Hypnotension: The Fastest Growing Hypnotherapy Professional Training Programme of all Time
Hypnotension figures published today suggest it is the fastest growing hypnotherapy training programme in the history of the profession. In just 10 months, over 725 professional hypnotherapists have signed up to Hypnotension and 46% of practitioners who sign up go on to take the full training.
Over 170 professional hypnotherapists have already fully qualified in the Hypnotension approach, which helps high blood pressure (Hypertension) sufferers to take back control and reduce their own blood pressure in a more natural way. An estimated 16 million people in the UK suffer Hypertension, and the World Health Organisation estimates that high blood pressure causes 20-25% of all deaths worldwide.
Hypnotension works quite happily alongside conventional medicine, so even if the client has been taking medication for a long period of time they can actually notice the reduction.
Paul Howard, a co-creator of the Hypnotension programme said “The take up of the course has taken us somewhat by surprise. We had to increase our technology capability to keep up with the demand. It has been a phenomenal success and the best thing is that there are now hundreds of trained hypnotherapists helping people in what is a new area for the vast majority of hypnotherapists.”
He went on to say, “We’ve also been bowled over by the positive feedback from practitioners. The comments about the content and the quality of the training have to be seen to be believed”.
Hypnotension has only officially launched to the public in the UK. However, there are already 2,500 people coming to the Hypnotension website every month looking for help and they are already starting to train hypnotherapists in Europe, Canada, Australia and the USA, some of whom have already become certified Hypnotension Practitioners.
The hypnotension training is suitable for qualified or experienced Hypnotherapists and comprises of 15 modules which cover a wide range of issues that affect high blood pressure. There is also a support network for practitioners, including resources and updates.
Members of the public who have high blood pressure should look for a practitioner on our practitioner finder page.