Hypnotherapy

On April 23, 1955 the British Medical Association recognised and approved the many uses of Clinical Hypnotherapy.

June 1958 the American Medical Association also approved and recognized Clinical Hypnotherapy. It’s successful usage by Doctors, Dentists, Psychologists and Psychiatrists has more than proven the benefits of hypnosis and is well accepted worldwide. 

Clinical Hypnotherapists sign an oath of confidentiality and consent must be given before being hypnotised.

Hypnosis does not render a person helpless nor make a person say or do anything against their will.

The client is fully aware of what is being said or done and may actually deny they were hypnotised at the time.