To attend your Online Hypnoherapy Session, simply click the "WAITING ROOM" link in the column to the right.

Once you enter the Waiting Room, wait for your Client to arrive.

While waiting, click on the "Offices" button at the top of the Office. Select the Online Therapy Office appropriate for your meeting. You are provided two Individual Therapy Offices, and you may always create additional offices if you like.

Once you have selected the office you would like to use, click "Edit" and add a password to that office. Once your Client arrives, contact them by clicking on their icon and choosing "Private Message" - in this private message window, provide your Client with the office name and password you created.

Click on the "Offices" button at the top of the page and enter the agreed upon office.

Click on "Connect Webcam and Audio" button on the left side of the Office. Allow all the settings it asks permission for.

That's it - you should be off and running. If you have trouble, check your webcam and microphone connections (see below), and if all else fails, restart your computer.

Video and Microphone Setup
The Hypnotherapist Network's video conferencing system is very straightforward and easy to use. You will need a webcam and microphone. No other special equipment is necessary. The Hypnotherapist Network's video conferencing is fully PC, Mac and Ipad compatible. Video and audio is not supported by Smartphones due to carrier restrictions, however MyTherapyNet instant messaging will function on these devices.

Camera and Microphone Settings.

1. Click on the "greater than" symbol next to the "X" on your webcam screen (1 below).
2. If you don't see an image in your webcam window, then click on "change" under "Cam is ON" (2 below). Select your camera, and the image will appear in your webcam window.
3. Click on "change" under "Mic is ON" and select the Microphone that is attached to your computer (3 below).
4. If you want to turn disable "Push To Talk" (5 below), then click the checkbox next to "Mic is ON". Now your Microphone is in "always on" mode.