Clinical Hypnosis

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Professional Certifications

  • ASCH Certification
  • ASCH Approved Consultant
  • Information available from American Society of Clinical Hypnosis
  • ASCH – website provides a list member referral list by state. Also provides a list of certified professionals for advanced training.

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References

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