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Control of Excessive Drinking in Camberley

Excessive Drinking - Hypnosis in Camberley


Hypnotherapy can help those who drink excessive alcohol. Drinking alcohol is an ever increasing and popular leisure activity. However, peer pressure, work pressure, emotional problems can easily lead to excessive drinking.


Hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help to bring back control of drinking, or to give up drinking alcohol altogether.


To find out more call Eve Kelsey on 01276 65598 or email .


By using a brief therapy approach with hypnosis in conjunction with cognitive and behavioural techniques and direct suggestions you can tell if it is working within the first two sessions. Sometimes people have noticed a change after the first session.


To learn more about control of excessive drinking using hypnotherapy in Camberley, Surrey.


Excessive drinking can be the result of habitual behaviours. Drinking can also be the result of psychological behaviours where alcohol is used as an anaesthetic to reduce emotional pain and provide a release from stress and relationship issues or past trauma. Usually someone who uses alcohol to cope with, or escape from, emotions or memories has developed drinking as a copy strategy.


If you begin to feel that you can't function without having an alcoholic drink or you begin to notice that you can't have a day go by without alcohol and you want to be rid of that dependency, then you can seek help through the use of hypnosis and hypnotherapy.


Hypnotherapy can help you to regain control again and it can be achieved in a relatively short number of sessions.


To find new ways of coping or to help break the habit, call Eve Kelsey. Hypnosis offers a very powerful intervention for drinking problems.








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