Our Shrewsbury Hypnotherapy and Acupuncture Services
Everything you need to know about our Shrewsbury hypnotist and acupuncturist
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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 Shrewsbury hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
This is an inclusive fee.Some patients stop smoking with two treatments, but we provide a third in any case.
We hope to bring AM to Shrewsbury by the end of 2017.
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR SHREWSBURY HYPNOTIST
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR SHREWSBURY ACUPUNCTURIST
OUR GUARANTEED AFTERCARE SERVICE
When you have seen our Shrewsbury 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.
Shrewsbury Hypnotherapy AfterCare
If you need one we can provide a follow-up session with our Shrewsbury hypnotist. And our AfterCare service gives you three years of counselling support. If you call the helpdesk (01200 40 50 22) the day after your hypnosis, we will assess whether you need any more help
Shrewsbury Acupuncture AfterCare
DIRECTIONS TO OUR SHREWSBURY HYPNOSIS AND ACUPUNCTURE BRANCHES
Directions to our Shrewsbury Hypnotherapy branch
Directions to our Shrewsbury Acupuncture branch
UPDATES: OUR SHREWSBURY HYPNOTIST AND ACUPUNCTURIST
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NO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO STOP SMOKING
We help people to stop smoking, but we also help heavy smokers to become light smokers – IF THAT IS WHAT THEY WANT. We have a book on this subject, and there are lots of pages you can read for free. You might like to do this before you come to our Shrewsbury hypnosis or acupuncture service. Here is a taster.
….. And in any case, so what if it does go up again? What are we saying, that if it goes up again you have failed and it wasn’t worth doing? Excuse me? If you smoke 20 a day and cut down to ten for a year, if we accept that smoking less is a good thing (for heaven’s sake, don’t let’s go through that again) is it not axiomatic that smoking less for a year is also a good thing, regardless of what follows? If you have been seriously ill for years, and your GP says hey, I can make you feel a lot better, but I’m afraid it will only last a year, are you going to say oh well in that case it’s hardly worth bothering, is it? Come on, let’s be very clear about this. It doesn’t matter in the slightest how long you cut down for, for two reasons. First because you will have all the benefits of having smoked less (you know, the ones about it saving you money and making you healthier and so on), and if you can cut down by, say, half, for, say a year (or even six months, or whatever), then it is also axiomatic that you can do it again. If you go around thinking I failed because I only cut down for a year, which proves I’m hopeless and have no control, then well, what do you want me to say? If, on the other hand, you go around thinking hey, I cut down by half for a year, and it felt good, and I saved a load of money and felt healthier, and it’s crept back up but if I did it before I can do it again and I know it’s definitely worth doing, well, what can I say? Well done. It is the old glass half empty / half full business, and in this case it really is a helpful analogy.