Professional Recognition for Hypnotherapists
IICT provides professional membership and access to hypnotherapy insurance cover to protect you, no matter where you are on your complementary therapy journey.
Whether you’re a student, a qualified hypnotherapy practitioner, or a training provider educating the next generation of hypnotherapists, you can rely on IICT to provide the credibility and cover to protect you while you practice.
Insurance for Hypnotherapists
We know you’re passionate about helping people to live happy, healthy lives.
At IICT, we also want to ensure you have comprehensive professional indemnity and public liability insurance to protect you and your hypnotherapy clients so you can continue doing what you love.
That’s why we have insurance partners across Australia, New Zealand, United States, Canada, Europe (EEA), United Kingdom and South Africa, to ensure you can be recognised and protected, no matter where you are.
Multiple modality recognition in one simple membership
Practicing modalities other than Hypnotherapy? IICT currently approves 1,100+ modalities for professional membership and insurance, so you can have all your modalities covered in one simple membership, with easy access to multiple modality insurance cover.
We’ve done the hard work for you, so you can continue doing what you love.
Do you teach Hypnotherapy to others?
Apply to have your courses approved by becoming an IICT Training Provider today.
Showcase your credibility as a hypnotherapy trainer with our professional seals and internationally recognised certificates.
Learn more about Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is the process of guiding someone into a trance, a state of deep relaxation where the client experiences heightened focus and concentration. They are also disburdened of the conscious mind’s control. In this state, clients are generally more relaxed and open to suggestion allowing subconscious patterning (memories, beliefs and coping strategies) to be revealed and transformed.
Hypnotherapy can be a useful complementary therapy to aid with things such as addiction, mild stress/anxiety, pain control, hot flashes, and behavioural change.
For our purposes, it is important to differentiate Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy from Clinical Hypnotherapy. Clinical Hypnotherapists undergo extensive training and are skilled in Counselling/Psychotherapy, making them adept at handling more complex cases such as trauma/PTSD, fears and phobias, sexual disfunction, and so on.