If I want to go to a specialist who practices hypnotherapy in London, where do I start and what is it important to think about when making a decision about a therapist?
There are a great number of practitioners who use hypnotherapy in London. However, it is most important to find a therapist that will suit your needs. Some clients find that their therapist talks too much and does not give them time to talk about their problems. Some therapists, particularly lay hypnotherapists, are not trained to treat the full range of conditions, and the clients leaves the consulting room feelings that (s)he is not cared for, and is not treated by a specialist.
It is important first to make sure that the hypnotherapist is trained and is recognized by a professional body. One would also be advised to see a professional who is also trained in a ‘therapy’-psychotherapy, CBT, clinical psychology or psychiatry.
Here at London Hypnotherapy UK, David Kraft is trained to treat the full range of psychological conditions. There are occasional circumstances when David Kraft refers his patients on to a psychiatrist or another professional, but these cases are rare, and this decision will always be discussed with the client. In the consultation session, David Kraft will listen a great deal and will then discuss with the client how to proceed. Each treatment programme is designed to fit the needs of the individual. The initial consultation session is of an hour’s duration, and subsequent sessions are 50 minutes.
David Kraft is based at No.10 Harley Street. The clinic is right in the centre of London, the nearest underground station being Oxford Circus which is on the Bakerloo and Victoria Line.
David Kraft is one of the leading psychotherapists who uses hypnotherapy in London: he has had experience working with individuals with a range of psychological conditions. The follows list is not a complete one, but it may give you some idea as to the variety of conditions which respond to hypnotherapy.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)
Lack of Confidence
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
How do I book a Session?
It used to be the case that one had to be refereed by a GP; however, nowadays, one can simply phone up or find a therapist on the internet. It is up to you whether you want your GP to know or not. If you would like to book a hypnotherapy session here in the centre of London, ring London Hypnotherapy UK on 020 7467 8564 ( www.londonhypnotherapyuk.com ). When you ring, you will get straight through to one of his secretaries who will be able to help you-only rarely will you receive an answer phone message as the phones are manned from 8:00am to 9:00pm each day and are even open on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00am to 5:30pm. London Hypnotherapy is the specialist partner of London Psychotherapy (www.londonpsychotherapy.co.uk ).