What are habits and addictions?
It’s difficult to know when gambling, drinking, smoking or even recreational drug use has crossed the line from enjoyable to all consuming.
Chances are, friends and family will notice somethings up and may start questioning you and your changing behaviour. Often, you’ll feel angry, defensive and judged by them, but deep down you know it’s true.
Which is why you’re here.
If you have a sense that things are getting out of control, then Hypnotherapy can help.
Signs that you’re ready to quit smoking:
Signs you’re ready to get help with gambling:
Signs that alcohol is becoming a problem:
How can hypnotherapy help?
Hypnotherapy is globally known to be the most effective, least invasive and safest way to stop unwanted habits and addictions.
The facts about habits and addictions:
What to expect during your session?
Your session can be in person or remote (using a webcam) and will start with a relaxed chat identifying what you want to get out of the sessions.
During the hypnosis, you’ll be awake the whole time and feel in complete control. I’ll speak with ‘the boss’ (your sub-conscious mind), and give it useful, safe and positive suggestions to replace the addiction with healthier habits.
Throughout the session you’ll be in a very relaxed state, everything is non-invasive and you won’t do anything that is not aligned with your moral code.
Will Hypnosis Work for Me?
Why Choose Rebecca Privilege?
For over 26 years, I’ve has made it my life’s mission to bring light and love into the lives of the people I’ve worked with. Believing in the healing powers of our natural surroundings and our own selves, I aim to restore my clients’ lives to their Divine Birthright, and empower them to become healthy, happy and whole.
Over the years I am grateful to have helped countless people with their addictions.
Are you ready for hypnosis?
Not everyone is ready for Hypnosis.
Discover if you’re a good fit for this treatment with a FREE 15 minute Discovery Session
*Texas A&M University, System Health Science Center, College of Medicine, College Station, TX USA. Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2004 Jan;52(1):73-81
**Intensive Therapy: Utilizing Hypnosis in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders.American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Jul 2004 by Potter, Greg