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Frequently asked questions

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What qualifications do you need to become a Clinical Hypnotherapist?

If you're looking to become a professional hypnotherapist, you need to complete at least 450 hours of training on a course which is accredited by a regulatory body, such as the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council. (Click here for a list of accredited trainers.)

The course must include at least 120 hours of face-to-face tuition with an experienced trainer to ensure that you  can become accredited and obtain professional insurance. Choose a provider that talks to you in person before taking any fees.

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How long does it take to become a Hypnotherapist?

As long as training courses meet the above criteria, they may be full-time & intensive or part-time and spread over several months, or anything in-between!

We believe that it is better to train over 9 months so that you keep the momentum whilst leaving plenty of time to study & absorb information, and practice your new skills on friends and family!

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How much do Hypnotherapists earn?

Hypnotherapists' fees vary according to their level of specialism and expertise, and where they are based (overheads - especially rent - can vary greatly).

Hourly rates may be anything from £40 - £100, so if you charge £60 per hour and have 15 clients a week you'd earn £43 200 pa based on working 48 weeks a year.

Of course, if you want to work/charge more, or less, to fit in with your goals and lifestyle, that's entirely up to you!