Help and treatment to Stop Smoking with CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy
Stopping Smoking helped and treated with CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy at the Carterton Therapy Practice providing effective brief therapy for Stopping Smoking using CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy.
Harry uses a combination of suggestion therapy, visualisation and positive thinking to make stopping smoking as easy as possible. A couple of years ago the largest study ever was undertaken into smoking cessation (in the U.S.A.) The study covered everything from; will power, nicotine patches, positive thinking, placebos, chewing gum etc - and the conclusion was that "most techniques turned out to be hopeless, Hypnosis however came out as the most effective anti-smoking technique" With the powerful Smoking Cessation techniques that Harry uses, most people find it easy to quit - in just one session.
In my experience, most people find it very hard to give up smoking for two main reasons:
- Because they BELIEVE that it will be difficult.
- Because they will gain no IMMEDIATE reward/benefit for doing so.
Let me give you an example
If somebody offered you ten pounds for your gold chain/watch, would you take it? No, of course you wouldn't. So what about £20?, £50?, what about £500? Chances are, if the amount offered kept rising, then sooner or later an amount would be reached that was an acceptable price/exchange for your piece of jewellery. You wouldn't give it up for nothing, you'd be mad! - and you'd want to be adequately compensated for your it.
- The better the deal, the better you feel.
- The worse the deal, the worse you feel.
Now, part of you wants to smoke. You like it. You've probably done it for years and years. It helps you to relieve stress and tension. It acts as a reward after a tough day at work. It makes life a little bit better. But only a LITTLE bit better!
What reasons do people give for wanting to quit?
- you might just live a little longer
- you might want to feel a little healthier
- you might want to save a few pounds towards a holiday etc
That doesn't sound like a good deal to me! - give up something you love, and in five years you may just feel a little healthier! No wonder people often get stressed, moody, stroppy, angry and depressed when they quit smoking by willpower alone. People want their rewards and benefits NOW - not in five/ten/twenty years time. I fully understand these issues as I myself was once a smoker, at times smoking up to 40 cigarettes a day!
Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation is so successful, because you receive immediate rewards for your efforts;
- you will feel an intense sense of pride and satisfaction
- you receive an immediate boost to your willpower
- you gain a huge amount of confidence in your ability to remain a non-smoker
- situations that used to make you feel stressed or anxious, now just relax you
This list could go on and on and on......
Ask yourself this
If you received a fantastic sense of well-being, calmness, pride and satisfaction every time you found yourself in a situation where you used to smoke instead, why would you want or need to smoke?
Harry will help you stop smoking as easily as possible. Only one session is required.