HypnoEthics Blog

Hypnosis Ethics for the Professional Hypnotist

Hypnosis Ethics with Andrew McDuffee

Curtis Ryals had a chance to discuss hypnosis ethics with hypnotist and life coach, Andrew McDuffee.


Three Things You Didn't Know About Hypnosis Ethics

Three things you didn’t know about hypnosis ethics Ethics is perhaps the oldest form of philosophy, but only recently became a specialized professional field. The exploration of the question about what means to live a good life has been around for thousands of years. Many people attribute...


Hypnosis Ethics Guidance for Recording Clients

Hypnosis Ethics Guidance for Recording Clients* Imagine going to a see a professional hypnotist to become a confident public speaker. Then, months later, you find that a video of your hypnosis session has been used as a marketing tool and is posted in several places online. Now imagine...


New Hypnosis Ethics Logo

HypnoEthics is excited to unveil its new logo. From the artist, "I focused on a "person first" design as it dealt with ethics. I also wanted to signify that this person was at peace after your training. Second focus was the hypnosis which I used abstract shapes and circles to signify the flow...


Hypnosis Weekly Podcast with Adam Eason

Founder Curtis Ryals discusses the need for ethics in the hypnosis industry: https://www.hypnosis-weekly.com/episode-109-curtis...


Why Hypnosis Ethics Are Important

Why Hypnosis Ethics Are Important: Hypnotists face ethical dilemmas daily in their practice, whether they realize it or not. Some of these hypnosis ethics topics are big issues that lead to legal and moral liabilities, and others are rather small to the point where they are taken care of...