Helping people stop smoking and conquer addiction is something I’ve been doing since first setting up my practice in 2002.
It seems to be ‘bread and butter’ to most hypnotherapists and it’s easy to understand why…
Addiction is driven by unconscious processes. And hypnotherapy is all about working with the unconscious mind and changing those processes.
In my free ebook, ‘How You Can Stop Smoking in One Session of Hypnosis’ I highlight how and why hypnosis works so well.
Click on the book to download your copy and find out why New Scientist magazine reported that, “Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking.” *
Below are a sample of some of the testimonials from people who I’ve helped stop smoking and conquer addiction using hypnosis over the last two decades.
As with all the testimonials on my site, client’s full names have been withheld for reasons of confidentiality.
Here’s what C.W. of Stowmarket had to say…
“I started smoking at 13, and despite numerous attempts down the years to quit using various methods, I was unsuccessful for any length of time. At 36 I decided it was high time I stopped, so I turned to hypnotherapy.
After one session with you, I no longer had the urge to smoke, or even to pick up a cigarette.
I experienced none of the usual withdrawal symptoms or cravings, and found it very easy to stop. I have no doubt that I am now a non-smoker for life. I felt some health benefits almost immediately, and this will only get better over time – and my purse is healthier too!”
“Just to say thank you so much for helping me in my quest to give up smoking and cutting down on alcohol. You are a genius. I have not smoked since March (yippee) and now have little desire for my usual white wine.” C.B.Stowupland
“I want to thank you so much for the help you gave me to stop smoking. I would never have believed it could be so easy but you made me see what I was doing to myself and gave me the confidence to stop…
It has been nearly three months and I feel like a new person. I have joined a gym and go 3 /4 times a week with the money I am saving from not smoking and am really enjoying exercising, my breathing is much easier and the tightness in my chest has gone.
I no longer wake up in the morning coughing and seem to have a better sense of taste and my food even tastes better. It is great to know that I, and my clothes do not smell of smoke and I do not feel an outcast anymore.
I cannot believe having been a smoker for 35 years that hypnotherapy would help me stop with such ease…
…especially as I gave up for four years but craved a cigarette every time I saw someone smoke; now it doesn’t bother me when colleagues at work light up. I just know I will never smoke again. I cannot thank you enough…many, many thanks.” C.A. Bury St. Edmunds
“…we are letting you know that since our visit to you we have not had a cigarette! We are feeling very smug about it but we couldn’t have achieved this without your help. THANK YOU.” M.A. and R.D. Milton Keynes
And this is what L.W., also from Stowmarket, had to say after stopping smoking in just one session…
“It has been 7 months now since I came to see you for help with giving up smoking and I can report that I have not had 1 single cigarette in that time, despite working with and socialising with smokers!
I have smoked on and off (mostly on!) for nearly 30 years and although I have stopped smoking 3 times, I always went back to it and never really believed that I could kick the habit completely.
I tried most forms of NRT – gum, patches and tablets and although they helped with the physical cravings it was the emotional side that I needed help with – I needed my brain to be “programmed” to forget that I smoke and that is exactly how I felt after my hypnotherapy session.
Despite some fairly stressful times recently when I would traditionally have started smoking again, I could draw on some of the information and scenarios that I received from you and that certainly convinced me not to start again!…
Thank you for giving me my life back and no longer to be “ruled” by smoking…
…I certainly feel much healthier and never give nicotine any thought, other than being relieved that finally I no longer need it – there is life after smoking!”
I wonder what you’d say?
What addictions would you like to break free from?
And when you do, what will be different in your life? What will you be able to do that you can’t do now?
I look forward to helping you break free and reclaim your life!