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Suzanne Lamb - BScHons DipCouns DipHypCS DipHypnobirth DipCBT AdDipPsyCoun

Sometimes the symptoms that you have may be related to a physical issue that hasn’t as yet been diagnosed. When this becomes apparent I will require a signed form from your GP to state that there is no contra-indication related to hypnotherapy. For example this always applies to IBS, often applies to young people and rarely applies to hypnobirthing.

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Gp Price Form

All of my pricing can be found below, as well as a downloadable form for your GP to fill out. If you are interested in any of the services below, please feel free to get in touch to find out more information.

Individual Sessions

Individualised sessions will be charged from £40 - £70 per session, sessions will vary in time depending on your personal needs, please allow 50-90 mins.

Hypnobirth Sessions

Hypnobirth sessions are adapted to the individual needs of the couple and start at approximately 32 – 34 weeks of pregnancy, a full course is £280, but a sliding scale personalised class to fit with your preferred time is available and pre payable to reserve the sessions. Please contact me to discuss your needs.

Gut Specific Sessions

Gut Specific Directed Hypnotherapy (IBS protocol with the knowledge of your GP) – 5 sessions over 3 mths, approximately 7 hours in clinic time (audio support at home included). Cost is £300.

Pure Relaxation Sessions

Pure relaxation sessions are £40 and will last between 40 - 60 minutes.

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National Hypnotherapy National Hypnotherapy National Hypnotherapy Katharine Graves British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

"The Professional Standards Authority (formerly called the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence) has set up an accredited voluntary register scheme for counselling, hypnotherapy and other health & social care services. Counsellors, psychotherapists and hypnotherapists should belong to an AVR (Accredited Voluntary Register). AVR registration will be seen as the benchmark for practice and clients, employers and organisations will be looking for therapists who are registered on an AVR. The National Hypnotherapy Society was the first organisation to receive this award and National Counselling Society was the second counselling organisation to receive accreditation under the AVR scheme. Only registers of organisations which meet very high standards will be awarded AVR status, and this ensures consumer protection to anyone looking for hypnotherapy or counselling services. ."