Prices & FAQs
Each session costs £65 and in general lasts between 60-80 minutes. Number of sessions per treatment vary but on average most treatments require 3 sessions for effective results. If you have any specific queries regarding price please contact us via our Online Form or connect with us directly via the Online Chat Support at the bottom of this page.
Sessions are booked by phone and a deposit of 50% of the session cost is payable at this time. No more than £30
I want you to be completely happy with your treatment, however should you decide to cancel then you are politely requested to give 48 hrs notice otherwise I reserve the right to secure payment for the missed appointment through the deposit paid.
Hypnosis is an altered but completely natural state of consciousness which you can enter into for therapeutic purposes so that beneficial suggestions may be given directly to your unconscious mind. The ‘deeper’ you relax the more you are able to deal with your condition effectively. While you are relaxed the right hand side of the brain which is associated with imagination becomes very active and can be guided to change your perceptions which can then help you meet most challenges. Hypnosis is safe, enjoyable and very effective but mostly mis-understood thanks to stage shows and Hollywood.
Hypnotherapy is effective for most people and unlike other talking therapies the results can be dramatic and long lasting because essentially the subconscious relearns how to experience negative emotions and learns to outgrow unwanted beliefs and behaviours at a neurological level of awareness. In the very small number of cases where the client is unable to respond Cumbria Hypnosis offers the exclusive assurance that treatment will only proceed f you have been deemed suitable for the process.
Everyone responds to Hypnotherapy and the experience of Hypnosis differently, just as people do to any form of therapy. Some people can recognise instant change while for others it may take longer. but even when it feels that nothing at all has actually happened, you may be surprised at just how much has changed, and this will be noticed in subtle shifts in perception and sense of wellbeing especially when you look back at how you were before you started using self-hypnosis. The key is not to have any firm preconceptions and to allow time for the process to work.
The science of Hypnosis has been around for literally centuries but is only now recognised by medical practitioners in the National Health Service, where it is being successfully used to control a full range of conditions including cancer. Millions of people are using hypnosis and hypnotherapy to stop smoking, lose weight, and to conquer their fears, such as fear of flying. Positive thoughts result in positive re-actions, which bring positive success and achievement. Hypnosis accesses the creative unconscious part of your mind, where there is no challenge or resistance to new ideas and concepts, and where the mind becomes receptive and responsive in such a way that it can absorb these new ideas and concepts quickly and easily without editing. For this reason the treatment can be much more effective, and produces longer lasting results than with many other alternative forms of therapy.
The deep relaxation process will distract the conscious part of your mind, and while this happens, positive suggestions are made directly into the unconscious part of your mind. This is where the ‘magic’ really happens because once your unconscious mind is open, it is much more receptive to the information it needs to change the unwanted experience or behaviour you want to stop or change, helping to activate the changes, such as feeling more self-confident, determined to lose weight, control a pain or fear, relieving stress or to outgrow your smoking habit.
What are the health benefits?
When Hypnotherapy is used for improving health, it can work positively on the way the body functions. Whilst in a state of hypnosis, it is possible to cause blood to flow better, veins to dilate, heart rate to reduce, and white blood cells counts to increase, and thus improving the immune system.
Can I have more than one treatment at same time?
For each treatment to be most effective you are not recommended to have more than one treatment at a time when dealing with your particular issue. If at all in doubt then simply contact us directly for more information.
Most definitely YES. Hypnosis is often misunderstood thanks to stage shows and Hollywood films. You cannot be made to do anything you do not want to and you will never be 'under the influence' of the hypnotherapist. You are always aware. Hypnosis can be broken at any time, you will still be able to hear everything, respond to others and be fully conscious to attend to anything that you need to.
Falling asleep is a natural symptom of being extra relaxed but you are always aware and your subconscious mind will have absorbed what it needs to. Many people liken the experience to dozing in front of the TV with their eyes closed. You know exactly what’s on and what’s going on but you are so relaxed you just let your mind drift. At no point do you 'go under' although you may feel like you have relaxed so deeply you may feel you have had a short sleep. This isn't always the case.
People who suffer from schizophrenia, epilepsy, paranoia, chronic depression, any psychosis or are violent, cannot use our service. If you suffer from persistent or chronic symptoms, such as high or low blood pressure, you must consult your doctor or practitioner for advice.
Cumbria Hypnosis offers a range of options to suit your needs. We are based in Barrow-in-Furness and we serve Ulverston, Dalton-in-Furness, Kendal, Whitehaven, Workington, Penrith, Windermere, Carlisle and Lancaster. We offer daytime, evening and weekend clinics to suit your schedule. If you are unsure please contact us directly on 0797 4319510 or via our online support chat at the bottom of this page. If we are unavailable please leave a message and we will get back to you within 24hrs.
Disclaimer: Finally Hypnotherapy should be used in conjunction with, and not as a replacement for any conventional medical treatment that you may be receiving. As Hypnotherapy can slow the heart beat down, we suggest that if you suffer with low blood pressure that requires medication, you should check with your GP before using any Hypnotherapy or Self-Hypnosis product.