All conversations and transactions between hypnotist and client are confidential and will not be disclosed except by the client’s written authorization.
The length, content and approach of each session are to be agreed upon prior to the hypnotic consultation. It is the client’s right to know the estimated number of sessions recommended to achieve his or her goals. It is the client’s right to file a complaint with the National Board of Hypnotists, Ethics Committee, Merrimack, NH as well as any state agency. It is the client’s right to refuse any process by his or her own determination and to end hypnotherapy whenever he or she wishes with a pro-rated refund. It is the client’s right to have the name of other practitioners in the community who may be available to work with him or her. Note: John Koenig is a Board Certified Hypnotist and is certified and trained to instruct new professional hypnotists (National Guild of Hypnotists).
John Koenig is not a medical doctor or licensed psychologist, psychotherapist, social worker, dietition or nutritionist and does not diagnose or treat any illness. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology (Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY) and a Master of Arts Degree earned at the National University of Ireland (Dublin, Republic of Ireland).