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HMI College of Hypnotherapy

Advanced Training Courses – Volume 7

Clinical ethics is unquestionably the most important ingredient in therapy, even above results. In this two-part series Lisa Machenberg, CHt, shares her 20+ years of private practice experience to guide HMI students through the labyrinth of potential ethical dilemmas in therapy and prepares the student for the successful navigation of ethical relationships with our hypnotherapy clients.

In Ethics Part 2 Lisa continues the exploration of the ethical challenges that private practice can present. These enlightening and illuminating explorations of ethics in therapy may surprise and educate students in a way they did not expect. This lesson works synergistically with the previous Law and Ethics lessons, shaping HMI Graduates into shining examples of how a Hypnotherapist should conduct themselves in the world.

One of the unique features of HMI training is that students get to observe HMI Instructors apply the skills and concepts of the lessons to real clients in the classroom. These are not students, these are real people who have never been hypnotized before and who have reached out to HMI for help for a wide variety of issues.

Clinical Case Presentation with HMI Senior Staff Instructor Ted Moreno
Margaret Register Testimonial