Get the help of an experienced hypnotherapist to overcome your mental health issues.
Here’s all the information you’ll need, including fees and some frequently asked questions. All therapy begins with an initial consultation.
What payments do you accept?
I accept all major credit and debit cards, and are processed through the online booking portal Fresha Appointments.
Is hypnotherapy recognised by the NHS?
Hypnotherapy is not usually available on the NHS and is as you can probably imagine, a privately funded option. Alternative ways may be possible through private healthcare plans, that will reimburse part or all of the costs of hypnotherapy treatments not funded by the NHS. Please contact your provider before seeking treatment.
Who should not have hypnotherapy?
- Anyone experiencing psychosis.
- Those who are experiencing chronic pain that hasn’t been investigated and diagnosed by a qualified GP or doctor.
Who cannot get hypnotised?
There is no such thing as someone that can’t be hypnotised. There are however people that resist it, even if they don’t know they are resisting it. If you resist hypnosis then it won’t work. You can’t force it on someone, they have to want it to happen for it to work. It’s a bit like going to the hairdresser but refusing to take your hat off.
What type of people are easy to hypnotise?
Those who are of average or above intelligence, have the ability to focus their mind and can follow simple step-by-step instructions.
How long does it take for hypnotherapy to work?
For some issues, such as smoking cessation or weight loss, results can be seen relatively quickly. For other conditions, such as addiction or anxiety, the process can be more gradual, and it may take several weeks of treatment. However, most clients experience a rapid improvement straight away from their initial consultation.
How much should I pay for hypnotherapy?
You can expect to pay between £50 to £100 for an hour’s session with a professionally trained hypnotherapist, some may charge a great deal more. I charge £70 for in-person and £65 for online.
Is hypnotherapy worth the money?
Depending on where or who you approach for hypnotherapy, the question of whether it’s worth the money is a subjective issue. If you consider the problem and weigh up the costs, ask yourself if you can continue suffering in the way you are without seeking help. A good measure is to seek other people’s opinions on how your hypnotherapist has helped them, and always check reviews are genuine. Word of mouth is generally a good avenue too, and whether they’re registered with a reputable governing body eg National Council for Hypnotherapy.
Is there easy accessible parking available?
Yes. Driveway and on the road parking easily available.
Do you provide therapy for under 18s?
No, I generally limit therapy sessions to 18 and over. Under exceptional circumstances I will, but on a case by case basis.
What days are you working?
All my availability is shown on my online appointments portal Fresha. I do offer evenings, and also weekend appointments. So if you’re struggling with work commitments, you’ll always fine a convenient time for your appointments.
Can I cancel or change my appointments?
Yes absolutely, you can cancel and perform other actions on your appointment using my online booking system. Everything is automated and available 24hrs a day.
Do you have a cancellation policy?
Clients can cancel or reschedule online up to 24 hours in advance without any fee payable.
However, you will understand that as with any small business owner a 10% fee will be charged in case of late cancellation within 24 hours. A 30% fee will be charged in case of no-show.
A flat fee of £5 is payable for a no-show of initial consultations.
“As a therapist myself I would highly recommend, Neil. He is very professional, compassionate & kind. He gets to the route of your issues and resets you, to be the best version of your self. I had very positive results from my sessions with Neil. 5 stars and some more “