Hypnotherapy In London – Alcohol Addiction

Hypnotherapy In London – Alcohol Addiction

Cognitive Hypnotherapy is a wise approach to tackling alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction can be a reward (good time) based addiction or one of dependency (escape based). Whatever your personal experience is with it, I believe that the bespoke nature of Cognitive Hypnotherapy will serve you. Through our work, you will gain the tools and knowledge to make your recovery your own. Together we will work towards creating a life free from all the workings (mind, body and soul) of addiction. As a result, a forward-thinking mindset geared towards creating the life that you may have been missing out on, due to addiction.

What can you expect from Alcohol Hypnotherapy & Recovery Coaching?

• A change In unhelpful, unconscious beliefs held around Alcohol, using Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) and bespoke Hypnotherapy
• You will manage cravings much easier with neuropsychology focussed interventions
• Life after recovery, coaching
• Create a powerful shift in awareness focussed on a life free from addiction
• Personalised Hypnotherapy audios included

Why is Cognitive Hypnotherapy so effective?

Unlike many drugs, alcohol is widely available and is a favoured pastime of the nation. We celebrate with it, mourn with it, kill time with it, blow off steam with it and, relax with it. We drink to numb pain, we drink for courage, we drink to remember and we drink it to forget. For somebody struggling with this addiction, there are clearly many triggers and many excuses to drink.

One of the things that set cognitive hypnotherapy apart from traditional hypnotherapy is the principle that trance is an everyday occurrence. Where traditional hypnotherapy will aim to put you in a trance in order to change your behaviours, Cognitive Hypnotherapy will find the trance within your behaviours and then use trance to un-hypnotise you out of them. Triggers and excuses are trance-states. Click here to learn more about Cognitive Hypnotherapy

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