Join a professional hypnosis association. Receive continuing education units/credits for your Transpersonal Hypnotherapy Institute training.
Association for Transpersonal Psychology & Hypnotherapy
THI graduates may automatically apply for membership in the professional association, Association for Transpersonal Psychology and Hypnotherapy (see ATPH). The ATPH board certifies your hours of training. Professional Members are eligible for liability insurance. Anne Salisbury, PhD, CCHt founded this association in 1995.
International Hypnosis Federation (IHF)
THI is an Approved Training School with the International Hypnosis Federation. THI Directors, Anne Salisbury, PhD, CCHt and Greg Meyerhoff, NLP, CCHt are IHF Fellows and Instructors. Graduates of THI may become Registered Members upon completing “Transpersonal Hypnotherapy.” IHF tracks legislation and promotes what is favorable to the industry. Important information is listed in the IHF newsletter, and discounts to IHF conferences are included with membership. Upon graduation from THI, contact IHF for an application. Shelley Stockwell, PhD founded this association. (see Links)
American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE)
Gil Boyne founded this association in 1980. From 1990-2005, THI held membership in ACHE as an Approved Hypnotism School. Anne Salisbury, PhD, CCHt, acted as an ACHE Approved Hypnotherapy Instructor and Designated Examiner.
Today, THI graduates receive certificates through the Association for Transpersonal Psychology & Hypnotherapy. These certificates of Hypnotist, Hypnotherapist and Clinical Hypnotherapist are included in tuition and last a lifetime, whereas they previously expired every 2 years under ACHE. THI graduates are also now free to join any association they might like.
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Associations in General
There are many hypnosis and hypnotherapy organizations. Almost all of these were founded by the owners of hypnosis and hypnotherapy schools. Some have annual conferences. Generally, as a graduate of THI, or any school for that matter, you are welcome to attend these conferences. This can be fun to do once you graduate and begin your professional practice. For example, The International Hypnosis Federation, the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners and the National Guild of Hypnotists usually have conferences.
“It has been a privilege to witness and participate in the spiritual growth of my clients. By applying what I learned in THI trainings, I too continue in my own growth.”
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