Student Profile


We seek students who are committed, life-long learners; who have willing hearts and open minds; and are dedicated to effectively helping change lives. We select students who have the courage to become leaders in hypnotherapy.


There are no academic prerequisites to become a hypnotherapist, but we screen applicants for a certain level of aptitude—as well as emotional and spiritual maturity—we believe necessary to practice successfully.

We limit class size to ensure quality instruction. Some schools accept any student who can pay the fee, but we want you to make a soulful commitment. We respect and value your commitment to this training. The application process is a necessary step in affirming your capacity to embrace hypnotherapy as a new lifestyle and career.

All instruction is in English. There may be opportunities for skill practice in your native language, but command of English is necessary to derive the full benefit of the training.  

Successful hypnotherapy begins with a sincere desire to help others. It is enhanced by a lifelong commitment to new learning.

Once a prospective student understands the scope of work required for success, it is critical to understand the commitment required to become a practicing hypnotherapist.  Students who accept and engage this path must understand the seriousness of this endeavor and the value of their investment.


You can easily find hypnotherapy training programs that are cheaper and that take less time. Those programs prepare students to take a test and gain certification. We prepare you to practice hypnotherapy as a gainful profession. Toward that end, we hold you accountable to the required readings, homework and clinical practice. High standards require you to work hard; but it is that hard work that creates confidence in your skills; and that confidence is what allows you to demand respectable fees; because, bottom line, that is how you produce the results clients are looking for.


Accountability extends beyond face-to-face instruction in the classroom. Recent advances in technology allow our instructors to provide feedback as you practice your skills between classes.

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