Code of Ethics
- Hypnotherapists must earn the confidence of their clients, offering to each a full measure of service.
- Hypnotherapists should strive to improve their knowledge and skill so as to benefit their clients.
- The profession should safeguard the public against Hypnotherapists of deficient moral character or professional incompetence.
- Hypnotherapists should observe all laws.
- Hypnotherapist must not illegally practice medicine and must
recommend hat a client seek medical advice where appropriate.
- A Hypnotherapist should avoid dual relationships with clients.
- A Hypnotherapist should seek consultation with other professionals upon request, in difficult situations or when the client will obviously benefit.
- A Hypnotherapist must not reveal the confidences entrusted to him in the course of professional practice unless he is required to do so by law, or to protect the client’s welfare, or that of the community.
- Hypnotherapists must ensure that their advertising and other public representations present a true picture. Every effort must be made to ensure that the client is made aware that it is their own power that produces changes.
- Self-glorification by the Hypnotherapist at the expense of the client’s autonomy and personal integrity is unacceptable.