As a Certified Hypnotherapist, having my credentials verified by a third-party such as the International Hypnosis Association benefits my clients in a number of ways.

First and foremost, having my credentials verified provides my clients with peace of mind and assurance that they are working with a highly qualified and skilled hypnotherapist. Clients can trust that I have undergone rigorous training and met specific standards set by a reputable third-party organization. This can result in increased confidence in the effectiveness of hypnotherapy and a greater willingness to engage fully in the therapeutic process.

Additionally, by having my credentials verified, clients can be assured that I am adhering to a code of ethics and professional conduct established by the International Hypnosis Association. This means that I am committed to upholding high standards of professionalism and maintaining the confidentiality of client information. This can help to create a safe and supportive environment for clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours during hypnotherapy sessions.

Verification by a third-party organization like the International Hypnosis Association can also help to ensure that I am held accountable for my actions and adhere to a code of ethics. This can help to protect my clients and hypnotherapy as a whole.

Moreover, having my credentials verified by a third-party organization such as the International Hypnosis Association means that I am constantly updating my knowledge and skills in the field of hypnotherapy. This ensures that my clients receive the most up-to-date and effective treatments available. It also means that I am able to apply the latest research and best practices in hypnotherapy to help my clients achieve their therapeutic goals.

​In summary, having my credentials verified by a third-party such as the International Hypnosis Association provides my clients with increased confidence, assurance of professional conduct and ethics, and access to the latest developments in hypnotherapy. It ultimately helps to create a positive and effective therapeutic relationship, which is essential for achieving successful outcomes.