What committed psychotherapist wouldn’t consider adding hypnotherapy to their treatment repertoire? Hypnotherapy can unlock your clients’ subconscious minds, giving you access to the long-buried roots of their most persistent challenges: depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder. If you’re passionate about understanding the human mind and providing real, lasting results to your clients, training to become a hypnotherapist is an exciting prospect.
But there are practical matters to consider. You don’t want to waste your limited training budget and valuable time on a modality that won’t net you new clients and help grow your practice — even one as fascinating as hypnotherapy.
Is there a demand for hypnotherapy?
In this article, we’ll take a look at what the numbers say about the market for hypnotherapy. Armed with these statistics, you’ll be in a more secure position to make an informed choice about your professional development as a therapist.
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To understand the demand for hypnotherapy, you have to understand three current market trends.