Atlanta Hypnosis Training

Good Vibes Hypnosis offers Atlanta Hypnosis Training for Certification as well as Hypnosis Training in Dallas, Houston, Phoenix and Chicago. If there are enough students, we are open to offering our training in other locations as well, though this page is about our Atlanta Hypnosis Training.

Atlanta Hypnosis Training

Our training is different, because the instructors continue to work in the field of hypnosis in addition to offering the Atlanta Hypnosis Training program. We teach you the different hypnotherapy processes we use in our practice, because they work.

Good Vibes Hypnosis Training teaches the hypnosis student how to work with the clients in the most effective way. This is called Client Centered Hypnotherapy. That means that you spend time learning about the client and create a unique session for them based on their situation and their needs.

Atlanta Hypnosis Training is different that other training programs that teach their students a strict, rigid protocol that is more about getting the maximum income from each client. We focus on working for our clients where they are and where they want to be. Our goal is to help clients make positive changes in their lives. That is what we teach our students, to put the client first. That way the finances take care of themselves.

In addition to learning the keys to effective suggestions, we also learn interactive processes that allow the hypnotherapist to get information from the subconscious mind of the client. These interactive processes provide the client with powerful benefits that are not available through other forms of therapy.

Online Basic and Advanced Hypnotherapy Training Schedule

This 14-Day Online Atlanta Hypnotherapy Training for Certification is Divided Into 3 Four-Day Modules with an additional 14 hours to complete the 110 hour Hypnotherapy Certification requirements

Discover more about Good Vibes Hypnosis Training and Atlanta Hypnosis Training when you visit our websites. Feel free to contact Second Generation Hypnotherapist Mark Johnson.