The state of Connecticut has not adopted any educational and training standards for the practice of hypnotism. This statement of credentials is for informational purposes only. Hypnotism is a self regulating profession and it’s practitioner are not licensed by the state. Under Connecticut law a hypnotist may not provide a medical diagnosis or recommend discontinuance of medically prescribed treatments.  If a client desires a diagnosis or any other type of treatment from a different practitioner, the client may seek such services at any time.  In the event a client terminates my services, the client has a right to coordinated transfer of services to another practitioner.  A client has a right to refuse hypnosis services at any time.  A client has a right to be free of physical, verbal or sexual abuse.  A client has a right to know the expected duration of treatment, and may assert any right without retaliation.”

 

State of Connecticut BILL OF RIGHTS