The Hypnotherapy Council of Australia is the peak body for the profession.
To list on the Hypnotherapy Council of Australia National Register, Hypnotherapists must belong to a recognised HCA member professional hypnotherapy association. To gain that association membership, the Hypnotherapist must have verifiable qualifications and training equal to or beyond the HCA and the association’s standards, and they must continue to meet all required standards for ethical practice, supervision and ongoing professional development.
The qualified hypnotherapists listed on the HCA National Register are recognised as HCA Registered Hypnotherapists. They can be
easily identified by their use of the initials “HCARH” and HCA Registered Hypnotherapists logo, differentiating them from those practitioners who work outside of this professional recognition.
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