We cannot stress enough that the best way to learn hypnotherapy is by experiencing it both as an observer and as a subject. Our approach to teaching the art of hypnotherapy to students is to meld the theory with therapy randomly in class as needed. What that means is that if the subject matter being taught triggers a student (that is, evokes an emotional response or memory associated with the subject matter being discussed) instructor and the student will engage in a short hypnotherapy session that the other students in the class observe.
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While this approach may not always be a comfortable one, the benefits of such impromptu sessions are numerous. The triggered student of course gets to work through personal issues likely to have made it difficult to become successful when it comes time for them to begin their practice, and observing students learn how to use hypnotherapy to treat complex issues.
This approach to education is why we take our student application process so seriously. We want to make sure that all students are prepared for these types of experiences, both as a subject and as a supportive observer. We have seen time and time again that this approach not only teaches hypnotherapy in a way that can be assimilated by most people’s learning style but allows graduates of the program to have undergone enough personal growth that their success is assured.