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Hartlepool hypnotherapy


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Fee: £95

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 Hartlepool hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.



Not provided here at the present time. Your nearest service is our Durham acupuncture branch.



We hope to bring AM to Cleveland by the end of 2017.


Our hypnotist in Hartlepool is Pauline Kewley. If you would like to speak with Pauine, call us on 01200 40 50 22.


When you have seen our Hartlepool 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.

Hartlepool Hypnotherapy AfterCare

You will have three years of support, as well as a free second session with our Hartlepool hypnotist if you need it, within the first three years. Do call the helpdesk the day after your session. This will give us a chance to talk through how the session went, how you feel right now, and what else, if anything, we need to do.

Directions to our Hartlepool Hypnotherapy branch

Address: 127 Spalding Road, Hartlepool, TS25 2JP

NSSC Hartlepool hypnosis branch


Bookings: week commencing 5th February
Our Hartlepool hypnosis service has slots available only on Tuesday morning or afternoon, or Thursday afternoon.

Here are some of our other local branches. Click on any for the full details.



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From our Hartlepool hypnotherapy branch

It’s not often that we see young smokers coming to us for hypnotherapy or acupuncture. So when Justin called us we were pleased to hear from him. Justin was twenty three, and had only been smoking since he was seventeen, so he had one advantage over long-term smokers at least. But youngsters also have a distinct disadvantage. Most of them have a large social circle, and the incidence of smoking in that age group is very high. As well as that, young smokers tend to mix socially with other smokers. It goes together with drinking, which is another issue for young people.

Our Hartlepool hypnotherapist is really good with young people, and Justin took to her straight away when they talked on the phone. This conversation is the first part of the process. Every potential client has a chance to get to know the hypnotist before making up their mind. We find this helps when they come for their hypnosis session, because they are meeting someone who isn’t a complete stranger.

As we said, Justin and Pauline got on very well right from the start. It was a very good session, and Pauline could see that Justin had good motivation. She couldn’t tell yet how he was going to get on out in the real world, with friends who smoked, but he was a bright lad and seemed to know what he wanted. That kind of client does especially well, and is a pleasure to work with.

Justin’s first mistake was the evening after his session with our Hartlepool hypnotist. He had arranged to meet some friends for a night out, and because he didn’t inform Pauline of this the latter didn’t advise him not to. We tend to think that it’s just common sense to give yourself the best chance possible by staying away from other smokers. And yet we do need to tell clients this. We shouldn’t need to, but we do. To cut a long story short, Justin drank a lot and by the end of the evening had smoked four cigarettes. The first one was in a moment of madness. The second one was because he didn’t enjoy the first one. And the next two were because he had smoked so he thought he had failed.

After clients have been to our hypnotist in Hartlepool, this is the biggest single issue our AfterCare team have to deal with. It’s the biggest single reason people start smoking again. Like Justin, they smoke the first one for a silly reason. The first one doesn’t taste good, or like normal, so they try again. Then they just believe they have started smoking again. And Justin compounded his three errors by not doing the one thing our hypnotist told him he must do. He was to call the AfterCare service if he made a mistake. Was it a lack of maturity on Justin’s part? Perhaps, but then we find a lot of clients make this mistake, so perhaps it’s just that smokers believe in failure.

We explained to Justin the mistakes he had made, and he really accepted what we said. We brought him back to our Hartlepool hypnosis branch for a follow-up session and as far as we know he didn’t repeat his errors after that.


Here is a small taster from the book. If you are going to come to our hypnotherapist in Hartlepool, it’s a good idea to read the free sample pages first.

Is smoking as enjoyable as you think it is?

This is a pretty crucial question, isn’t it? If you have convinced yourself that any risk involved in smoking is outweighed by the benefit, by which you mean enjoyment, and you discover that there isn’t any enjoyment, that is going to drive a coach and horses through your justification for smoking.

Aha, but you know there is enjoyment. OK, maybe not all the time, but you know there are some cigarettes you really enjoy, and they would be hard to give up.

Some cigarettes? Just a minute. Surely if a cigarette is nice, well, aren’t two cigarettes twice as nice? If a cigarette is a pleasure, then every cigarette must be a pleasure. If it’s a pleasure one minute, how can it possibly not be a pleasure the next? Come on now, either it’s good or it isn’t. So why do people enjoy smoking some times more than others? It’s a good question. No, it’s a vital question. And it will not surprise you that I am going to answer it, in some detail.

Which cigarettes do you enjoy the most? No, don’t tell me, let me guess. First thing in the morning? After a meal? After work? When you get out of the cinema? I could go on. Have you noticed, though, that these situations all have something in common? They are all after a period of abstinence. In other words, the longer it is since you smoked, the more enjoyable it is to smoke. It’s not unreasonable, when you think about it. When is it most enjoyable to eat? When you’re hungry. When is it most enjoyable to drink? When you’re thirsty. When is it most enjoyable to rest? When you’re tired.


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 North Tees and Hartlepool website here.