Hypnotherapy is not the practice of medicine. Hypnotherapists are not licensed physicians. Hypnotherapy does not depend on diagnosis and hypnotherapists do not form diagnoses or give any advice on medical or mental health issues. Hypnotherapy is frequently complementary to other healing arts.
In the state of Nevada, certified clinical hypnotherapists are awarded a general license that requires the hypnotherapist to be a member in good standing of the International Board of Hypnotherapy, National Guild of Hypnotists, or the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners.
The primary purpose of licensing laws for legally defined “Healing Arts and Mental Health Professionals” is to protect public health and the safety of Nevada citizens. Accordingly, hypnotherapists are not issued a license by state governmental agencies to engage in their professional services. This statement is to certify that all hypnotherapists employed by Danaus Dynamics LLC have acquired a national certification as either a Certified Hypnotherapist or a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist from the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. This certification demonstrates that all hypnotherapists acquired the necessary education, training, experience and qualifications to perform Certified Hypnotherapy or Certified Clinical Hypnotherapy to the clients of Danaus Dynamics.
Certification and state law requires Danaus Dynamics LLC to state clearly that Certified Hypnotherapists or Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists employed by Danaus Dynamics are not a clinical psychologist, MFT, mental health counselor, drug and alcohol counselor or LCSW. No Certified or Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists associated with Danaus Dynamics are representing themselves in any way as a licensed clinical psychologist, MFT, mental health counselor, drug and alcohol counselor or LCSW. Tammie S. Roitman and Samuel R. Harlib are trained Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists (CCHT). Tammie S. Roitman is also a licensed School Psychologist under the State of Nevada Department of Education.
If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency call 911.