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Henley hypnotist

Our Henley Hypnotist

Everything you need to know about our Henley hypnotherapy service

Click this button to enquire about our Henley hypnosis service.



Fee: £220

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



Not provided here at the present time. Your closest service is at our Reading acupuncture branch.



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


Our Henley hypnotherapist is Jocelyn Marshall. You may well have some questions you would like to put to Jocelyn. Call us, and we’ll have her phone you to give you all the answers you need.


When you have seen our Henley 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.

Henley Hypnotherapy AfterCare

This gives three years of support, and includes a free follow-up session with our Henley hypnotist if needed (within three months). We advise you to call the helpdesk the day after your session. We will talk through how the session went and how you feel, If you need more help, we can talk about this.

Directions to our Henley Hypnotherapy branch

Address: Milton Cottage, Mill Road, Shiplake, RG9 3LT

NSSC Henley hypnosis branch


11/03/18. This branch is currently unable to offer short-notice bookings.
13/05/18, For the next two weeks our Reading hypnotherapy branch is taking our Henley hypnosis clients.

Click for the alternative to our Henley hypnosis branch.


Hypnotherapy Acupuncture

To book with our Henley hypnotist, or just to ask for our advice, click this button 


Before seeing our Henley hypnotherapist, you might like to browse the sample pages on our website.
Here is a very small taster:

….. Now, learning to smoke actually means doing something very specific in medical terms. It means teaching your immune system to stop telling you that tobacco smoke is poisonous. It’s a good trick and it’s incredibly dangerous, because your immune system being unable to tell you that it’s poisonous doesn’t stop it being poisonous.

When you learned to smoke, all you did was to stop your body protecting itself from being poisoned by tobacco. That’s why tobacco kills, because it has carte blanche to poison you without you knowing it.

So far so good, but what happens then? Well, I have to admit that no-one understands this mechanism completely, for the rather bizarre reason that there is no government funding for research into it. The only research we are aware of is being done by us. The drug companies, of course, don’t do the research because there would be no point. It wouldn’t help them to develop new drugs.

What we do know is that the immune system does something very strange when it is forced to accept poisons. It goes into reverse. If you insist on poisoning yourself, your immune system thinks that’s what you want to do and it says alright, if you insist, and throws itself completely into reverse mode and now, instead of trying to protect you from poisoning yourself it tries to protect you from stopping.


From our Henley hypnotherapy branch

Anthony rang us about hypnotherapy and, as we always do, we went through the issues he had with stopping smoking. He ticked all the right boxes, and we decided we should go ahead. Then, at the last minute, he asked whether he should have acupuncture. This showed quite a lot of confusion. Once we have assessed a client and made our recommendation, it’s not normal then to look at a different therapy.

However, before asking our Henley hypnotherapist to get in touch with him, we went through with Anthony what each therapy does, and explained why we had recommended hypnosis (which was what he had called us about in the first place). Now he knew more about each therapy he was happy to go ahead with the hypnosis.

So how do we assess a smoker and decide which therapy to provide? Like Anthony, most smokers don’t understand why they can’t stop. Almost everyone who calls about our Henley hypnotist has tried to stop smoking and failed. What this should show them is what their problems are, but in practice it just leaves most smokers bewildered. This applies especially if, like Anthony, they have been dependent on the NHS for smoking cessation. GPs are not good at asking questions. They provide answers, but in our experience providing an answer when you haven’t asked the questions leads to failure.

Anthony had assumed that if NRPs help people to stop smoking, and they hadn’t helped him, there was something wrong with him. This is why we worry about NHS patients being given one NRP after another, building failure upon failure. Anyway, that’s another subject.

So Anthony came to see our Henley hypnotist. Not because he had been told that hypnotherapy works but because he understood what it was going to do to resolve his problems. He came into this with his eyes wide open, unlike the great majority of smokers. They go to their GP, or even a hypnotist or acupuncturist, without knowing either what that method does or why they are using it. Perhaps we are being a little harsh, but it’s an important point. Before you come to us, or go to any of the Henley hypnotherapists you will find online, ask yourself two all-important questions. Why can’t you stop smoking, and how does hypnosis resolve those issues?


A Henley hypnosis service might not be for you. If it isn’t, we suggest you see your GP.. You can also visit the Oxfordshire NHS website here.