The National Guild of Hypnotists is the largest and oldest professional hypnosis organisation in the world. They have issued a press release as part of a campaign to help educate the public regarding the safe, successful and highly effective use of hypnosis to address problems of daily life.
Dr. Dwight Damon, President of the National Guild of Hypnotists and one of the organisation’s founders, explained, “The role of the consulting professional hypnotist may seem like a new profession in the minds of many consumers. In fact, the effective use of hypnosis is thousands of years old and is today accepted and proven throughout the medical community.” Dr. Damon is widely recognised as, “The Father of Consulting Hypnotism as a Separate and Distinct Profession.”
The organization has established a strict universal code of ethics for the profession and has developed and maintains a rigorous certification program based on a standardized curriculum. Extensive and ongoing training is required of National Guild of Hypnotists members receiving NGH certification.
Through its membership of more than 17,500 consulting hypnotists, located throughout 81 countries, the National Guild of Hypnotists (www.ngh.net) is sharing information about the types of services it offers with media outlets worldwide.
The campaign is sharing in-depth information about the role of hypnotists in helping people of all ages and with a range of problems.
Bolton resident, Stuart Rose, a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and an International Certified Hypnotherapist, is recognised for his services at Positive Change Hypnotherapy, based within an established clinic in Bromley Cross, Bolton, that help people break bad habits, establish healthy new routines and enhance their daily lives.
Among the many types of challenges that can be resolved or improved through hypnosis are: anxiety, phobias and fears, smoking cessation, weight loss and management, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), pain relief and management, habits, sports performance, stress reduction, sleep disorders, fear of speaking in public, test taking anxiety, confidence, increasing self-esteem, procrastination and other issues that hold people back from living their best life.
See the National Guild of Hypnotists Press Release here: