You worked hard to earn your license as a mental health therapist. First, you went through four years of college. Then you survived your master’s degree, endured your post-degree requirements, and passed your state’s licensure test.
Now you can finally practice!
Not so fast. Yes, you can absolutely hang up your shingle now and strike out on your own as a therapist. All signs point to it being a growing field with a perpetual market of clients seeking solutions to their mental health challenges.
But if you can hang on for another six days of training (which, in the grand scheme of what you’ve already accomplished, isn’t all that much), you can enter the world of private practice uniquely suited to help a wide range of clients achieve long-lasting results. You can undertake hypnotherapy training.
In this article, we’ll explore three reasons why hypnotherapy training is worth it for both the budding and established professional therapist.
(If you have more questions about hypnotherapy, you’ll find your answers in our hypnotherapy FAQ.)