Master hypnotist Jeannie Spencer has opened a hypnotherapy diploma program on Vancouver Island.

Hypnotherapy college opens in Comox Valley

School founded by local master hypnotist Jeannie Spencer

The Canadian College of Advanced Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy has just opened its doors in the Comox Valley and is now recruiting future hypnotherapists.

The school, founded by local master hypnotist Jeannie Spencer, will train the next generation of hypnotherapists to enter what Spencer describes as an incredibly rewarding and increasingly popular field of therapy.

“There’s a huge demand for this,” says Spencer, who’s run her own successful hypnotherapy practice since 2002. “Once you understand and learn how to unlock the power of your mind, and help someone else do the same, your potential is limitless. Working as a clinical hypnotherapist, you will develop positive connections that will help bring about truly transformational change.”

Students who complete the 220-hour hypnotherapy program through the CCAHH will study three modules – basic hypnotherapy, master hypnotist and clinical hypnosis – and will graduate with a diploma in clinical hypnotherapy. The curriculum, which is approved by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of B.C. (PCTIA), also includes instruction on the business side of starting and operating a hypnotherapy practice.

Spencer’s past students, whom she trained under the umbrella of her other business, InvisionYourLife.com, have all gone on to open their own hypnotherapy practices. Interest in the new college from all over Vancouver Island has been high, she says. Her first course, April 16, is already half full.

“As awareness of psycho-physical response increases, more and more people are realizing just how important the mind is to total health and well-being,” says Spencer. “I’ve seen firsthand what many would call miracles, and they all come from within. Hypnotherapy is the practice of creating and implementing change and it’s made all the difference in my own life. I’m looking forward to training the next generation of hypnotherapists on Vancouver Island.”

For more information or to apply visit www.hypnosistrainingbc.com or call 250-702-4769.

 

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