Congrats To Our Grads for Becoming NGH Board Certified Hypnotists!

Erika Flint with grads at the NGH convention: Paulette Deckers, Dillion Sims, and Lawrence Winnerman. Not pictured: Kathie Hardy, and Tracy Kim

Erika Flint with grads at the NGH convention: Paulette Deckers, Dillion Sims, and Lawrence Winnerman. Not pictured: Kathie Hardy, and Tracy Kim

This year we had FIVE hypnosis grads go above and beyond and earn their NGH Board Certification! A huge congratulations to:

Kathie Hardy, Lawrence Winnerman, Tracy Kim, Paulette Deckers, and Dillon Sims!

Out of 14,000 NGH members only 500 are board certified. That’s only about 3.5%.

I’m so proud of these graduates of our hypnosis certification training program for taking the time and dedication to become an NGH Board Certified Hypnotist. The certification requirements aren’t easy - there is an oral exam, a written exam, a hypnosis article to write, and they do a comprehensive review of your practice and methods. These hypnotists can now use the distinction of BCH, Board Certified Hypnotist as their title.

Do you want to become an NGH Board Certified Hypnotist?

The first step is to get great training, then join the NGH and once you’ve been a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists for a year, you’re eligible to apply. If you’re just getting started in your career as a hypnotist, or thinking if it’s right for you, check out our Accredited Hypnosis Certification Training.

Then, read the full requirements outline here: How to Become an NGH Board Certified Hypnotist.