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I have emphysema and needed a life saving operation; my doctor told me they will not put me on the waiting list until I have stopped smoking for six months. I tried everything but could not manage to stop on my own. The Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic was great and made me face up to the facts. I stopped smoking on my first visit. I have been back to see my doctor and he has agreed to put me on the waiting list.


I tried all types of diets but could not manage to lose the weight I needed to lose. The Complete Hypnotic System helped me, I dropped two dress sizes in three weeks.


I had already failed my test  three times I just became, to nervous each test I seemed to get worse. My driving instructor suggested hypnosis well I passed my Test and it definitely worked for me.


I started the Complete Hypnotic Slimming System in January I lost 7lb in one week. This truly is an amazing way to lose weight. I haven't even started the Hypnotic Gastric Band yet.


My 16 year old son had a phobia of balloons he seemed to have a fear of them popping he also had a fear of other loud noises such as fireworks. I am pleased to say that some months on the results are working well. He has been very relaxed around balloons and when one went of behind him at a party he just looked up and commented the treatment worked. I also appreciate being able to sit in on the Hypnotherapy session.


My wife and I both attended the Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic on the same day and both stopped smoking after just one session. We save over £70 a week between us.

James and Linda

I have lost 29lb in seven weeks. I am finding the Complete Hypnotic Slimming System so easy. My wife has also lost 17lb


I stopped smoking at just one session at the Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic it was brilliant.


I stopped smoking after one session, never looked back.


I smoked over 30 cigarettes a day I also smoked cannabis, it was costing me over £400 a month a friend of my girl friend had stopped smoking at the Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic a few months earlier. My girlfriend booked me in. Its been two months now and I don't even feel like smoking. I have already saved over £800.


I have now lost 44lb on the Complete Hypnotic Slimming System and it's only been just over four months. I have now reached my goal weight and size.


The thought of taking my Driving Test made me feel sick I could do all the driving and manoeuvres on my lessons but as soon as the test came round I felt as though I had only just started to drive I forgot everything. The Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic helped me I passed; I am now driving my own car.




  • Have You Lost Someone Close To You.?
  • Do You Feel Unable To Move On.?
  • Do You Have Constant Feeling Of, Loneliness, Hurt, Sadness.?
  • Do You Have Feelings Of Guilt, Anger, Anxiety.?
  • Do You Have Feeling Of Regret, For Words Left Unspoken.?
  • Do You Want To Move Foreward But Don't Know How.?
Grief is the normal feeling we experience in reaction to a loss and usually refers to the loss of a loved one, through death.
Grief is quite common.
Death is as much part of life as is living.
Seventy five percent of women outlive their spouse. The average age of becoming a widow is in the middle to late fifties.
Bereavement is the state of having experienced loss, it is something we all have to go through at some time during our life. It can make you feel as though a large part of our life has been taken from us.
The pain and suffering is the price we pay for loving someone.
Losing someone or something important to us can change our life so very quickly.
The death of a loved one is a very difficult time, it affects us all at sometime.
While we are going through the pains of grief, it's very difficult to see how you will ever enjoy life again.
In time your grief will start to ease and your life will slowly begin to become more bearable.
Losing a loved one can be very painful to deal with, a smell a sound or even a song playing on the radio can bring back past memories.

How Can Hypnotherapy Help With The Process Of Grieving

No one can replace a love one.

Hypnotherapy can,help you to move away from your grief.

Hypnotherapy for grief and bereavement is not about forgetting a loved one, it's about helping you to release the negative and sometimes painful emotions and thoughts, that you associate with your memories.

Hypnosis can help you feel free, free to remember the memories you want, without the negative emotions and thoughts that cause you pain.

What Is Normal Grief

The more typical feeling someone who may encounter after bereavement, can include:

  • Feelings of guilt.
  • Anger.
  • Sadness.
  • Loneliness.
  • Crying.
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Weight loss.
  • Hearing the voice and sometimes seeing the person lost.
  • Preoccupation with the person.
The initial symptoms and the disturbances will become less and less as you begin to accept the loss.
The reaction to grief can vary, but usually lasts about six months but can sometime,last years.


What Is Abnormal Grief

Abnormal grief usually occurs when grief is very intense, prolonged or the reaction to grief is delayed

The reaction is somehow different, the symptoms you experience are out of the normal range and can include:

  • The belief that the unwanted feeling will never go.
  • Feeling of worthlessness.
  • Excessive feeling of guilt.
  • A prolonged feeling of being unable to function.
  • Slowing down of thoughts an movement.
Hypnotherapy can help you to move on through the bereavement, grief and loss, helping you to remember the a loved one without the negative feeling of, Guilt, Grief, Anger or Hurt, being able to remember the good and happy times.
When it comes to learning to live with your loss and moving on, there are five stages of grief that we may need to go through. It's good and healthy for us to go through them all.
Grief is individual to us all, there is no such thing as a typical grieving process. You may go one step forward and two steps back, this is all part of the grieving process. It will get better.
One of the hardest things to do is to let go of someone we love or to allow ourself to let go.

The Five Stages Of Grief

1) Anger. Why me?. Feelings of anger towards the deceased for leaving them and wanting to fight back. Anger is a very important emotion and by feeling and releasing our anger, instead of keeping it in we can begin to move on.

2) Denial. That this is happening to me. Acting as though your loved one is still living, looking for them in familiar places. There may be no crying or very little crying, unable to accept or even acknowledging the loss of a loved one.
This can be a normal reaction as it allows you to get through the day and only need to handle what is necessary at that particular time.
3) Bargaining. Trying to make a deal with God to stop or even change the loss. Praying for them, to come back, even begging and wishing for them to come back. We can find ourselves getting lost in this perpetual circle of " If only," or "what if "
4) Depression. After the bargaining stage, we come more towards the present, we can begin to experience feeling sometimes overwhelming feeling of self pity, hopelessness, bitterness, frustration, mourning for the loss of the loved one, as well as for all our dreams, plans and hopes we had for the future, this can leave us feeling empty with no control over what is happening.
5) Acceptance. There is a difference between acceptance and resignation. We can again begin to set goals look more to the future, as we now realise that life has to go on. We may still have thoughts of our loved one, but these thoughts become less frequent and less tense. You begin to look towards the future. This may take time but it will eventually happen.


Help With,The Funeral

One session of Hypnotherapy can,help you to get through the funeral.

Our Approach is Compassionate and Understanding.

Through Bereavement Therapy we hope to make the process of grieving less painful and more manageable.

 Grief Following The Death Of A Pet

For many people pets are a large and important part of their life, part of the their family. The loss of their family family pet their best friend their companion can be very destressing. Others find it hard to understand, how we feel at the loss of our pet.

What makes it even worse, is that sympathy and support are not alway available. People seem suprised at how upset we may be. Saying things like "its only a dog or cat, just get another". But as you know it was not just a cat or a dog it was your best friend your companion it was part of your family. Some people even laugh at your grief, telling you not to be so silly. This increses our pain and feeling of loss.

You feel that no body understands, what you are going through. 

You feel unable to even talk about it.

Unlike the death of a person, you can't talk and share your memories of your pet. Unable to talk about their habits or funny ways, as others don't understand.

The love we feel for our animals our pets is uncomplicated. The love they give back is unconditional, our pets don't judge us. They are always there for us, through good times and bad times. Our pets never abandon us or let us down, they always forgive us. They are always there for us.

The grief we feel for our pets can be just as intense as the grief we feel when losing a loved one, with all the same associated feeling, as we go through the grieving process.

Our pets are an important part of our life, they are are our loved ones. Sometimes they are our only friend and companion.

Hypnotherapy can help you through the grieving process.