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The website of ARCH is intended to provide accurate and helpful information to the public. It is made available with the understanding that ARCH is not engaged in rendering any kind of personal or professional services on this website. Unless specifically identified as an ARCH sponsored product, service, therapist or vendor, no reference or link to any product, service, therapist or vendor, resource, or entity is an endorsement, expressed or implied thereof. While ARCH makes every effort to keep the content on this site as current as possible, they do not warrant the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information, articles, dates, courses, seminars, current therapist certification, etc. or otherwise endorse it. They assume no responsibility or liability arising from any error or omission or from the use of any information contained on this website. ARCH, it's directors and members, disclaims all responsibility for any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of any of the material on this website. It is recommended that the credentials and competency of any therapist be research before working with one irrespective of their claims of association or affiliation. The partial list of therapists is provided only as a public service without prejudice, and is not meant to be inclusive or complete. While the Association makes every effort to validate the veracity of its members credentials and competency, the Association makes no guarantee for the veracity of the members. All therapists whose names are listed on this website have specifically asked that their names be published on the Internet and at the time of listing were certified. If any errors in information are found, please notify ARCH in writing, so adjustments can be made. Also, ARCH reserves the right to list or refuse to list the members information on this website.

(Clinical) Hypnotherapists do not under any circumstance, diagnose any illnesses or conditions nor do they purport to replace the treatment of a medical doctor. Should A (Clinical) Hypnotherapist suspect that a client undergoing Hypnotherapy treatment is suffering from an undiagnosed illness or condition, they would immediately refer the client to their primary care physician.

Hypnosis cannot, and should not, stand alone as the sole medical or psychological intervention for any disorder. Hypnosis should not be used instead of appropriate medical, dental, or psychological treatment, and any individual with a medical or psychological problem should first consult a qualified health care provider for diagnosis and professional advice. Hypnosis should only be practiced by those who have been appropriately trained, who practice appropriately, and within the scope of their training.

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