Freddy H Jacquin is the founder and principal of the UK Hypnotherapy Training College which he created in 1999. Over the past 25 years he has been influential in changing the perception of hypnotherapy and the use of trance as a therapeutic tool for positive change. In 1995, he trained initially in what is known as hypnoanalysis. This form of hypnotherapy is based on psychoanalysis. He then studied NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) techniques and Milton H Erickson, who is regarded by many as the founding father of modern-day hypnotherapy. He very quickly realised that there was a much more effective, efficient and unobtrusive way to help his clients. Utilising these techniques, that he has learned and created along with all the experience gained from dealing with thousands of clients with a multitude of various problems, he continues to developed techniques to move people rapidly to a resolution of their problem.