Our Laindon Hypnotherapy Service
Everything you need to know about our Laindon hypnotist
Click below to enquire about our Laindon hypnosis service.
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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 Laindon hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
Not provided here at the present time.
We hope to bring AM to Essex by the end of 2017.
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR LAINDON HYPNOTIST
Our hypnothist in Laindon, Susan Foster, also sees clients from Basildon. Please note, though, that we also have a Wickford hypnotherapy branch. Click on the link at the bottom of the page to see the details.
OUR GUARANTEED AFTERCARE SERVICE
When you have seen our Laindon 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..
Laindon Hypnotherapy AfterCare
We provide three years of counselling support. We strongly advise you to call the helpdesk the day after your session with our Laindon hypnotist. We will talk through how the session went, how you feel right now, and what, if anything, else we need to do.to do.
Directions to our Laindon Hypnotherapy branch
Branch address: 14 Rutland Close, Laindon West, SS15 6QX
NSSC Laindon hypnotherapy branch
UPDATES: OUR LAINDON HYPNOTIST
Date: 14th May 2018. For the next four weeks, our Basildon hypnotherapist is seeing our Laindon hypnosis clients.
Here is the link to the alternative to our Laindon hypnosis service.
To book with our Laindon hypnotist, or just to ask for our advice, click this button
DOING IT RIGHT
TEN TIPS FOR GETTING THE BEST FROM YOUR HYPNOTHERAPY
We want you to get the very best from your session at our Laindon hypnotherapy branch. Follow these simple tips and you can help us to help you.
2. Again, before you come, watch at least some of our videos here. Just pick those that interest you the most.
3. At the session, make sure you ask our Laindon hypnotist anything at all. Don’t hold back – they have to know what you need to know.
4. The day after your session, call the NSSC AfterCare helpdesk, on 01200 40 50 22. Their job is to make sure that everything is going well. If it is, that’s great. If it isn’t, they’re going to help you to fix it.
5. Avoid tomatoes, and any food containing tomato. If you don’t know why this matters, call us.
6. You might be tempted to go out drinking. Don’t do that until you don’t care about smoking.
7. If you have a smoker in the house, they have to support you. This means not smoking in the house or leaving cigarettes around.
8. Throw away all smoking materials. Why wouldn’t you do that?
9. Tell your friends you have stopped and ask them to support you in this.
10. Finally, something we cannot emphasise enough. If you have a problem, call us. We will never judge you. We’re here to help, and we’re very good at it. Don’t call our Laindon hypnotist, call the AfterCare service, on 01200 40 50 22.
THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Before seeing our Laindon hypnotherapist, you might like to read the free sample pages on our website.
Here is a very small taster:
Because I like chewing gum
Well, imagine you have the habit of chewing gum very regularly. You might say: I enjoy gum, I like to hand it round in company, I chew it when I’m bored, or as a reward, I like gum after a meal, and chewing helps me to relax. Alright, so far all of this is perhaps true. Now, imagine that one morning you wake up and the headline in every newspaper is that something people are in the habit of using every day has been discovered to be the major cause of death from cancer and heart disease, and that thing is chewing gum, that gum is killing three hundred people a day.
Is it conceivable that for anyone the benefits of chewing would outweigh the danger? Would gum chewers say I really want to stop but I can’t, because I need it to relax? Chewing gum would instantly be banned by the government because there would be no profit in it for them. Either that or they would tax it, and if that meant that chewing gum was going to cost, say, £2000 a year people would stop buying it anyway because no-one needs to chew gum that much. And that’s the point. No-one needs to chew gum. You can have all the same habits with gum as with tobacco, all the same associations with pleasure and relaxation, but what you will never have for it is a need. You would, in short, stop chewing gum because you’re not addicted to it.