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Kyle McMillan, CH.

I am a graduate of DASETi, Singapore. Having obtained my diploma after a year’s equivalency intensive, I became a Member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, Inc.

Abbreviated as NGH, the National Guild of Hypnotists is the oldest Hypnosis Organization in the world, and their Accreditation is widely considered the industry gold-standard. I am honoured to be a part of their institution. 

Behind the degrees and titles, however — and what has driven me to obtain them — is of course my own story.

While I am now primarily present-and-future-focused, one is never entirely free (nor should they be) of those things that shaped them. I am a trauma survivor and ADHDer with a wide gamut of personal, real-world experience that I am still learning how to integrate. Needless to say, this plays a very prominent role in how I work with my clients, as well as my approach to the practice as a whole.

While not the only tool in my arsenal, hypnosis is by far one of the most important, and has been life-changing for me–which is exactly why I know it holds such possibility for you as well.

As with all things however, the litmus test lies in the doing; one could
read about these topics ad infinitum and still find that, in terms of
their behaviour, nothing has changed. Isn’t it time to change that?

Kyle McMillan, Consulting Hypnotist / Hypnotherapist, sitting in a chair in the office at his practice, Point of Practice, Chinatown Point Offices, Singapore.

Kyle McMillan, CH.

I am a graduate of DASETi, Singapore. Having obtained my diploma after a year’s equivalency intensive, I became a Member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, Inc.

Abbreviated as NGH, the National Guild of Hypnotists is the oldest Hypnosis Organization in the world, and their Accreditation is widely considered the industry gold-standard. I am honoured to be a part of their institution. 

Behind the degrees and titles, however — and what has driven me to obtain them — is of course my own story.

While I am now primarily present-and-future-focused, one is never entirely free (nor should they be) of those things that shaped them. I am a trauma survivor and ADHDer with a wide gamut of personal, real-world experience that I am still learning how to integrate. Needless to say, this plays a very prominent role in how I work with my clients, as well as my approach to the practice as a whole.

While not the only tool in my arsenal, hypnosis is by far one of the most important, and has been life-changing for me–which is exactly why I know it holds such possibility for you as well.

As with all things however, the litmus test lies in the doing; one could read about these topics ad infinitum and still find that, in terms of their behaviour, nothing has changed. Isn’t it time to change that?

"The moment you taste honey, you know honey. All the other stuff beforehand, even your PhD about honey, is not knowing, not true knowing.”