Cat Registered as Hypnotherapist

From BBC:

The regulation of hypnotherapists in the UK is so lax that even a cat can become accredited, the BBC has found.

Chris Jackson, presenter of Inside Out in the North East and Cumbria, registered pet George with three industry bodies.

Each one accepted a certificate from the non-existent Society of Certified Advanced Mind Therapists as proof of George’s credentials.

It follows a similar investigation by an American clinical psychologist.

Dr Steve Eichel suspected industry bodies in the US were not running checks on their members.

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2 Comments on "Cat Registered as Hypnotherapist"

  1. tonyviner | Nov 15, 2009 at 1:44 am |

    Pretty soon I think we will have a moose or some kind of elk in the White House.

  2. Does he work on other cats or people too? I have always wondered why cats have had stared incessantly at me. Beware the feline mind control.

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