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“In 1986, I discovered my natural gift for quickly inducing in people the deep trance state associated with successful hypnotherapy. This led me to pursue my life’s work, become certified, and transform the lives of hundreds, overcoming phobias and issues of all kinds.
My patients experience greater success because I supplement standard hypnotherapy with the MARS method, which I developed to integrate mindfulness and recalled success at key moments in your day.”
All you need to know
Whether you want to change yourself from a smoker to a non-smoker, or from an anxious person to a confident one, or from someone who is afraid of speaking in public to someone who is a confident and accomplished public speaker, hypnotherapy is an effective way of making these changes happen.
Maybe it’s something more physical – allergies or pain, or irritable bowel syndrome that you want to control. Hypnosis has been shown to be effective for all these things.
You might think that these issues are purely physical, but the sub-conscious mind plays a huge part in supporting the immune system.
Will I remain in control?
Yes, you remain in total control throughout the whole session. Just as you can stop reading a book or stop watching a film if you chose to, you can chose how long you stay in a hypnotic trance. Or even choose if you actually want to go into a hypnotic trance in the first place.
Will I remain awake?
Yes, you will be awake throughout the session. At the end of the session you may feel relaxed and refreshed as though you had slept. But you will be awake throughout the whole process.
Can I be made to do something against my will?
Hypnotising people against their will is an idea that belongs in films and novels. It does not apply to real-world hypnotherapy.
Can I 'get stuck' in a hypnotised state?
No, you cannot “get stuck” in hypnosis, just as you cannot “get stuck” reading a book, or “get stuck” watching TV.
In one famous case, a hypnotherapist helped his client go into a trance, and then, unfortunately, the hypnotherapist suffered a heart attack! After several minutes of silence, the client opened her eyes, to see the hypnotherapist unconscious on the floor. She phoned for an ambulance and saved his life.
So even if your hypnotherapist does go silent, because of a sudden heart attack, you will still be able to come out of the trance whenever you want to.
Can I hypnotise myself?
Yes, self-hypnosis can be taught, as part of the session, if that is something you want. Being able to use self-hypnosis can be very beneficial.
How long does a session last?
A typical session lasts 90 minutes. The first 40 minutes will be discussing what you want to achieve from the session. The latter half of the session will be spent in hypnosis.
How much does it cost?
A standard 90 minute session costs £125.
Multiple sessions can be booked at a reduced price.
Do you make home visits?
Yes. Home visits can be more appropriate for people with mobility problems for example. Or maybe because it is more convenient.
Some people naturally feel more comfortable and at ease in their own home, and this may help them get more from the therapy session.
Appointments for home visits can be made by calling 020 8242 4519, and leaving your name and number. I will call you back straight away.
What other people are saying
Alexandra Merisoiu, 2017 IJKA Karate Triple World Champion, 2016 WMO Martial Arts British National and European Champion
I cannot recommend Matt enough and am so pleased I made this investment in myself and my future. more …
Neil Allen, Actor
I would recommend Matt to anyone who is looking for a talented hypnotherapist, with a great work ethic and proven results. more …
Thomas, Advertising Executive, London
With every day that passes I feel less tempted to smoke! Thank you so much for your help Matt. I’m really grateful. more …
Alexandra B, Actress from London