Are you Ready to be a PERMANENT non-smoker? If so, we can help.
At Healing Minds™, we make quitting smoking easier than you thought possible.
Many hypnotists offer smoking cessation in one session. It can work for many, however, we have found that unless the underlying reasons for smoking and nicotine dependency are addressed, people often return to smoking or replace their smoking addiction with a different addiction.
Hypnosis is the most powerful tool for helping individuals to become permanent non-smokers.
With hypnotherapy, you will not need any medications or nicotine replacement products, nor will you need to rely on your will power.
Your transition from being addicted to nicotine to being a permanent non-smoker will be simple, and you won’t have to suffer through agonizing cravings or mood swings.
However, for it to be effective, the individual must be ready and willing to quit. This means that you are committed to being a non-smoker, and your decision to seek hypnotherapy for smoking cessation because you want to be a non-smoker, and not because someone else is pressuring you to do so.
Because no one can make you quit smoking when you are not ready or unwilling, we prescreen our clients to make sure they want to quit for the right reasons, and they are motivated to succeed.
At Healing Minds™, we offer a holistic approach to smoking cessation.
Our treatment program consists of 2-4 individualized sessions.
Session One focuses on obtaining a thorough smoking history, goal setting for quitting and establishing a Stop Smoking Agreement.
Session Two to Four focus on following-through on the Stop Smoking Agreement, addressing the underlying emotional reasons for smoking, establishing and strengthening resources and skills needed to be a permanent non-smoker, as well as addressing any new challenges that arise from your new smoke-free status.
We teach you skills that you can easily incorporate into your daily living that will also help out in other areas of your life.
Your hypnotherapy sessions with us for smoking cessation may be tax-deductible. According to the IRS.gov website, “If you itemize your deductions on Form 1040, Schedule A, you may be able to deduct expenses you paid that year for medical care…. You may include amounts you paid for participating in a smoking-cessation program and for drugs prescribed to alleviate nicotine withdrawal.”
Schedule your free phone consultation today and learn how easy it is to become a Non-Smoker!