Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Hypnosis Consumer Protection Act. Provides that a person who is not otherwise licensed to provide some form of health care and who provides hypnotism services shall not be in violation of the health care profession practice Acts and shall be deemed to engage in the nontherapeutic practice of hypnotism, unless that person engages in specified activities. Provides that an unlicensed person providing hypnotism services shall, prior to providing those services, (i) disclose specified information in a plainly-worded written statement and (ii) obtain a written acknowledgement from the client stating that he or she has been provided with the written statement. Provides that an unlicensed person providing hypnotism services shall state in any advertisement that he or she is not an Illinois licensed health care practitioner. Provides for a civil penalty to be collected by the Department of Professional Regulation.