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About the Australian Hypnotherapists Association

The Australian Hypnotherapists Association

The Australian Hypnotherapists’ Association (AHA) was founded in 1940 and officially registered in 1956. Members of the AHA pioneeredClinical Hypnotherapy in Australia, and some have been in full-time professional practice for 50 years.

The AHA is a professional association which sets high standards in the specialised field of Hypnotherapy. There are members in nearly every state of Australia and New Zealand working in private practice, agencies and hospitals.

The AHA regularly evaluates the skills of its members. National and local workshops are also held to enable members to develop their clinical skills.

The AHA standards for membership are set out in the book, “A set of Competency and Professional Standards for Australian Clinical Therapists”. This is the first such standard published anywhere in the world, and copies now reside in the National Library of Australia, the Library of Congress in the United States of America, the National Library in the United Kingdom, the National Library in New Zealand and most Australian State Libraries.

The AHA is the only association of Hypnotherapists to be accredited as a member of PACFA, the Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia.

The AHA has State Branches all over Australia and many international affiliations.

All of our hypnotherapists are members of the AHA and Antoine Matarasso serves as National President of the Association.

Visit The AHA home page: www.ahahypnotherapy.org.au

Find a qualified hypnotherapist in your area by visiting the National Hypnotherapists Register of Australia: www.national-hypnotherapists-register-australia.com

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