Do you have a habit or addiction that gets you attention for all the wrong reasons?

Did you know, correctly applied clinical hypnosis has been scientifically proven as an effective way to help to stop gambling, drugs, alcohol and many other embarrassing habits and addictive behaviours?  When you recognise, begin to understand, and make that all important decision to deal with your habit or addiction, you effectively take back control of your health, relationships, career, finances, – your life!

Below is a short list to show you a sample of the most common habits and addictions we use clinical hypnosis to assist with:

  • Chocolate
  • Sugar
  • Caffeine
  • Food
  • Gambling
  • Teeth grinding
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Finger nail biting

If you have a substance abuse issue, prior to attendance you must:

  • Discuss with your GP or other medical team, hypnotherapy as an adjunctive treatment option.
  • Obtain a referral, where appropriate.
  • Give written consent to us to contact your medical providers, where appropriate.

You must also know that you cannot hand responsibility for your issue over to us to fix.  It is you who needs to do the hard yards, while we provide the guidance.

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