Hypnosis for Nurses Part 2 – Certification Program (Part 1 Graduates Only)

Hypnosis for Nurses Certification Part 2 is for Students who are enrolled in or have successfully completed Hypnosis for Nurses Part 1.

Part 2 of Hypnosis for Nurses is an 8-day Intensive, Live Hand-On Experience that uses Interaction, Practice, and Feedback that will leave you feeling confident to take hypnosis into your workplace or even a new business model for you.

Marketing and building a successful practice are built into the course and you will be able to offer group sessions, corporate workshops, or 1:1 client experiences immediately upon completion.

Part 2
Accelerated Hypnosis Certification

74 Contact Hours | 8 Full Days in 2 weeks | Live on Zoom
For Nurses who successfully completed Part 1
  1. Recall the various definitions of hypnosis.
  2. List the factors that can influence hypnosis in a positive way.
  3. Describe how hypnosis can be influenced by negative factors.
  4. Explain the risks and benefits of hypnosis.
  5. Perform various suggestibility tests.
  6. Rehearse and practice using different voice techniques to induce hypnosis.
  7. Utilize effectiveness of different methods to induce hypnosis.
  8. Critique the use of indirect and direct methods of hypnosis.
  1. Describe the importance of pre-talk in establishing a rapport with the client.
  2. Demonstrate your pre-talk technique.
  3. Assess trance depth using appropriate techniques.
  4. Explain the implications of the Law of Reverse Mental Effect in hypnosis.
  5. Explain how suggestions are managed during hypnosis sessions.
  6. Perform the behavioral assessment tool used in hypnosis and describe their purpose.
  7. Analyze the impact of imprints, anchors, and triggers on a client’s behavior.
  8. Design a set of suggestions tailored to a specific client’s needs.
  1. Describe the meanings and uses of commonly used hypnosis terms.
  2. Create a hypnosis script that incorporates goal setting techniques to address a specific issue or challenge for a client.
  3. Explain the importance of goal setting in hypnosis.
  4. Design a regression-based hypnosis session to discover past happy event for a client.
  5. Use Ericksonian hypnosis techniques tailored to the personality or your client.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to set goals with a client during a hypnosis session.
  7. Analyze the effectiveness of different induction methods in specific client situations.
  8. Develop a record keeping system for tracking client progress and outcomes in hypnosis.
  1. Define the terms “analgesia” and “anesthesia” in the context of hypnosis.
  2. Explain the importance of preparing the patient for hypnosis to manage pain and discomfort.
  3. Describe how self-hypnosis can be used to manage pain.
  4. Explain the principles behind smoking withdrawal programs in hypnosis.
  5. Describe the intake process for new hypnosis clients and how to task them for habit change.
  6. Develop a personalized plan for a client to reach the depth level needed to achieve analgesia or anesthesia.
  7. Design a smoking withdrawal hypnosis program tailored to the needs and preferences of a specific client.
  8. Develop a client-specific plan for the intake process that includes tasking them for habit change and achieving specific goals.
  1. Identify the different strategies for stress management using hypnosis.
  2. Explain the principles behind image psychology and how it can be used to release fear.
  3. Describe how the goal-image focusing technique can be used to achieve weight loss goals using hypnosis.
  4. Evaluate different hypnosis techniques for weight loss and stress management, and identify which ones are most effective for different individuals.
  5. Compare and contrast different approaches to image psychology in hypnosis, and analyze the benefits and drawbacks of each.
  6. Design a personalized hypnosis program for a specific client to achieve their weight loss goals.
  7. Design a personalized hypnosis program for stress management..
  8. Explain the ethical considerations involved in using hypnosis.
  1. Define the term “imprints” in the context of hypnosis and identify how they can impact clients.
  2. Define the term “resourcing” in the context of hypnosis and identify how it can help clients.
  3. Explain how to connect with a client’s emotions using hypnosis.
  4. Practice the steps for releasing imprints using hypnosis.
  5. Demonstrate how to effectively resource clients using hypnosis.
  6. Develop a personalized hypnosis script for a specific client to connect with their emotions.
  7. Identify common mistakes in marketing a hypnosis practice and analyze how to avoid them.
  8. Evaluate different ways of utilizing hypnosis scripts, and identify which methods are most effective for different types of clients.
  1. Recall the key figures and events in the history of hypnosis, including the origins of hypnosis and its development as a therapeutic technique.
  2. Define the term “self-hypnosis” and its application in different contexts.
  3. Describe the different approaches to hypnosis that have emerged over time, and how they have evolved over time.
  4. Explain the basic principles of self-hypnosis and how they can be applied in a therapeutic context.
  5. Analyze the key factors that have contributed to the development and evolution of hypnosis as a therapeutic technique.
  6. Develop a personalized self-hypnosis script that can be used to achieve specific therapeutic goals.
  7. Evaluate the effectiveness of self-hypnosis in achieving therapeutic goals, and identify factors that may impact its success.
  8. Design a self-hypnosis workshop that covers the basic principles and techniques of self-hypnosis, and includes practice sessions for participants.
  1. Recall key concepts and definitions covered in the course material for the exam.
  2. Explain the benefits and potential risks associated with past life regression as a therapeutic technique.
  3. Use past life regression techniques to guide clients through an exploration of their past lives.
  4. Evaluate the potential causes and meanings of experiences reported by clients during past life regression sessions.
  5. Use future focused hypnosis techniques to guide clients through a visualization of their desired future state.
  6. Evaluate the potential obstacles and challenges that may arise during the process of achieving a desired future state.
  7. Assess the effectiveness of future focused hypnosis as a therapeutic technique, and identify factors that may impact its success.
  8. Practice seeing presence techniques to improve focus and awareness in different settings.
National Guild Of Hypnotists

National Guild of Hypnotists

When you complete this parts 1 and 2 of Hypnosis for Nurses, you’ll be a certified hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) and your first year of membership is included with your investment*:
  • NGH is the oldest educational certifying Guild for Hypnosis.
  • NGH is over 14,000 members strong in over 80 countries worldwide.
  • NGH has the most thorough and comprehensive training curriculum.
  • NGH offers educational conferences, journals, peer-reviewed Board Certification process, regulatory guidance, professional collaboration, networking system, and more.

Part 2 includes training materials from the official National Guild of Hypnotists and more:

  • 2 Manuals
  • Interviews with Renown Consulting Hypnotists
  • Motivation for The New Hypnotist
  • Hypnomotivation by Dr. Dwight Damon & Patricia MacIsaac
  • Hypnosis Client Forms
  • How to Build a Successful Practice (E-Book)
  • Master Marketing (3 DVDs & Workbook)
  • Getting Started in Business (2 DVD set)
  • From Scratch on a Shoestring by Arthur Leidecker (E-Book)
  • Benefits of NGH Membership
  • All the basic scripts you’ll need to start working with clients:
    Smoking Cessation, Weight Release, Pain Management, Ego Strengthening/Self-Confidence, and many more.

Upon completion of the Part 2 of Hypnosis for Nurses, you’ll also receive:

  • Hypnosis Certification from the NGH (the oldest and largest Hypnosis organization in the world)
  • Your Official NGH Diploma (suitable for framing)
  • A 1-Year Complimentary Membership to the NGH
  • Subscription to both The Hypnogram and The Journal of Hypnotism

The Integrative Nurse Coach Academy is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 17700 for 74 contact hours.