Our Stevenage Hypnotherapy and Acupuncture Services
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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 Stevenage hypnotist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
Some smokers need two treatments, some need three, but in any case our fee covers three.
We hope to bring AM to Hertfordshire by the end of 2017.
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR STEVENAGE HYPNOTHERAPIST, AND CLIENT COMMENTS
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR STEVENAGE ACUPUNCTURIST, AND PATIENT COMMENTS
OUR GUARANTEED AFTERCARE SERVICE
When you have seen our Stevenage hypnotherapist or acupuncturist 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.
Stevenage Hypnotherapy AfterCare
This gives three years of support, including a free follow-up session with our Stevenage hypnotist in the first three months. We strongly advise you to call the helpdesk the day after your session. We will talk through how the session went, how you feel right now, and what, if anything, else we need to do.
Stevenage Acupuncture AfterCare
DIRECTIONS TO OUR STEVENAGE HYPNOSIS AND ACUPUNCTURE BRANCHES
Directions to our Stevenage Hypnotherapy branch
Directions to our Stevenage Acupuncture branch
UPDATES: OUR STEVENAGE HYPNOTHERAPY AND ACUPUNCTURE BRANCHES
Date: 14th May 2018. At the moment we are seeing most our Stevenage hypnosis clients at our Hitchin hypnotherapy branch.
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A SHORT CASE HISTORY
From our Stevenage hypnotherapy branch
Geoff wanted to be seen by our Stevenage hypnotist as soon as possible. We asked him what the hurry was, and he said it was his fortieth birthday coming up, and he had promised himself he would stop smoking before he was forty.
Luckily our Stevenage hypnotherapist was able to fit him in just three days later. Steve stopped smoking very easily in just one session of hypnotherapy. The question it raised for us was what triggers people to contact us. This isn’t the same as what motivates them to stop smoking. Most people want to stop. The more interesting question is why they don’t at any given time, and why they do at others.
The range of triggers our Stevenage hypnotherapist sees includes significant birthdays, the impending birth of a child or grandchild, a new relationship, moving house (don’t want it to smell), even a new car (for the same reason). These, and many others, are all reasonable triggers. The question they raise, though, is why any trigger is needed in the first place. To answer this, we have to ask why people don’t stop. Any Stevenage hypnotist would say the same thing – that smokers tend to have that moment of inspiration, when stopping becomes more important.
So the actual trigger might be important, or it might just be an excuse. This in itself begs the question we just asked: why isn’t the desire to be a non-smoker enough on its own? Well, we actually asked Geoff this question before he came for his hypnotherapy. We didn’t really expect him to know the answer, but surprisingly he did. He had tried to stop smoking many times before, with all the usual pharmaceutical products. He had even had hypnosis before, although he was a young man then and hadn’t taken it seriously (although he did stop for six months).
Geoff’s answer was that he had never wanted to stop smoking enough to overcome the difficulty. What that actually means is very complex, and we won’t go into it here. But for Geoff it did mean something, because he came to our Stevenage hypnotherapist and stopped straight away. It was the chicken and egg question, and so it had no real answer. Geoff just said it was his time to stop smoking, and that’s enough.
THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Before seeing our Stevenage hypnotherapist or acupuncturist, it’s worth reading the free sample pages on our website.
Here is a little taster:
Myth number 4
Addiction doesn’t matter when you stop smoking
Of course it doesn’t. It doesn’t matter when you try to come off heroin either. Really, what nonsense this is, and it’s usually peddled by people who have a great theory about the psychology of drug taking and don’t want the facts to get in the way.
Alright then, if addiction doesn’t matter, why do you smoke? What is the fatal flaw in your character that forces you to use a drug that kills 300 Britons a day because you ‘enjoy’ it, or because it’s just a ‘habit’, or because you like to smoke when you drink? This is a bit early to be claiming insanity.
Am I saying that addiction is the sole reason you smoke? No, or haven’t you been paying attention? Addiction is the basis of all drug taking, but that addiction creates the psychological dependence on the delivery method for the drug. That’s not what I’m talking about right now, so let’s stick with the subject in hand.
If you don’t believe me, here’s some proof that addiction is what it’s about. Herbal cigarettes cost about half what tobacco ones cost, but people don’t smoke them. Well, excuse me, smoking is smoking (yes, I know they smell strange, but no stranger than tobacco to a non-addict). Why don’t people smoke them if they are so cheap, especially people who haven’t got much money? There is only one reason. Herbal cigarettes cannot deliver nicotine. Yes, they’re smoking, but smoking is not the point. Without the drug, a cigarette is of no interest to a smoker. You smoke cigarettes to get a fix. It’s that simple. Addiction isn’t the only reason you haven’t stopped smoking, but it is the only reason for the other reasons, if you see what I mean, which you will soon.
OTHER STEVENAGE STOP SMOKING RESOURCES
If you’re not looking for a Stevenage hypnosis or acupuncture service, we suggest you see your GP.. You can also visit the Hertfordshire County Council website here.