Yes, hypnotherapy is approved by the APA.
"In 1958, both the American Medical Association and the American Psychological Association recognized hypnotherapy as a valid medical procedure. Since 1995, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recommended hypnotherapy as a treatment for chronic pain."
Schools are not APA approved. APA is a paper format.
You can find approved abbreviations in the link, below.
Hypnotherapy costs between $50 to $100 per session.
Many schools offer hypnotherapy training. One of the leading schools in the field is the Hypnotherapy Training Institute, which prides itself as being one of the first of the original four licensed hypnotherapy schools.
Research on the effectiveness of hypnotherapy on a variety of medical conditions is extensive.
Certifications in hypnotherapy can be achieved at a number of educational institutes as well as specialist hypnosis schools. Hypnotherapy. com offers many hypnosis certification courses.
Yes it does. Hypnotherapy comes from the greek word meaning sleep. Hypnotherapy is a great source of relaxation and calming, it is often very soothing. ************* Hypnotherapy= hypnos (=sleep in greek) + therapeea (= θεραπεία, the greek origin of the word therapy which means cure)
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Hypnotherapy is used for nonmedical patients as well as those who wish to overcome bad habits. Hypnotherapy has been shown to help those who suffer from performance anxiety, such as in sports, and speaking in public.
Try the Palo Alto School of Hypnotherapy (http://www.pasoh.com/). It's about an hour's drive away.
Hypnotherapy is a "certified" profession, rather than a "licensed" profession, so it is not regulated by most states. Some psychologists practice hypnotherapy, and those that don't might be able to direct you to a respected practitioner.