Frequently Asked Questions

Some questions and their answers about hypnosis, hypnotherapy and Solution Focused Hypnotherapy can be found here. If you don’t find an answer to your question, please feel free to contact me directly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We are all individual and unique and as such, the average number of required sessions varies quite broadly from person to person. It is possible, however, to provide a rough estimate based on an average across previous clients:

IBS: 8-10
Insomnia: 4-6
General: 3-10
Anxiety & Stress: 4-6
Fears & Phobias: 3-4
Trauma & PTSD: 3-4
Relaxation: 1

The initial 50-minute Discovery Session is free and subsequent sessions are £90 each except for the Relaxation Sessions which are £45 each.

Card payments are accepted via a link in your session invite email and payments should be made ahead of each session.

Nope. We estimate the number of required sessions when we first meet but you will always only pay upfront for your next session.

Solution Focused Hypnotherapy is hypnosis + therapy and combines the best aspects of many practical, modern, and established therapeutic techniques. i.e. Hypnosis, Psychotherapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Hypnosis is a trance-like state of mind where your attention, concentration, and suggestibility all sharpen and increase. You remain perfectly aware and in control and you will remember everything that is said during trance.

It will feel just like a daydream and most people find that they are pleasantly calm and relaxed during and after the session.

No! Your attention & concentration will sharpen & increase while you remain aware & in complete control & remember everything.

Addictions, anxiety and stress, behavioural problems, chronic pain, fears and phobias, physical conditions such as IBS, unwanted habits, skin conditions and migraines, panic attacks, poor sleep, lack of confidence, performance anxiety, and self-esteem issues, trauma and complex trauma, and more.