Hypnotherapy for Smoking Cessation
Common Issues We Address When Helping Clients to Stop Smoking:
- Intense cravings for nicotine and the habitual urge to smoke.
- Psychological dependence on tobacco as a stress-relief mechanism.
- Difficulty breaking the routine and rituals associated with smoking.
- Coping with withdrawal symptoms like irritability, anxiety, and restlessness.
- Overcoming mental barriers to quitting, such as fear of failure or weight gain.
- Smoking as a social habit or to fit in with peers.
- Automatic, unconscious smoking triggers, like having a coffee or alcohol.
- Nicotine addiction is compounded by emotional or psychological factors.
- Habitual smoking is linked to specific times or activities, like after meals or during breaks.
- Relapse after previous attempts to quit, leading to discouragement and scepticism.
Our sessions guide you into a relaxed state, making your mind more receptive to suggestions that encourage smoking cessation. This approach is designed to reduce the intensity of withdrawal symptoms, such as anxiety and irritability, making the quitting process more manageable.
How Hypnosis Solves These Issues
Intense Cravings for Nicotine
Psychological Dependence as Stress-Relief
Breaking Smoking Routines and Rituals
Coping with Withdrawal Symptoms
Overcoming Mental Barriers to Quitting
Smoking as a Social Habit
Automatic, Unconscious Smoking Triggers
Nicotine Addiction and Emotional Factors
Habitual Smoking Linked to Specific Times/Activities
Relapse after Previous Attempts to Quit
Tailoring Mental Strategies to Help You Become Smoke-Free
We utilise hypnotherapy to access the subconscious mind, where the deep-rooted smoking habits reside. This method helps reshape these habits and instil new, healthier responses to cravings.
Our psychotherapeutic interventions delve into the emotional and psychological aspects of smoking addiction, addressing issues like stress and anxiety that often trigger the smoking habit.
Through counselling, we provide a supportive space for clients to explore their smoking habit, understand its origins, and develop strategies to overcome it.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
NLP techniques are employed to change how clients perceive smoking, turning negative habits into positive behaviours and reinforcing their commitment to quit.
Grounded in psychological principles, our approach helps in understanding the cognitive aspects of smoking addiction and employs research-backed strategies to tackle it effectively.
Session Fees and Duration
Our approach to helping you quit smoking through hypnotherapy is tailored to your individual needs, and our fee structure reflects this personalised service:
Fee Per Session: We charge £190 for each one-hour hypnotherapy session.
The number of sessions required for smoking cessation can vary depending on several factors, including the intensity of the smoking habit, individual psychological factors, and how deeply ingrained the pattern is. While some clients may find significant progress within a single session, others may benefit from a series of sessions to overcome their addiction and ensure lasting change fully.