STOP SMOKING IN SURREY
Free initial confidential consultation.
The quickest most effective way to help you to STOP NOW.
Using modern brief strategic interventions.
Thirty years experience to help you now.
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Everyone is telling you that you can do it. And you know it makes sense.
You want to be free of what began as a pleasure, as self protection, or even an act of rebellion against people - who no longer belong in your life!
Only you dread the misery of withdrawal and the feelings of going without.
Be encouraged! You can break free from the beliefs and thoughts that run through your mind. You can achieve that glow of success and feel good in the morning. Rediscover your selfworth and confidence whilst supporting your good health.
Forget those long programmes that commit you to many high-cost sessions.
I offer a free initial consultation to find the quickest route to freedom for you. My work is reasonably priced so that you can focus on recovering control and good health.
With hypnosis I help you to access your unconscious mind and fill it with motivation, feelings of success, encouragement and hope
Yes of course you can become a non-smoker
Allow me to help you achieve this today call 01932 341055 or Email James
Hypnosis utilises a natural state of mind that everyone uses 50 to 200 times every day. Stop smoking the easy way with this unique combination of approaches my approach can reinforce your decision to stop smoking; making the process much easier and can eliminate many of the side effects such as cravings, mood swings and weight gain.
Stop Smoking with Hypnotherapy "the most effective way to give up smoking"
Hypnotherapy, the therapeutic application of hypnosis, has been recognised as a method to aid smoking cessation for many years. Even as far back as October 1992, following a research study at the University of Iowa, New Scientist magazine reported hypnosis as "the most effective way of giving up smoking"( New Scientist vol 136 issue 1845 - 31 October 92, page 6). Hypnosis - The Most Effective Way to Stop Smoking - New Scientist
To find the most effective way to stop smoking, researchers from the University of Iowa conducted a meta-analysis, combining the results of more than 600 studies totaling nearly 72,000 people from Europe and America.
The results, which were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, included 48 studies of hypnosis covering 600 smokers, which clearly showed that hypnosis was the most effective treatment and was three times more likely to help the client stop smoking than other approaches tested. Personalised, a dedicated 90 Minute Stop Smoking Sessions to help you to stop smoking. Nicotine Replacement does what it says. it replaces the nicotine with nicotine, in fact I have helped clients give up the nicotine replacements.
Personalised, dedicated 90 Minute Stop Smoking Sessions to help you Priority Service for Stop Smoking Clients Ongoing Support Even After You Have Stopped Smoking
Your investment for a stop smoking treatment is just £100 per session (a fraction of the £2000 an average smoker spends a year on cigarettes). You owe it to yourself to allow me to help you through the process to stop smoking.
Eleven good reasons to allow James to help you to stop smoking
1. A personalised, bespoke approach that's supports your change.
2. Free initial consultation enabling you and I to take the correct approach for you.
3. If required two free support sessions within the first six months.
4. You will be working with an experienced full time therapist.
5. You will receive priority treatment.
6. If you wish you can be seen at Hillview Medical Centre Woking or West Byfleet.
7. I belong to a recognised governing body and adhere to their code of ethics for your peace of mind.
8. Easy access and parking at both practices for your convenience.
9. I will be working with you using modern psychotherapeutic interventions known as brief strategic interventions.
10. The approaches used are those which other therapists ask me to teach them because of their effectiveness.
11. Your therapist has practiced within a Surrey National Health Service setting for more than fourteen years.