Dear Dr David Kraft
I have been looking very carefully at the internet and I have discovered your hypnotherapy website. I have been trying to take off weight for a long time, and have had some success. But, recently, I have had a baby and I now find that dieting is really hard. I want to feed myself all the time. I find myself trying to eat carrots and fruit during the day. If I manage it, I then snack in the evening. I have tried various weight loss diet and these have not worked either. I am really lost at the moment too and need some confidence. I don’t have any confidence, and I want to talk about this too. I have read on your website that hypnotherapy can help people to take off weight. Can you help. Weight Loss Hypnotherapy looks like the sort of thing for me.
It sounds like yo need to speak to someone about weight loss and also about some other things that are going on in your life. I can certainly see you in Harley Street. The address is below:
London Hypnotherapy UK & London Psychotherapy, 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF
Please do give me a ring at my office on 0207 467 8564.
I look forward to speaking with you.
Dr David Kraft
Dr David Kraft is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a member of BSCAH. He has a highly successful practice in Harley Street, London where he uses hypnotherapy and psychotherapy to help clients with the full range of psychological disorders. David has published many articles in the filed off hypnotherapy and psychotherapy integration: he has written on driving phobia, eating disorders, IBS, anxiety, sleeping disorders, hyperhidrosis, covert sensitization (aversion therapy) and sexual disorders. His approach combines psychotherapy with hypnotherapy. He has published in Contemporary Hypnosis, the journal of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH) and the European Society of Hypnosis (ESH), and in the Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. David is also a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, and on the General Hypnotherapy Register.
Dear Dr Kraft
I have been looking at your website–in fact the website of London Hypnotherapy UK–and I am really keen to see you at 10 Harley Street. How many people work at London Hypnotherapy UK? I would really like to see you if possible because I need you to help me and I want the best hypnotherapist possible. When I come for the first session, will we be able to use hypnotherapy/hypnosis straight away? My friend went to see a hypnotherapist last year for her eating problems–she eats too much chocolate–and she has now taken off nearly a stone. It sounds like hypnotherapy is really very powerful indeed. My mother also went to see a hypnotherapist in Cardiff near where she works and she has found that she likes to keep seeing him for top up regularly–well, once every three or four months. She finds it really helpful to do this from time to time. She suffers from IBS. Also a really good friend of mine came over from Saudi Arabia especially to see you and he is now so much better. He had all sorts of problems and he is so much happier now having seen you. Thank you so much for that!
I also have problems with IBS. I feel bloated and I sometimes have constipation and sometimes suffer from diarrhea.
Of course I can help you and I can also offer you ‘top up sessions’ if you feel that they would be helpful. I am the therapist at London Hypnotherapy UK. We will use hypnotherapy at the first session when you feel that it is appropriate to do so.
Dr David Kraft
Dr David Kraft is a specialist hypnotherapist and psychotherapist in private practice: he is based at 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF. He runs two companies: London Hypnotherapy UK and London Psychotherapy. He offers appointment to all individuals and sees clients from Great Britain, Europe, the Middle East, America and Asia. He has had a tremendous amount of success, helping people with the full range of psychological conditions and other problems including phobic anxiety, agoraphobia, eating disorders, diet problems, IBS, anxiety, stress, depression, OCD, PTSD amongst many others. He has a diploma in clinical psychology, a diploma in clinical hypnotherapy and an advanced in clinical and strategic hypnosis. David is a member of BSCAH and a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He has written and published several articles in the field of hypnosis and psychotherapy integration.