Validity of Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy
More than half a century of science has demonstrated that hypnosis is one of the most versatile and useful health care tools for both physical and mental health.1
Psychological Hypnosis is grounded in an enormous foundation of empirical research.1 In one recent example, the average participant treated with hypnosis for anxiety improved more than about 84% of control participants in a meta study published in PubMed 2019.
It's widely accepted
Hypnosis is now routinely taught in over a third of accredited schools of medicine and in Ph.D. and diploma programs in both counseling and clinical psychology.1
It's widely approved
Hypnosis has been approved by the American Psychological Association, the American Medical Association, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the World Federation of Mental Health.1
It works for pain too
According to a review of 13 studies on Hypnosis for pain, hypnosis interventions consistently produce significant decreases in pain associated with a variety of chronic-pain problems.
1 Notes on hypnosis from https://education.wsu.edu/graduate/counselingpsych/hypnosis/