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Aversion Therapy 2017-08-14T17:19:31+00:00

Aversion Therapy

Aversion Therapy in Wolverhampton

Aversion therapy is one of the oldest, and some claim most effective, form of hypnotherapy used to quickly change a habit or unhelpful behaviour.

aversion therapy for chocolate addiction - woman gorging on chocolate

It has been shown to be highly effective for dealing with problems such as:

  • Stopping Smoking
  • Overeating – such as chocolate or biscuits
  • Binge Drinking
  • Finger Nail Biting
  • OCD
  • plus many more

Aversion therapy is a type of behaviour therapy in which an aversive (causing a strong feeling of dislike or disgust) stimulus is paired with an undesirable behaviour in order to reduce or eliminate that behaviour.

When aversion therapy is combined with hypnosis and hypnotherapy, we use the full range of senses to help build up a realistic and tactile sense of something that you dislike a great deal, and create a subconscious connection with the activity that you want to stop or change.

What’s Aversion Therapy Like?

aversion therapy session - find out the triggers

When you come along for your session of aversion therapy Joan will ask you a number of questions to find out more about your particular problem and what triggers it.

On top of this she will also spend some time developing an understanding of thoughts, feelings and experiences that you have that can be used to create an ‘aversive’ reaction to your particular habit.

Once these things have been established, Joan will have all of the information she needs to tailor-make your session which she will then deliver whilst you are in the hypnotic state.

Is Hypnosis Safe?

The Hypnosis used in the aversion therapy sessions is completely safe and pleasant. Joan has more than 6 years of working with hypnosis and hypnotherapy and has helped literally hundreds of people in the West Midlands to make safe and effective changes through this method.

How Many Sessions Will I Need?

Because of the nature & effectiveness of aversion therapy (we are not looking for the ‘root cause’ of the problem) it is common to only need the one session.

Many people experience such a good result that they will often come back to see Joan to help deal with other, perhaps more chronic issues.

How Much Does it Cost?

Aversion therapy sessions last about 80 – 90 minutes with the hypnosis component taking up approximately 30 – 40 minutes.

Sessions cost £90 are are paid with cash please.

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