The National Guild of Hypnotists were established by an enthusiastic group of hypnosis professionals and Dr. Rexford L. North, Director of the Hypnotism Centre of Boston, MA. Within a short time, local chapters were formed and operating in many major cities throughout the US , Canada and Ireland. Important resources through the years have been “The Journal of Hypnotism” and “The Hypno-Gram,” the very first publications devoted exclusively to the field of hypnotism.
This unique organisation continues to encourage an eclectic exchange of ideas, fellowship, mutual trust and co-operation among members - while promoting and protecting the art, science and philosophy of hypnotism. As NGH President, Dr. Dwight F. Damon has made it his mission to do everything possible to have our field recognised as a separate and distinct profession. The Guild has always assisted wherever needed, helping other groups and individuals in various states (and countries) regardless of their affiliations.