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Hypnotherapy in Canberra – any recommendations?

By allyroger 7 April 2011 25

I would be interested in any recommendations or stories about hypnotherapy in Canberra?

Specifically I would like to stop smoking.

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melissa225 8:27 pm 11 Oct 18

Another vote for Len Forbes – hands down the best thing I have ever done!! For me and my family!!

I was nervous going in, hoping it would work but also cautious thinking it was not going to work and would be a waste. I was completely surprised how easy it was and how comfortable I was made to feel. I would highly recommend Len Forbes! A few friends have tried group hypnotherapy elsewhere and it didn’t work for them so I decided to try a 1 on 1 approach. I went in on the 5 October 2011 and haven’t looked back!!

Sandra22 2:47 pm 10 Jul 17

I gave up smoking 6 years ago with Len Forbes – he’s here in Canberra. Makes no sense to me that it worked but it did. I haven’t felt like a cigarette since – had smoked for nearly 30 years and tried everything – patches, zyban, champix etc. I was skeptical too but there you go…

BrandNewMindset 2:07 pm 11 Feb 17

I know this is very much after the fact since the original question was asked in 2011 but
I would like to throw in my 2 cents worth since I am a suitably qualified hypnotherapist and counsellor. I am aware that many people still read this post.

Being a ex-smoker myself I am well aware of the struggles associated with stop smoking.
We all want to achieve something, but most times we just do not have the necessary willpower to persist to achieve our goals, take New Year’s Resolutions for example….how many of them last? The technical term for that is called Homeostasis – the inert tendency to resist change.

Around 90% of your mind is your subconscious mind and that is the main driver of your thought processes. The subconscious mind operates on the pain and pleasure principle. When you started smoking, it made you feel good and that associated smoking with pleasure in your mind. That association was reinforced every time you light up, and now if you want to stop, your mind sees that as pain. Your subconscious then tries to get you back to the pleasure by sending you thoughts that will get you to smoke again. Thoughts like “Man, I miss my after meal cigarette” or “I am so stressed now, a cigarette would be great” or if you order a beer at the pub you can almost see the guy go “You want a cigarette with that?”.

Hypnosis speaks to the subconscious process that drives the desire to smoke and nips it in the bud at the source…….if you would excuse the pun.

subzaus 12:01 pm 09 Oct 16

I would recommend Canberra Hypno Counsellor. They are a qualified expert in this area.

http://www.CanberraHypnoCounsellor.com

subzaus 11:50 am 09 Oct 16

I would strongly recommend Christina Richards, her website http://www.CanberraHypnoCounsellor.com

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