Dr. Giles

Scot Giles photoThe Rev. Dr. C. Scot Giles is a Board Certified Chaplain with a flair for hypnotism. His reputation as a hypnotist is international. Dr. Giles is an Advisory Board member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and has won most of the awards given by that organization. He holds the highest level of rank one can earn as a Consulting Hypnotist, Board Certified Diplomate. Dr. Giles is known all over the nation for my work with cancer patients.

The Rev. Dr. C. Scot Giles holds his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the University of Connecticut, Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He holds his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Meadville/Lombard Theological School at the University of Chicago With Highest Distinction and two academic prizes.

He is a Board Certified Chaplain, which represents years of additional training in the pastoral arts and the passing of a rigorous examination. This is the most widely recognized credential for clergy who work as health professionals.

Dr. Giles is a graduate of a state-licensed hypnotism school and has thousands of hours of advanced hypnotism training.

The Rev. Dr. C. Scot Giles sits on the Advisory Board of the National Guild of Hypnotists, and has won its highest awards, including the North Award for Lifetime Achievement, the President’s Award, the Charles Tebbetts Award, the Ormond McGill Chair Award, and the Hypnosis Research Award. He has been inducted into the Order of James Braid, the international honor society for hypnotism. He ranks as a Certified Instructor and Diplomate of the National Guild of Hypnotists. These are the highest levels of recognition that can be earned. He has also received recognition for his work from prominent community groups such as the Volunteer Center for North Suburban Chicago and Wellness House of Hinsdale, Illinois.

Dr. Giles is the author of the curriculum used by the National Guild of Hypnotists to train Consulting Hypnotists to do medical hypnotism in the United States, Great Britain and Canada.

He is a Unitarian Universalist community minister, authorized to work with people of all religious backgrounds by one of the oldest Protestant denominations in America.