Founded by Geoffrey Knight in 1999, Knightsbridge is highly regarded as one of the best schools in the North West for producing competent professional hypnotherapists. This website provides information on professional hypnosis training, including previews of our comprehensive course syllabus and frequently asked questions, details on advanced hypnosis training and testimonials from Knightsbridge graduates.
If you are looking for a new career or to complement your current therapy practice, why not take the professional training. This course is 175 hours of training, and graduates will be certified as a professional hypnotherapist by both the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) and the Knightsbridge Institute.
The current Professional Hypnosis Training Course ended in April, 2013, and the next course will start in September 2013.
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Classes are held at: 3446 SW Alice Street, Portland, OR 97219
Geoffrey offers free lectures about hypnosis and various body-mind topics, as well as advanced trainings providing CEUs for professionals. The next lecture will be a free 1-day introduction to Hypnosis. It will be held on Saturday, June 15th, 2013 from 10am to 5pm. The lecture includes hands-on demonstrations. Registration is required. Click here to register.
In addition to running the Knightsbridge Institute, Geoffrey has been in practice for 19 years. His office is in southwest Portland.
Some of his areas of specialty are anxiety, weight reduction, hypnoband, smoking, pain management, pre- and post-surgery, phobias and past life regression.
Geoffrey sees clients Monday through Friday, and Saturdays upon request. Evening hours are also available.
Visit geoffrey-knight.com for more information.
Call (503) 246-7300
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"Geoffrey is a master of his craft. Watching him at work is like watching a master musician play his instrument - it looks so effortless, yet sounds so beautiful.
Geoffrey is able to communicate this talent to his students at the intuitive/unconscious level. This is how you will absorb the class material and make it your own. Brilliant!"
Frederick Hugh, CHt