What I still find absolutelty amazing is the fact that club members want to to give the impression that hypnosis started with Milotn, or that before Milton was BC Hypnosis and post Milton (yourselfes but especially Zeig and Rossi) is the AC hypnosis period. That is entierly incorrect. What about Ormond McGill, Gil Boyne, Daved Elman, Charles Tebetts, etc? PS: The only country in the world offering a decent post graduate degree in Hypnosis "MSc in Applied Hypnosis" is UCL - University College London...
Also, I have never mentioned 3 day "inductions" to educate future hypnotherapists. ni the UK (which I know rather well), to be a hypnotherapist you need to study at post-graduate level (you call this graduate school in your country) to become certified with the UKCP - United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. And as a matter of fact 90% of hypnotherapists in the UK learn from schools associated in some way or form with NLP. Most hypnotherapists in the UK are perfectly familiar with your Milton but they are also familiar with Gil BOyne, Dave Elman or Charles Tebetts. As far as I know you don't even have an institute in the UK associated with yourselfes. (I checked).
Finally - you are the ones promoting fast education (which isn't surprising - you have fast food, fast minds, fast therapy). Your courses last 15 days. That is to say, according to your model, one only needs to have a master's degree in social work, mental or health sciences to sit and participate for 15 days at the end of which time period one earns what you call "Advanced Diploma in Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy". How terribly interesting!
But I thank you for your time! Highly instructive!
PS: The only country in the world offering a decent post graduate degree in Hypnosis "MSc in Applied Hypnosis" is UCL - University College London...
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