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The In-house Association of The Robert Shields College

(Established 1986)


The Association of Ethical and Professional Hypnotherapists


AIMS OF THE ASSOCIATION


The Association of Ethical and professional Hypnotherapists was formed in 1986 to meet the need for an association with a clearly defined code of ethics and a professional attitude towards the paying public. All members sign a declaration that they will at all times place the welfare of their clients above all other considerations. Also, should it become obvious that the client would benefit from the services of another practitioner, whether it be in the fields of orthodox medicine or another field of Alternative Medicine, then that client will be so informed and all efforts made to find a suitable alternative practitioner.

MEMBERSHIP

  • Membership is open to graduates of courses run under the auspices of the Association of Ethical and Professional Hypnotherapists and The Robert Shields College.

  • Membership is at the discretion of the Governing Council and is in two grades, Associate Membership and Full membership.

ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP

This grade of membership is available to suitable practitioners who have completed  The Robert Shields College's, or The Association's, Hypnotherapy Certificate Course. (Note: The Certificate course has now been discontinued in favour of a single diploma course).      Associate Members are entitled to use the initials, A.A.E.P.H. after their names.

FULL MEMBERSHIP

This grade of membership is available to holders of the Robert Shields College's' Diploma in Hypnotherapy and is granted at the discretion of the Governing Council. Full Membership entitles the holder to use the initial M.A.E.P.H.   Membership is also available to suitable applicants who have completed a similar course with another School or College.

Note: All members are required to subscribe to a Code of Ethics on accepting their graduation Diploma or Certificate, a copy of which is shown below:

"I will at all times act within the profession of Hypnotherapist in a professional manner and that should I at any time fail to do so, and by so doing bring The Association into disrepute, I understand that my membership will be revoked on a majority decision made by a panel consisting of not less than three and not more than seven, members of The Association.

I further declare that I will place the welfare of my clients above all other consideration, financial and otherwise, and that should I become aware that a client would benefit from the services of another practitioner, allopathic or otherwise, I will so inform the said client at the earliest opportunity."


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