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Those Who Ignorantly Still Deny Antisocial Behavior Under Hypnosis Are the Ones Enabling the Criminal Hypnotists

All of those on this list easily could have checked for the actual facts on their own,
 instead of ignorantly regurgitating false industry dogma on the safety of hypnosis.


Those Listed Here Wrongly Say, 'Hypnosis Abuse is Not Possible'

It's About Time They Finally Get Their Facts Straight!

(Or perhaps consider their own liability for willfully perpetuating a dangerous fraud)


The American Psychiatric Association

The American Psychology Association

The American Medical Association

The Mayo Clinic

Johns Hopkins


These institutions and/or professionals continue to perpetuate the falsehood that hypnosis sexual abuse is impossible. This dissemination of disinformation has created a huge problem for society, by creating a false sense of safety that is not always real, depending on the moral piety of your hypnotist. The false notion that nothing bad can happen while under hypnosis actually enables the deviant hypnotist, because it creates the perfect environment for them to exploit.

Those professionals who continue to dispense such disinformation need be held accountable for their reckless language, because they are responsible for creating the dangerous environment of false safety, which undeniably favors and enables the criminal hypnotist rapist. Shame on all those who perpetuate this myth. They need to admit they were wrong and change their public position on hypnosis abuse. The idea is to inform and protect, which is their oath and duty.

See our Hall of Fame...
Misinformed, But Still Willing to Write About Hypnosis
Telling people that hypnosis is perfectly safe is about as realistic as telling kids that all adults are harmless and trustworthy. The risks should not be dismissed.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Hypnosis (Cosmopolitan)
Hypnosis can be used to better your life (Michael Salerno)
Hypnosis remains mired in misunderstanding (Jane Brody)
Use your mind for health and wellness (Lynn Ralston)
Healing through hypnosis (Sapna Sarfare)
Is Hypnosis Real? And 16 Other Questions, Answered (Kimberly Holland)
Local hypnotherapist addresses misconceptions about hypnosis (Kira Erickson)
Debunking the myths around hypnosis (Rob O'Flanagan)
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy: What’s the Difference? (Ann Marie Sochia)
Hypnosis given bad reputation (Anna P. Frost)
There’s No Such Thing as ‘Brainwashing’ (Kevin D. Williamson)
In My Shoes: I learned a lot when my husband hypnotized me (Laura Hays)
Is hypnotism fake or fun? (Caleb Jones)
9 Shocking Facts You Never Knew About Hypnosis (Carolyn Steber)
What 'Get Out' Gets Wrong And Right About Hypnotism (Sarah Sloat)
The science of hypnosis: What is it and how does it work? (Myupchar )
Is it possible to be abused using hypnosis? (Rodney Whitehouse)
How Safe is Hypnosis? (Alexandra Sifferlin)

Hypnosis and Manipulation (Mike Mandel)

Dispelling the myths behind hypnosis (MSN StarsInsider)
Any questions about hypnosis? (Health 24: Dr Cecile Gericke)
Hypnosis: Myths and truths (Hearst Newspapers: Steve Slon)
Help or Hype: How to decide if hypnosis is right for you (Merci Miglino)
What Is Hypnotherapy? (Hint: It’s Nothing Like the Hypnosis You See on TV) (Cleveland Clinic)
Hypnosis: Myths and truths (Steve Slon Hearst Newspapers)
How Does Hypnosis Work on the Brain? (Lifestyle)
Perhaps if these people would have just done some deeper research or talked to the knowledgeable experts in our Hall of Fame, they wouldn't be listed on this page.
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