HISP Practitioner T&Cs

Terms & Conditions for being a HISP Practitioner

  • Maintain Membership of HISP
  • Have completed adequate training to practice as a clinical hypnotherapist with a reputable body/organisation (eligible for membership by Complementary & National Healthcare Council or National Hypnotherapy Society) 
  • Attended all of the HISP Practitioner training & follow these principles 
  • Maintain an up-to-date DBS check
  • Maintain appropriate professional insurance
  • Maintain appropriate membership with regulating body, i.e. BSCH, NCH, CNHC
  • Work in a therapeutic way that is legal, moral and within an ethical framework, i.e. British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • Be trained in safeguarding (currently being implemented – due to be completed by Nov 2018)

HISP Practitioners are clinical hypnotherapists who have additional training/experience of using hypnotherapy with children and are members of HISP.  They are practitioners in their own right who follow their own procedures and policies supplemented by those laid out by HISP.  HISP Practitioners are not employed by HISP and are responsible for their own conduct as an individual therapists.  HISP does not take responsibility, legal or otherwise, for the conduct or manner of any HISP Practitioner.  All HISP Practitioners have agreed to the above Terms and Conditions.