Dear Dr David Kraft
I want to ask you whether you can help me. I had hypnotherapy with your father, Dr Tom Kraft, and I want to know whether you can see me too. I saw him three years ago and he helped me with my research. He was a mine of information about hypnotherapy and psychotherapy, and I went to him for assistance. I was not a patient, but I did receive a basic training on hypnosis from him. At the time I was doing the UCL course and he was my tutor. I wanted to ask some more questions. Can you see me in Harley Street, or can we meet at the Royal Society of Medicine. I assume that you are a fellow there too. I remember having coffee with your father in the bar at the Royal Society of Medicine one time and he helped me with a piece of coursework that I was doing.
I am now working in private practice and need help with the following areas: performance anxiety, weight loss hypnotherapy, smoking cessation hypnotherapy, IBS treatment strategies (in particular how to use imagery in treatment, and the ‘river approach’), covert sensitization, and some more information about systematic desensitization.
Can you help
Yes, of course, we can meet. You can ring me on 0207 467 8564. We can meet at the Royal Society of Medicine in the first instance if you like. I, like my late father, use a combination of psychodynamic psychotherapy and hypnotherapy.
Dr David Kraft is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH). He has written several papers in both international and national journals_Contemporary Hypnosis (the official journal for BSCAH and ESH), and the Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. David is also on the General Hypnosis Register and a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine. He has a diploma in clinical hypnosis and two diplomas in clinical and strategic hypnosis. Dr David Kraft is currently working in private practice in Harley Street, London. He is one of the leading hypnotherapists in his field.
Weight Loss Hypnotherapy
London Hypnotherapy UK is now offering a new weight loss programme for clients. The cost of each session is at the reduced figure of £140. Wight Loss Hypnotherapy is a highly effective form of treatment and has been used to help many individuals to take of weight. Dr David Kraft has had a huge success with this form of treatment.
Dr David Kraft, Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist
Can you tell me when you make appointments and do you work on the weekends. How much do you charge? Also, can you list the treatment strategies you use.
I am afraid that I do not work at the weekend. In Harley Street, I work Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm. Sessions are £160. The first session is an hour and subsequent session are fifty minutes.
I use psychodynamic psychotherapy combined with hypnotherapy.
The very best of luck
Dr David Kraft
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June 2, 2010
I have had terrible anxiety for years now. I went to see a hypnotherapist in Australia and she help me in the short term, but I need to meet someone who had listen so that it will never come back. The anxiety is severe. I have panic attacks. My mother used to beat me and now every time I enjoy myself or think about going out and enjoying myself I get anxiety attacks. I think to myself, ‘I really want to enjoy myself’, and,’I really want to go out and have a good time.’ I also think to myself, ‘I hope I don’t get anxious’ and, ‘I hope that I can go out and see my friends’. And then it happens. I get stressed and anxious. I can’t breathe. My heart feels heavy and I begin to sweat. It is anxiety and I can’t stop it. I am out of control. need a good hypnotherapist and psychotherapist or psychologist who is trained to help me. I thought that I would go to you because I know that my friend really improved after seeing you. Please help because I am really scared and I want to continue with my life!!
I am certain that the combined use of psychotherapy and hypnotherapy will help you with your anxiety. If you would like to book an appointment, please ring 0207 467 8564.
Dr David Kraft
Dr David Kraft is a private psychotherapist and hypnotherapist and is based in central London: his offices are based at 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF, UK. David is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH). He has published papers in the field of psychotherapy integration and hypnosis. His papers are on the following topics: driving phobia, anxiety, sleeping disorders, sexual disorders, addiction and the use of covert sensitization in treatment, hyperhidrosis, eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia) and IBS. He has published in The Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis and in Contemporary Hypnosis which is the official publication of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH) and the European Society of Hypnosis (ESH). Dr Kraft has a diploma in clinical hypnosis, an advanced diploma in clinical and strategic hypnosis as well as a diploma in clinical psychology. David is also on the General Hypnotherapy Register, holding the General Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice. He is also a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the RSM.
How much is a psychotherapy session? Thanks you Geri23
Sessions are £160. The first session is one hour and, after that, sessions are 50 minutes.
Dr David Kraft: Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist
Dr David Kraft is a hypnotherapist and psychotherapist in central London. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH). Dr Kraft holds two diplomas in clinical hypnosis and a diploma in clinical psychology.
I just need some help with a few things. I want to have hypnotherapy with a trained hypnotherapist. Do you use psychotherapy or hypnotherapy? I understand that hypnotherapy is safe and that it involves two people and no drugs but will I be aware of what happens during the process. Can hypnotherapy be used to treat phobias, and how long does the treatment last. My friend had hypnotherapy three years back and she said that it helped her a great amount. She never felt better. What are the effects of hypnotherapy and how long do they last.
I need a hypnotherapist in central London, and I looked at your website. I decided to send you this e-mail because I thought that you looked like a fully trained hypnotherapist and not just some wacky witch doctor who was just taking people’s money, or a bored housewife who has re-trained because she wants to ‘help people’. Please advise. Kartrina
You are fully aware of what is happening during the hypnotherapy. Please see my CV on the website or the information about me at the end of this message. I have been using psychotherapy and hypnosis for years and very successfully. I use hypnotherapy to enhance my work in the psychodynamic psychotherapy. I have treated many individuals with phobic anxiety and successfully. I cannot give guarantees: it would not be fair. However, I do like to think of the work in short phases and do not see the point of drawing things out. Once we have got to the root of the problem, the effects are, in many cases, long lasting.
If you would like to book an appointment, please do not hesitate to ring me on 0207 467 8564.
Best of luck
Dr David Kraft
Dr David Kraft is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist in private practice. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a full member of the General Hypnotherapy Register. David is also a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the RSM and a member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH). He has published articles in the Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis and in Contemporary Hypnosis, the official publication for BSCAH. Over the last six years, Dr Kraft has published seven articles and two short obituaries–one in the BSCAH Newsletter, and the other in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). Dr David Kraft is an independent psychotherapist whose principles are based on that of Freud, Jung, Winnicott, Object Relations Theory and person-centred psychotherapy. His non-judgemental and caring approach has been very successful and has helped may people to live more fulfilled and happier lives. Dr Kraft is bases at 10 Harley Street in London, UK.