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Sandbach hypnotherapy


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Fee: £175

Most clients quit in a single session, but a free follow-up is provided within three months in the event that you have a problem. Our Sandbach hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.



Your nearest service to here will be a north Cheshire acupuncture branch.



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


Natasha Harvey, our hypnotist in Sandbach, also sees clients in our Nantwich and Crewe hypnotherapy branches.


When you have seen our Sandbach 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.

Sandbach Hypnotherapy AfterCare

This gives three years of support. We advise you to call the helpdesk the day after your session. This is the best time to resolve any issues that come up in the first twenty four hours. If you need to come back for another session with our Sandbach hypnotist, we will provide this.

Directions to our Sandbach Hypnotherapy branch

Address: 10 Hope Street, Sandbach, CW11 1BA

NSSC Sandbach hypnosis branch


Bookings: week commencing 5th February
Our Sandbach hypnosis service has appointments this week on Monday afternoon, Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning or afternoon.

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From our Sandbach hypnotherapy branch

Myra was, in her own words, ‘over eighty’. Without wanting to sound patronising, we were pleased that someone of her age wanted to stop smoking. More often than not anyone still smoking in their eighties has given up thoughts of stopping. So we were happy to offer hypnotherapy to Myra.

One of her questions related to the medicines she was on. Many people her age are on one or more prescription drugs, and we do get asked whether there is any reason why they can’t have hypnosis. Our Sandbach hypnotherapist was quite happy to see her though. Smokers on psychotropic drugs need to be assessed before having hypnosis, but that wasn’t what Myra was on. She was largely housebound because of a medical condition, and that was one of the issues our hypnotist was going to have to address.

Smokers in Myra’s situation often tell us that smoking is one of the few ‘comforts’ they have left. Myra was a widow, living on her own. Other than when her daughter visited with her grandchildren, she was free to smoke when and where she liked. It was her home. Her late husband hadn’t liked her smoking but that was more than ten years ago. She insisted she wanted to see our Sandbach hypnotist, but we were getting quite a lot of contradictory signals about her motivation.

And that was the point. Almost all clients give such signals. It’s because almost everyone who says they want to stop smoking has doubts. That is completely normal. In Myra’s case, though, those signals were especially clear. Even so, that was no reason to turn her down for hypnotherapy, so we went ahead.

The hypnosis session turned into quite a lengthy one, because the deeper our hypnotist in Sandbach dug, the more issues she uncovered. In the end, the session was completed, but she didn’t feel confident that Myra was going to succeed. She was wrong about that though. There was one part of the client’s personality that hadn’t come through during the hypnotherapy session. Myra was what we might call, though not to her face, a tough old bird. She had had a lot of hardship in her life, and she had developed a steely nature. Maybe she had one to start with.

In any case, between making her appointment and coming for her session at our Sandbach hypnosis branch, she had, it seemed, decided she was going to do this, come what may. At that point all obstacles had been removed. We had to confess a certain admiration for Myra. She could teach the younger ones a thing or two.


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

….. A word about diet drinks. Aspartame. I won’t say anything about it, because I could get sued by the manufacturers, but I have never let my children consume it, so say no more. One of the biggest favours you can do for your body, after stopping smoking of course, is to cut down on the sugar. You might have noticed I haven’t talked about fats. I don’t care about fats. I don’t care about cholesterol. I care about sugar. Consult any reputable author on nutrition and you will know why.

When you stop smoking the most important dietary advice is to keep your sugar intake low, your protein intake high, and drink plenty of fluids. A word about fluids. Water. Yes folks, it’s God’s gift to mankind. If you are bad at water I can sympathise, because I used to be. I just didn’t get thirsty. Then I started having pains in my kidneys and I suddenly found myself doing something about it. What can you do to drink more water? Well there’s water and then there’s water. I don’t care if it comes from the tap or the supermarket, but cold water, straight from the fridge, is more palatable than at room temperature. If you like fizzy drinks, buy fizzy water. Put some fruit juice in it, say half and half. Then there are herb teas. There are lots of ways you can get your fluid intake up if you really think about it. Water is good for so many reasons, but when you stop smoking it is going to help to detoxify you. Detox symptoms can mimic withdrawal symptoms, and not a few people start smoking again for the wrong reason – because they think they are craving nicotine when actually they are eliminating nicotine nicely.


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 East Cheshire website here.