Hypnotherapy in Australia
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Welcome to the Hypnotherapy Council of Australia
The Hypnotherapy Council of Australia (HCA) is the national peak
body for Clinical Hypnotherapy in Australia. The HCA provides a
cohesive identity for the diversity of hypnotherapy methodologies
and promotes their professional and ethical practice for the benefit
of the community.
Hypnotherapy is considered a profession in its own right, and its practitioners are currently represented by different associations across the country. At a historic meeting in Sydney in July 2010, an agreement was made by most of the hypnotherapy associations and educational organisations in Australia to become self regulating through the formation of a National Peak Body, the Hypnotherapy Council of Australia, HCA. This was the culmination of 3 years of work by many individuals and organisations, and after that meeting, the HCA Development Committee then continued the work to get the HCA operational.
Over the next 11 months, the hypnotherapy associations and most educational organisations from around Australia put their support behind the HCA, and joined as Foundation Members.
On 18th June 2011, at a national meeting hosted in Brisbane, the profession installed the inaugural National Board. This board will continue to assist the development of the hypnotherapy profession in Australia ensuring that hypnotherapy is recognised at Government and Community levels as a valuable and important profession.
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HCA National Meeting Delegates
18th June 2011
Grand Chancellor Hotel, Brisbane