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.