Training FAQ

There are some questions that have come up regularly with regards to the training courses. This section is designed to the more common ones.

What time does the course start?

The course starts at 9:00am. Please ensure you arrive at least 10 minutes early to allow for a prompt start.

What does the course cover?

Please see our Course Content page.

Are there any pre-requisites?

You must be a qualified hypnotherapist.

How much does the training cost?

The currently scheduled course costs £350 (£75 for be-backs i.e. already certified Hypnobirthing Fertility Therapists).

Are there any practicals in the course?

Yes, there are practical sessions, as well as the theory.

Is there an exam?

Although there is not a ‘sit down/invigilated’ exam, you will be expected to complete an assigment/assessment following the course. This is done at home, after the course has been completed.

You then submit your assessment for marking, and provided you meet the necessary standard, you will be issued with your certification.

What materials are provided/what do I need to bring?

The only things you need to bring are a notepad and pen. We will provide all the course materials, handouts, forms, etc. – basically everything you need.

How much do therapists charge/how much can I earn?

This is a bit of a ‘how long is a piece of string?’ question.

How much you can earn depends on how many clients you see, and that is determined primarily by your willingness to put in the effort to obtain them.

The key to building a strong and sutainable business is getting out there and finding clients yourself, and building a good reputation locally.

How popular is Hypnobirthing Fertility Therapy/what is the demand for Hypnobirthing Fertility Therapy?

Although Hypnobirthing Fertility Therapy is new to the UK, the Hypnobirthing name is now growing quite rapidly in the UK, thanks to exposure in both local and national media.

We believe that this will continue to increase, and the more therapists there are practicing Hypnobirthing, and the more the name becomes known, the more popular it will become.

This, combined with the growing number of couples seeking help with fertility, either as an alternative or complement to IVF and other assisted-reproduction techniques, can only increase the demand for this service.

Demand will vary from area to area but the best way to increase demand in your area, as outlined above, is to go out and create it.

I have a question about the course not answered here

If you have any remaining questions about the course that are not already answered above, or in the main Frequently Asked Questions section of this site, please email the course instructor/contact directly.

However, due to the high demand for these courses, and the associated volume of enquiries and bookings, please note that anybody asking a question that is already answered on the site will simply be directed back to the relevant page.

Therefore, if you’re not sure where, or whether, the information is on the site, try our Search facility (under the menu, just above the Amazon ad) before emailing the instructor.

Read more about Hypnobirthing

Hypnobirthing by Jenny Mullan Practitioner Training is accredited by RCM

Richard and Judy

Richard and Judy with Marie Mongan and Jenny Mullan

Hypnobirthing was featured in a story about painless childbirth on the “Richard and Judy” TV show on 8th July 2004.

They interviewed Jenny Mullan. Also featured were Marie Cooksey and Steve Bowerman, a couple who recently used Hypnobirthing for the birth of their first child.

What is Hypnobirthing?

Hypnobirthing is a complete birth education programme, that teaches simple but specific self hypnosis, relaxation and breathing techniques for a better birth.

Hypnobirthing is much more than just self hypnosis or hypnotherapy for childbirth.

Frequently Asked Questions about Hypnobirthing

There are some questions that just come up time and time again. This page is designed to answer some of the more common ones.

What is Hypnobirthing?
Who is Hypnobirthing suitable for?
Will I be ‘out of it’ if I use Hypnobirthing?
I’m scared of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Is Hypnobirthing safe?