OUR LONDON SE1 HYPNOTHERAPY SERVICE
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LONDON SE1 HYPNOTHERAPY
Most clients stop in a single session, but a free follow-up is provided within three months in the event that you have a problem. Our London SE1 hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
LONDON SE1 ACUPUNCTURE
Not provided here at the present time. Click on our Branchfinder for your nearest central London acupuncture branch.
We hope to bring AM to central London by the end of 2017.
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR LONDON SE1 HYPNOTHERAPIST, AND CLIENT COMMENTS
Our hypnotists in London SE1 are Erika Keat and Trish Marin
“She was very understanding and empathetic. Took the time to explain everything. Filled me with confidence and self-belief.” SC, London WC2
“Very approachable. She made the therapy personal to me. Very good.” KT, Reigate
OUR GUARANTEED AFTERCARE SERVICE
When you have seen our central London hypnotherapist we will enrol you in our NSSC AfterCare programme. The support that comes with each therapy is different, although in each case it provides access to our unlimited help by telephone counselling.
London SE1 Hypnotherapy AfterCare
This gives three years of support. We would like you to call the helpdesk the day after your session. We have a great deal of expertise to help you through these early days. And be assured we will always help without judging you, so please don’t hesitate to call.
Directions to our London SE1 Hypnotherapy branch
Address: 103 Lower Marsh, London, SE1 7AB
NSSC London SE1 hypnosis branch
UPDATES: OUR LONDON SE1 HYPNOSIS BRANCH
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A STOP-SMOKING TIP
Before you decide to see our London SE1 hypnotist do take a little time to ensure that this is the right therapy for you. Everyone has heard of hypnotherapy, but most smokers decide to use it without knowing a great deal about it. How much do you know? There is some good information on this site, so click on the link above to get the facts. Think about why you can’t stop smoking and ask yourself a question. Does hypnotherapy solve that problem?
In fact almost everyone does very well with it. What we’re saying here is that there are other options, and they should be considered. The main one is of course acupuncture. This is every bit as successful, but for some reason is less well known by smokers. It may be more suited for you, so read about it before you decide. We have nearby London acupuncture branches (look them up in the Branchfinder).. If you then feel ready to make an appointment with our London SE1 hypnotist, then by all means go ahead.
If you’re still not sure, then why not call us? We’re here to help, and making sure you get the right therapy matters to us, so you can be confident we will give you good advice.
ANOTHER STOP-SMOKING TIP
An issue that often comes up when we’re talking to prospective clients is one of commitment. They say they’re not sure they want to stop smoking – despite calling us about it! If you are thinking of seeing our London SE1 hypnotist, we would ask you to think about what we’re saying here first.
If you have been asking yourself if you want to stop smoking, you have been asking the wrong question. No-one wants to stop smoking. What they want is to be a non-smoker. Think about it, and while you’re doing that ask yourself a better question. Are you glad you started smoking? We already know the answer to that one, don’t we?
So you are in conflict. You wish you had never started, but you’re not convinced you want to stop. You should be able to see what the problem is here. The issue is not BEING a non-smoker, it’s BECOMING one.You want to be someone who doesn’t smoke, but you don’t want to go through the process. Now that is quite understandable. What you actually want is for smoking just to disappear. Well, that is a bit like wanting a toothache to disappear. It will only do that if you go to your dentist. You are only going to be a non-smoker if you go through the stopping process.
So just stop thinking about whether you want to stop. Make your booking with our London SE1 hypnotist, on the clear understanding that once you have stopped you will be pleased you did. Have you ever met anyone who regretted stopping smoking?
DOING IT RIGHT
TEN TIPS FOR GETTING THE MOST FROM YOUR NSSC HYPNOTHERAPY
We want you to get the very best from your session at our London SE1 hypnotherapy service. These tips will help us to help you.
Before you come:
2. Watch the videos here. You don’t have to watch all of them. Just pick those that interest you the most.
3. At the session, make sure you tell our London SE1 hypnotist everything they need to know about you.
4. The day after, call the NSSC AfterCare helpdesk, on 01200 40 50 22. If everything is going well, that’s great. If it isn’t, they will help you.
5. Avoid tomatoes, and any food containing tomato. If you don’t know why, call us.
6. You might be tempted to go out drinking with friends who smoke. Don’t, until you don’t care about smoking.
7. If you have a smoker in the house, they have to support you. This means a) not smoking in the house, and b) not leaving cigarettes around.
8. Throw away all smoking materials. Why wouldn’t you?
9. Tell your friends you have stopped smoking and get their support.
And after the session:
10. Finally, something we cannot overstate. If you have a problem, call us. If you think you might smoke, call us. If you do smoke, call us. We will never judge you. We’re here to help, and we’re very good at it. Don’t call our hypnotist in London SE1, call the AfterCare team.
THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Before seeing our London hypnotherapist in SE1, you might like to read the free sample pages on our website.
Here is a taster:
Dependence stops people successfully stopping
As you read this think how many people are currently trying to stop smoking. Based on studies published in the Lancet (of smokers on nicotine replacement products), more than 80 percent of those people will fail in the short term.
Now there are masses of reasons why people fail, and you’ve read about most of them in this Handbook already and actually there are more to come. But there is an overriding reason why people fail. They are afraid to succeed, so they sabotage themselves. I’ll give you an example.
A patient in our Phoenix Programme came to the clinic and went off a non-smoker. So far so good. He didn’t smoke for a few days and then he rang to say he had been to a party and smoked. Now excuse me but if you know that at a party you are going to drink, quite a lot, and you know there are going to be people there who smoke and you know they are not likely to be exactly supportive of your attempt to stop, why the hell would you even go?
Oh, he said, it was already arranged. Well, he added, I didn’t want do disappoint my girlfriend. Really? Why not? Isn’t she going to be more disappointed that you carry on smoking than that she misses one little party? Oh well, look, I should be able to go and enjoy a party, shouldn’t I? I mean, it’s not fair if I can’t do that.
No, it’s not. It might, and here I may be going out on a limb but bear with me, be time to grow up, don’t you think?
Sabotage, I’m afraid, that’s what it was. He could have kept himself out of harm’s way but he did the opposite, he deliberately put himself in harm’s way, he deliberately made it likely that he would smoke. Why would he do that? Why would someone who has decided to stop smoking, and paid let’s face it good money to join a programme, wilfully wreck it all? The answer is, and you’re probably ahead of me here, that he was afraid to succeed. (Don’t worry about him, by the way, we got him through in the end, once he understood what he was doing and why.)
OTHER CENTRAL LONDON STOP SMOKING RESOURCES
Therapy might not be what you’re looking for. If it isn’t, and you want to take pharmaceutical products to stop smoking, we suggest you see your GP.. You can also visit the NHS Smokefree website here.