Organization Links

National Guild of Hypnotists  (NGH)
The National Guild of Hypnotists, Inc. is a not-for-profit, educational corporation in the State of New Hampshire. Founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1951 the Guild is a professional organization comprised of dedicated individuals committed to advancing the field of hypnotism. We provide an open forum for the free exchange of ideas concerning hypnotism. The Guild is a resource for members and a vehicle for legal and legislative action.

Emotional Freedom Technique
Website for Emotional Freedom Technique

Hypnobirthing is a unique method of relaxed, natural childbirth education, enhanced by hypnosis techniques, that allows women to use their natural instincts to bring about a safer, easier, more comfortable birthing in a way that most mirrors nature.

Hypnosis Research Links
Find an issue you are interested in and see how effective hypnotism was in improving that issue.
The research literature on Hypnosis is extensive.  The endorsements of Hypnosis for its healing effectiveness continue to mount.  In a recent report, it was revealed that a panel of the National Institutes of Health has endorsed the wider use of Hypnosis for use in conjunction with conventional medical care.
Numerous clinical studies have been conducted substantiating the effectiveness of the Hypnotic state in changing individuals’ lives. Some of these experimental studies have utilized poor controls for supporting generalization of results beyond the specific experimental trial reported. The research studies cited below are some of the thousands clinical trials that HAVE utilized solid experimental technique and report reliable, valid findings. These studies report a sample of the multitude of applications of Hypnosis in human living.

Hypnotherapy-Hypnosis as a Complementary Medicine Technique
The information in this monograph was prepared by the professional staff at Natural Standard, based on thorough systematic review of scientific evidence. The material was reviewed by the Faculty of the Harvard Medical School with final editing approved by Natural Standard.

What the Mayo Clinic Says About Hypnotism
What does the Mayo Clinic say about hypnosis?  Because physicians, scientists and other medical experts dedicate a portion of their clinical time to this site, we are in the unique position to give visitors access to the experience and the knowledge of Mayo Clinic.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Overview of Published Research To Date on Hypnosis for IBS

Pain Control


Clinical Studies of Hypnotic Analgesia

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