Everything you want to know about our Northampton hypnosis service
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 Northampton hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
Fee £175, which includes three treatments.
NOT STOPPING SMOKING
Smoking reduction that works
Not yet available here.
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR NORTHAMPTON HYPNOTIST, AND CLIENT COMMENTS
Our Northampton hypnotherapist is David Lane, who also sees our clients from Daventry.
“The telephone support is great. Thank you.” JB, Northants
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR NORTHAMPTON ACUPUNCTURIST, AND PATIENT COMMENTS
OUR NORTHAMPTON HYPNOTHERAPY AND ACUPUNCTURE AFTERCARE
DIRECTIONS TO OUR NORTHAMPTON HYPNOSIS AND ACUPUNCTURE BRANCHES
To book with our Northampton hypnotist or acupuncturist, or just to ask for our advice, click this button
A STOP-SMOKING TIP
Before you decide to see our Northampton hypnotist you should be quite sure that this is the right therapy for you. You may know someone who stopped smoking with hypnotherapy, which is good. But that does not necessarily mean it’s right for you. Don’t get us wrong – it probably is. We’re just saying it’s not the right way to make this decision.
Of course, if you’ve stopped before with hypnotherapy, then that definitely does mean you should have it again. You should think about why you started smoking again, but at this point we could usefully remind you of our three years of support. Use it wisely and it can make all the difference.
As it happens, we also provide acupuncture in Northampton. If you’re not sure how this works, do click on the link towards the top of this page. Having said that, if you feel you are ready to make an appointment with our Northampton hypnotist, then by all means go ahead.
And finally, if you’re still not sure, having read the information we provide about both therapies, then why not call us? We’re here to help, and making sure you get the right help matters to us, so you can be sure we will give you good advice.
DOING IT RIGHT
FIVE TIPS FOR GETTING THE BEST FROM YOUR NSSC THERAPY
Naturally, we want you to get the very best from your session at our Northampton hypnotherapy or acupuncture branch. Follow these simple tips and you will be helping us to help you.
2. Again, before you come, 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 ask our Northampton hypnotist or acupuncturist anything at all. Don’t hold back – they need to know what you need to know.
4. The day after the session, call the NSSC AfterCare helpdesk, on 01200 40 50 22. Their job is to ensure that everything is working well. If it is, that’s great. If it isn’t, they will help you to fix it.
5. Avoid tomatoes, and any food containing tomato. If you don’t know why, our Northampton hypnotherapist will explain.
A SHORT CASE HISTORY
From our Northampton hypnotherapy branch
Max had never seriously tried to stop in all the twenty-seven years he had been smoking. Like many smokers, he had made half-hearted attempts, but he himself admitted that is all they were. He called and said he wanted to book up with our Northampton hypnotherapist, which was a good start. When we asked him about his history of trying to stop, though, we learned that he didn’t have one. So how did he know he needed help?
It interests us that some people assume they need help to stop smoking when they haven’t actually tried. Is there a general belief that stopping is something you can’t do on your own? The NHS is fond of quoting figures for the number of people who stop smoking without any help, but these figures are little more than guesswork.
We had no objection to Max talking with our Northampton hypnotist on the phone, but our advice to him was to see if he could stop smoking before he considered spending money on it. As a non-profit foundation, we have no problem with telling people if they don’t need us. Max, though, would have none of it. He insisted that we offer him an appointment. So why was this? Why was he so determined that he needed hypnotherapy? Why wouldn’t he at least have a go?
The answer was that because he believed that everyone needs help to stop smoking, he must too. He had convinced himself that he couldn’t do it. That was probably largely why he had always failed. Ideally, we should have liked him to watch our videos, read the book, and with all this new understanding perhaps he would have succeeded. Well, he was happy to do those things, but he didn’t believe they would replace hypnosis. We suspected he thought our Northampton hypnotherapist was going to put him to sleep and then he would wake up as if he had never smoked. He wanted it to be that easy, that someone else, effectively, would do it for him. Do we blame people for wanting that? We can’t really, can we? Who wouldn’t, for example, like to go to sleep, then wake up to find their dentist had done it all while they were out?
To cut a long story short, Max came to our Northampton hypnosis branch, and he stopped smoking very easily. Naturally enough, this convinced him that he had been right all along. Well, you can’t win them all, although the client would say that was just what he had done!
NO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO STOP SMOKING
Before seeing our Northampton hypnotherapist or acupuncturist, you might like to read the free sample pages on our website.
Here is a very small taster from them:
…… What you want if my guess is right, based on the indisputable fact that you’re reading this, is to be someone who doesn’t smoke. If you could wave a magic wand and you had never started smoking I think you would go for it, with some reservations perhaps but not many. What I’m saying here is that just about every smoker wants to be a non-smoker. What they don’t want is to become a non-smoker.
Pardon? Read that sentence again, and this time put the emphasis on become. There’s nothing wrong with being a non-smoker, but there’s everything wrong, apparently (because you haven’t managed to do it yet) with becoming one. Therefore, the problem isn’t in the being, it’s in the becoming. The act of STOPPING is what you don’t want.