerous medical, mental and behavioral health conditions and disorders. Some include: major depression, anxiety, fears and phobias, IBS, learning disorders, stress, chronic pain, addictions, habits, sexual dysfunctions, and more.


Therapists who use clinical hypnotherapy in their practice report greater personal satisfaction, higher referral rates, increased revenue, and enhanced success with client outcomes.


Hypnosis is simple, fast, effective and all natural – no drugs/chemicals – which is appealing to many clients over medications or lengthy talk-therapy.


Training in clinical hypnotherapy provides you with options. Hypnosis is not a one-size-fits-all technique, nor is it a cure-all for everyone. However, it is highly effective with many clients experiencing dozens of life challenges, and most professionals and their clients are happy to have hypnosis as an optional adjunct treatment method.


Certification credentials in clinical hypnotherapy shows your clients and peers that you have completed an extensive education program in the specific area of hypnotic theory and skills practice. With our programs you can become a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist (CCH) or Certified Professional Hypnotist (CPH).


We offer hypnotherapist certification programs in multiple formats, such as live, home study and online. Basic or introductory and advanced level hypnotist classes are available.

Our live hypnosis training classes are frequently available in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area (Arlington, Plano, Lewisville, Garland), as well as in Austin (Round Rock), Houston (The Woodlands, Sugar Land), Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wichita, Kansas, and Florida (Tampa, Jacksonville).

Some people prefer the live classroom interaction when learning hypnotism, while others enjoy the benefit of watching hypnosis training videos again and again and re-reading textbooks to polish skills. Many students mix and match their schooling with both live and homestudy or online coursework.


In addition to the obvious educational and clinical benefits of learning hypnosis, our programs also offer 20 to 30 state and national board approved continuing education CEU credit hours to licensed mental health, psychology, nursing and social work professionals.

Non-licensed persons may also take our courses. Many para-professionals, such as personal fitness trainers, meditation coaches, massage therapists and nurses find hypnosis to be a beneficial treatment for their clients.