HYPNOTHERAPY and ACUPUNCTURE
With three years of support to ensure you stay stopped
Everything you want to know about our Solihull hypnosis and acupuncture services
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 Solihull hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
You may need either two or three treatments. Our fee covers three.
NOT STOPPING SMOKING
Smoking reduction that works
Birmingham clinic opening autumn 2019.
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Updates: Our Solihull Hypnotist And Acupuncturist
7th July 2018. Please note that, as shown above, there has been a slight increase in our Solhull hypnosis fee to £225.
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A SHORT CASE HISTORY
From our Solihull hypnotherapy branch
You would think, given the number of people we have helped to stop smoking in the past twenty-seven years, that we would have seen everything. And we have. Having said that, every client is different, in some small way, just as everyone is different.
Our Solihull hypnotist is kept pretty busy. When Maria called us about seeing our hypnotherapist, she sounded at first like a fairly routine case. Of course, many clients come to us worrying that their case is somehow impossible to resolve, but that’s only a function of the problems they have had to date. All smokers have those problems, so Maria, like most clients, seemed like a hard case to herself, but not to us.
By the time smokers come to our Solihull hypnotherapy or acupuncture branch, they have been through the range of NRPs, some have been prescribed Champix, and most have tried an electric cigarette. More often than not this leaves them feeling they are a hard case, which is understandable. What they don’t realise is that the problem is not them but the products they have been offered.
Maria had been on most of these products, and because she had failed every time she saw herself as a failure. What WAS special about her was that she lacked self-confidence. It’s a sad fact that many smokers do. Our Solihull hypnotist had a long chat with her on the phone before setting up an appointment. By the time she came for hypnosis, Maria had started, at least, to believe that her failure to stop smoking wasn’t just her failure.
It’s really important for clients to understand that what they are coming into when they have hypnosis to stop smoking has nothing to do with what they have tried before. This matters, because they need to stop believing that everything is the same, with slight variation. Hypnotherapy is not the same as drug products in any way. When Maria came to our Solihull hypnotherapy branch she did understand this difference. It isn’t essential to do so, but it helps. In any case, she stopped smoking, and this broke the cycle of failure. It also, happily, boosted her self confidence generally.
NO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO STOP SMOKING
Sometimes, people come to us not to stop smoking but for smoking reduction. It’s a choice they make. We publish a book on reduction. It’s called, No, You Don’t Have to Stop Smoking. You might be interested to read some of it before you visit our Solihull hypnotherapist or acupuncturist. Here is a taster.
….. No disease is pleasant, but there is something especially unpleasant about lung disease. And most lung disease in these days of clean air, when there is no longer any manufacturing or mining industry to speak of in the western world, is the result of tobacco smoking, because there is precious little else that people routinely inhale in the way of poisons. Heart disease, which is also a big one for smokers, does at least have the dubious benefit of being a kind of ‘silent’ disease, in that it tends to creep up and kill you before you know what’s happened.
Lung disease, on the other hand, is a long, slow, nasty way to die. There is no escaping the fact that if you can’t breathe it causes distress, and if you can’t breathe (properly, I mean, which you realise) for three or four years while you wait to die, then that’s about as distressful as it gets. So when we talk about most smoking-related lung disease being incurable, we need to think next about what we can do to limit the distress it causes.