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Hypnosis for IVF Webinar - Learn the essentials

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In the UK, fertility problems currently affect about 3.5 million people and over 50,000 IVF cycles are performed each year.[1] Hypnotherapy for IVF is a relatively new field and is rapidly gaining popularity with both IVF patients and fertility clinics alike. Hypnosis and mind-body approaches not only help fertility patients to cope better with each stage of treatment, but can also improve the chances of a successful outcome.

If you are interested in specialising in fertility, want to expand your current practice or get up to date with this cutting edge application of hypnosis, then this webinar will give you essential information needed to successfully work with people undergoing IVF.

This unique webinar is developed and taught by fertility expert and author Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer.


What is a webinar?

An online mini-seminar that you can participate* in wherever you as long as you have internet access. The webinar includes a live streaming video lesson, eBook with scripts and time for questions and answers.

This webinar is for you if you want to:

  • understand the IVF medical procedure
  • learn a step-by-step protocol for working with people undergoing IVF treatment
  • learn key techniques for working with each stage of IVF
  • learn simple, useful self-help tools that you can teach your clients


*The live event is over. You can now access a video recording of the hour long webinar that was offered on 10th May 2012. Payment includes video, eBook, course notes, scripts and 6 session IVF protocol.


The cost of the Webinar is £25

Access the video for 14 days, keep all the other course materials. 


[1] IVF figures include all IVF, ICSI, PGD, PGS, natural cycles, treatments using donated eggs and those where fresh and frozen embryos were transferred in the same cycle. Data extracted from the HFEA data warehouse containing Register data at 24 November 2010 unless otherwise stated Publication date 08 December 2010 Version 1.0

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