My friend posted a screenshot of this cooky ad on his Facebook feed:
When someone uses phrases like "astral projection", "astral planes", "transcendence", etc., it makes me highly skeptical they have a legitimate claim to the title "Dr".
Question: Does Steve G. Jones have the title "Dr"?
“It’s remarkable just how many celebrities use hypnosis—how many CEOs and heads of production companies,” says Dr. Steve G. Jones, a hypnotherapist based in Savannah, Georgia, who charges $25,000 for two hour sessions with top executives, actors, directors and producers. “…It’s sort of a secret weapon for a lot of very successful, very wealthy people.”
K. Strauss, Using Hypnosis To Be Better At Business, Forbes, 2014
He was also mentioned in the Huffington Post as the victim of identity theft, and his techniques were mocked on the Chasers War on Everything (starting around 20m). He has a video on Express about "astral sex".
I found the answer while writing the question, but I think the answer is interesting, so I think I'll post a self-answered question.