How To Find a Good Hypnotherapist

From: Greg Forde, Hypnotherapy in Norfolk

Desired Outcome: Find A Good Hypnotherapist

Problem: Where Do You Start?

When it comes to choosing an effective Hypnotherapist, the main thing you need to be aware of is that all hypnotherapy is not the same.

That may seem obvious, but most people never consider it. The fact is, most hypnotherapy is mediocre, at best. So often, a new client will say, “I tried hypnotherapy, it didn’t work.” I could scream!

The idea that hypnotherapy, is hypnotherapy, is hypnotherapy, is a good way to waste time, money and effort. Then, having tried what you believe to be hypnotherapy, you deny yourself the benefit of what I consider to be the nearest thing to magic I’ve ever found. Please don’t do that.

It’s not always the fault of the therapist, it’s usually down to their training. The current trend is for more classroom hours, containing more complex theory. Well, I run a college of Advanced Hypnotherapy – theory never fixed anyone! More about that in a later post.

So, having realised that the quality of hypnotherapy varies considerably, how DO you find a good hypnotherapist?

  • Recommendation
  • Phone contact
  • Initial Consultation
  • Gut feeling

This is the first in a series of posts re: how to find a good hypnotherapist.

I’m wondering –

  • How did you find a good hypnotherapist?
  • Have you had ineffective hypnotherapy?
  • What were your experiences?

 

Comments

How To Find a Good Hypnotherapist — 1 Comment

  1. Hi Greg

    Thought this was a very useful article and I have pointed some of my potential clients to this blog.

    I would love to see a blog expanding on this subject and focusing of hypnotherapy session costs. I am aware some therapists charge only £45 a session and the worst was a hypnotherapist in manchester charging upto £5000 for gastric band hypnotherapy. I would say a good UK average would be around £65 to £75 a session.