Rev. Timothy Jones
B.Min. MA PhD(c) FNGH OB
InterFaith Community Minister
Board Certified Hypnotherapist
Rev. Tim worked in civil intelligence for 26 years, trained in forensic hypnosis in 1986 and transitioned to clinical hypnotherapy in 2005.
He teaches advanced and specialty courses to certified practitioners and with an active hypnotherapy practice, he is considered an expert in the science with his focus on brief change work to quickly help modify behaviour patterns no longer benefitting the client.
With over two decades experience and a Baccalaureate and Masters in Christian Ministry, Tim is completing a doctorate in Transpersonal Counselling with a focus on ameliorating the effects of attracted or randomly occurring energy attachments influencing human behaviour within naturally occurring ego states.
A member of the oldest and largest professional association in the world, the National Guild of Hypnotists, supported by over 21,000 members in 100 countries. Rev. Tim is Board Certified (2008), was certified as a Fellow (2011), was inducted into the Order of Braid for significant contributions to the profession (2015), and was presented the President's Award for professional excellence (2016).
Appointed Adjunct Faculty in 2008, he's been invited to present workshops annually to fellow professionals at the NGH Summer Learning Institute in New Hampshire, Mass., where he's earned 10 Meritorious Service awards.
Rev. Tim has also been an advisor of the Canadian Hypnosis Conference since its inception in 2012, and coordinates the Metaphysical Track for the Conference.
Tim wrote the global Medical Update column for 15 years for Scuba Schools International (SSI), one of the largest SCUBA certification agencies. He writes a regular column in NGH's professional journal, the Journal of Hypnotism, distributed worldwide, and is published alongside internationally recognized motivational speaker Bob Proctor (a Canadian, eh 🇨🇦) in "CONCRETE JUNGLE - Survival Secrets for the Real World" (Insight Publishing).
Tim taught SCUBA for 25 years in Ontario and earned the international rating of Master Instructor (PADI MI #204,021). An expert in cold water diving with 4,000-plus logged Instructor dives, nowadays, as Instructor Emeritus, he avoids cold water whenever possible and spends his wet time taking pictures of underwater seascapes. (Image from a Halloween pool dive for children.)