How to become a P.S.H. therapist

A wide cross–section of experience and background is represented in the Association's membership. 

People from all walks of life have now successfully obtained the high standards required of a  P.S.H. therapist. 

Practitioners include those with no prior experience in this modality, as well as psychologists, hypnotherapists, nurses and midwives, occupational health workers, doctors, counsellors, natural therapists and many others.

Some seek training in the P.S.H. modality after experiencing the life-changing results of P.S.H. therapy for themselves. A growing number of therapists also embrace P.S.H. as they discover the results are very often superior to those gained using previous approaches or methods.

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Prerequisites for becoming a qualified P.S.H. therapist

To be considered for a place in the training program, the applicant must have


Schools are accredited on the basis that:

An important by-law in the Association's Constitution is that no person with a pecuniary interest in training people who may become members of the Association can ever hold a position on the ASTA Board of Management.

Accredited schools

People interested in training as Registered P.S.H. therapists should direct enquiries to:


International Centre for Subconscious-mind Training and Research (QLD)
Principal Director: Gregory Brice
Postal Address: PO Box 5004, Kenmore East QLD 4069 Australia
Phone: (07) 3378 5336


International Centre for Subconscious-mind Training and Research (AUST)
Principal Director: Belinda Hawkins
For enquiries:
Phone:  (02) 6238 2289 - Mobile: 0409 619 639