New hypnotherapy career: interviews – stories of success

A career as a hypnotherapist?

We all desire the job, the career of our dreams. If you’re here on this page it’s probably because you have a genuine desire, and gain real satisfaction and meaning, from helping others to grow, overcome limitations and achieve their goals.

But you wonder… is it possible?
If I take this training can I become a registered hypnotherapist?
Can I make a success of it?
Can I generate a proper income, even a good income as a hypnotherapist?
What would it take to do that?
What’s it like starting out in private practice?

A new hypnotherapy career: stories of success

The interviews below are stories, fresh from the front lines, of our graduates who have completed the training, received the Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy qualification, and have gone on to make a successful new career as a hypnotherapist.

Story 1: Vanessa Peardon – from 0-60 clients in her first 2 months!
Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist in Luxembourg 

 

 

 

Story 2: Tom Cleary – from Assistant Head Teacher to hypnotherapist in 5 months

 

Coming soon:

Story 3: Gillian Winguard – part-time mum, part time hypnotherapist, full time income (15 client-hours a week at £85/hr)

 

Earlier stories:

Pam Newbury: runs a large hypnotherapy clinic in Manchester

Olivia Rossiter: registered hypnotherapist

 

Some of the websites of UK College hypnotherapy diploma alumni:

Gillian Winguard

Richard Hughes

Tim Grimwade


Clem and Margaret Turner

Pam Newbury
 

Caroline Brown

Louise Levy


Jasminka Letzas


Andras Keleti


Dr Rosie Freedman


Tony Bruno


Philip Makatrevicz


Patti Hemmings


Hui Bee Teh


Ana Stephanovic


Ian Johnson


Amanda Walsh


Fabio Del Peiro


Dave Philp

Helen Gormley


Dr Clare Mingins

Felicity Campbell


Paul Winterbottom


Bill Merrington


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