Do you smoke? Have you tried to give up cigarettes? Have you tried nicotine patches and not managed to give up smoking? David Kraft can help.
David Kraft is a specialist psychotherapist in Harley Street, and he has help many people give up smoking in a short space of time–sometimes in one session.
For an appointment, phone Harley Street on 0207 467 8564.
David is a member of BSCAH and a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
The Royal Society of Medicine runs lectures for psychotherapists, health practitioners, psychologists and other therapists who have a legitimate reason for using hypnosis in clinical practice. There is a section which specializes in the use of clinical hypnosis–the Section of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine. BSCAH is a Professional organization, again, for people who use hypnosis in a clinical setting. Those accredited by BSCAH are suitably qualified and are registered members of a recognized medical, therapeutic, scientific or academic profession and have a legitimate reason for using hypnosis in their professional work. David is not, as yet, accredited by BSCAH. Individuals who wish to go to a therapist for psychological help should look at the BSCAH website. Both David and BSCAH do not recommend that individuals go to lay hypnotherapists. Hypnosis is not a therapy by itself: it should be use adjunctively by a fully-trained therapist–that is to say, a doctor, nurse, psychologist or registered psychotherapist.