Welcome to the Become a Member section of the National Hypnotherapy Society website.
This section is designed for people who are applying for individual membership.
We aim to provide an easy to understand application process. In this section we provide you with all the information that you need to know about applying to become a member, as an individual, a training provider, or as another organisation.
The National Hypnotherapy Society provides an easy to understand application process. In this section we provide you with all the information that you need to know about applying to become a member. Irrelevant of your membership grade, the Society only has one fee and this will remain the same even if you wish to upgrade in the future.
You can click on the following to download our brochure and find out much more about the Society and the wide range of benefits available.
How To Apply
- Discover our great selection of membership benefits.
- Whether you have just started on a course of studies or have been practising hypnotherapy for years — you will be guided to the appropriate membership grade. Tell us if you are already a member of another relevant professional body and we may be able to offer you an equivalent membership grade.
- Apply Now — request or download an application form.
- If you have any questions about your application — contact us.
Our Application Ethos
We avoid a needlessly complicated ‘tick box’ style of application in preference for a more holistic approach to your experience, practice and qualifications. We are holders of a Professional Standards Authority Accredited Register of hypnotherapists and we aim to make it as clear as possible what you need to do to become a Registrant if that is your goal. We are aware that you may have been in practice for some time and that your training route may have been different from current requirements. We are able to refer such applications to our Professional Standards Committee for an individual review, so that applicants who meet the relevant standards for safe, competent and ethical practice need not be excluded.
Page last reviewed: 06 May 2021
Next review due: 06 May 2022