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How Much Is Hypnosis Worth?

Are you shopping for a hypnotist?
Are you wondering what you should pay for hypnosis?

Let me offer a perspective that comes from 20 years as a professional hypnotist.

It’s understandable that you be shopping for the best deal. What you’ll find in terms of payment for hypnosis services will vary widely. Here is what you may find:

  • $50-$100 a session and recommend 5 sessions.
  • One session $200-$500. Period. Often referred to as the “One Session Wonder”.
  • Multiple sessions over weeks costing $1200-$5000.

For a moment put aside any thought of what you’ll be paying. Consider what you want instead. Most people want a result. They want to be free of tobacco cravings, or anxiety. They want to get rid of their late night snacking habit or to deal with stress more productively.

Think about the RESULT you want and ask yourself  “how much would I pay for that”? Depending on how important the change is you might be willing to pay a LOT. What you want is a RESULT not just a good deal.  There should be other considerations than price.

Most importantly, you should feel confidence in the hypnotist you hire.

Here’s what you can expect from New Hampshire Hypnosis when it comes to service and cost. The cost of a hypnosis program is $400. A hypnosis program includes three mandatory sessions and unlimited follow-up sessions as needed. As of today, June 2018, no one pays for hypnosis, they pay for a result. Sessions are usually a week apart. After the third session, if the client feels more work is needed there’s no additional charge.

If you have any further questions about hypnosis, please call New Hampshire Hypnosis (603) 589-8033 and my secretary will transfer you directly to me, your hypnotist, David Barron.


David Barron has helped over 10,000 people since he began his profession hypnosis practice in 1998. He is the author of several books on hypnosis and influence and teaches hypnosis to qualified professionals.

The Hypnotic Power of Gratitude

I was recently working with a client for drug addiction.

Anyone who recognizes they’re stuck in a problem starts working to get out of it. As you might guess, he spent much of his time and mental energy working to avoid using drugs and alcohol. This avoidance became a huge preoccupation. Of course doing this can work but such vigilance can make an exhausting amount of stress. A turning point happened in our work when he realized that it is easier and  more enjoyable to focus on the things that he appreciates in life as opposed to trying to avoid using drugs and alcohol. The more he would be aware of the things he appreciates the less likely he is to think of drinking or using. Ultimately, if he thought about using intoxicants he realized they wasn’t appreciating the things his life as much as he could have.

I regularly remind clients how quickly craving and habits can be eliminated. Sometimes, when a client gets the result they want they start to wonder how long it’s going to last. Early on I remind them how fruitless this direction of thinking can me. As long as they are worrying, their not focusing on the things for which they can be grateful. As a result, when I’m working with my hypnosis clients I put a strong emphasis on using gratitude to reinforce positive results. What I tell my clients is whenever they notice something we’ve done in hypnosis working to simply appreciate it, smile, do a happy-dance, pat your subconscious mind on the back and say ” ‘at a girl”.

Conclusion

The subconscious mind is incredibly smart and, like a very intelligent child, whenever you acknowledge it for doing something right it starts to do it more. This is true for ANYTHING in your life and is why Gratitude has such an amazing power to help people improve their life.  There is nothing too small to feel grateful for; the air, the sun, the ability to breathe.  Gratitude only takes a moment of your attention to make you feel better. 

Common Sense and Hypnosis

I love that quote. Everyone I work with wants to do common sense things that should be easy to do. They want to stop smoking, eat right, control anxiety, focus on important areas of life and avoid distractions.  All of these things are just common sense.

  • It’s common sense to not smoke tobacco.
  • It’s common sense to eat healthy foods.
  • It’s common sense to get physical activity.
  • It’s common sense that speaking to groups of people should be easy.

These things should be easy … but they are not.  If gaining this level of control were easy people wouldn’t need a hypnotist.  A lot of people will explain that they “can’t get our of my own way.”

Hypnosis is designed to create the “ideal conditions” where doing the commons sense things are simple, easy and automatic.

People wonder what the experience of hypnosis is like to make such a dramatic, and common sense, change.  I remind people that it’s all about directing the attention to the right things. The hypnotist is the tour guide, your job is to do the “heavy lifting” by simply following the hypnotists instruction. Most of the time the feeling you get in hypnosis is so positive and pleasant it’s amazing. A lot of people feel so dramatically better they’re smiling and laughing at the end of the session.  Yes, it’s an “ideal condition” for being able to do what is just common sense.

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Give New Hampshire Hypnosis a call. Many of our clients work with us through video conferencing, making the process even more convenient.  Call our office (603)589-8033

Radio Interview with New Hampshire Hypnotist, David Barron

A few weeks ago I was contact by a radio station that wanted to talk to me about hypnosis. It was a great interview. You can listen to it here:

Click here to listen to the interview.

The Unseen Expense of Smoking

Simply knowing you should quit smoking isn’t usually enough to make it happen. Warning labels on cigarette packages become just another form of white noise…even though you know they are right. An annoying cough and heaviness in your chest begs you to quit smoking. In spite of the impact to your health there is a considerable negative impact on something else – your pocketbook.

Is It Overlooking the Obvious or Denial?

Throwing a few dollars toward a pack of smokes seems harmless, like the cost to your health, smoking has a cumulative impact on your long term finances.  Considering the big picture of how small expense add up you should remember that According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , the average cost of a pack of cigarettes is $6.28, which means a pack-a-day habit sets you back $188 per month or $2,292 per year. Ten years of smoking comes with a $22,920 price tag.

If you’re thinking electronic cigarettes are less expensive you would be wrong. It’s just another way to feed a habit that dose more harm than good to your health and finances. A pack of cigarettes you smoke carries an additional $35 in health-related costs.

Think of the BIGGER expense

The cost of smoking adds up and costs you in more ways than you can first imagine. Health and Money are just the most obvious there is also a risk of lost respect in a world where smoking is no longer a respectable pastime. Smoking also sets an example to the people you most care about. The costs keep going up and up.

You are a wiser person when you decide to stop smoking. You will also discover that you are a stronger person too. Hypnosis has been shown to be one of the most effective methods to become a lifelong non-smoker.

Make the call.

Big Tobacco Wants Your Young

Fresh information has surfaced lately about the activities of Big Tobacco companies in markets over the developing world. One investigation by Reuters news agency revealed the facts of how Philip Morris International has been targeting young adults, teenagers and the younger generation in India through colourful advertising and promotions at night clubs and parties in large cities like Delhi. In Uganda, British American Tobacco has won the best battle to limit the expansion of health alerts on packets and point-of-sale displays.

For those who have studied a brief history of the tobacco industry, these tactics will come as no surprise. In the developing world, Big Tobacco seemingly is replicating the advertising strategies which it first performed in countries like Britain more than 60 years ago.

Public health efforts in Traditional western countries have proved effective in changing the regulation and stubbing these away – and subsequently improving the decline in smoking rates. It is this experience that has made some tobacco companies so determined to fight against similar public health  procedures in the developing world.

A historical perspective, then, can be useful in illuminating their strategies, aiding to  make clear why the tobacco industry is so protective of its marketing activities.

Introducing researching the market

Cigarettes are a fairly standardized product.  Right now there are  only a few properties that can be altered to distinguish one brand from another,  which explains why advertising is so important. It’s through marketing and advertising that different brands distinguish themselves about what remains a crowded  industry.

Data from OECD Factbook 2013.
This was especially  apparent in the UK in the 1950s and 1960s, when the  United kingdom  tobacco industry resumed advertising cigarettes following a calm down, quiet, quieten in sales during the period of rationing that trailed World War 2. Powered by the  growing techniques of researching the market, tobacco companies started out tailoring their promotions to specific demographics.

In particular, studies of the reasons of consumers in the mid-1950s emphasized essential young people were for cigarette manufacturers. Market research for  Imperial Tobacco, for example, found that: “The maintenance and stability of the cigarette market  hinged in large measure on the regular recruitment of youth (age 15-23, roughly) to the cigarette smoking habit. ”

To accomplish this, admen suggested a host of advertising themes and marketing promotions that they thought would charm to young people. They will talk  about a brandname having a particular “atmosphere” or “identity”, and marketing activities were designed to  improve this.

For instance, the tobacco manufacturer WD & HO Wills introduced a new filter-tipped brand in 1960, Strand cigarettes.  Advertising campaigns featured a lone  shape  – the Strand man – stalking in  relation to city at night time , smoking. The tag line went: “You’re never alone with a Strand.”

Loneliness, and the advice that Strand cigarettes could help you overcome it, were emphasized in the campaign because it was believed this will resonate with young people. Researching the market at the time revealed that youth was a time of heightened low self-esteem, with young people socializing and going out more as they entered the adult world. The  advertising presented Strand cigarettes as a foil to this – a social brace to occupy yourself with when social situations became awkward or else you} found yourself alone.

Sell Cigarettes to the young

Furnished with this knowledge of young people and the social  practices  tobacco companies also started out supporting their ad promotions by running promotions, which took place at various commercial leisure venues.  Another instance, in support of their Bachelor cigarettes brand, John Player & Sons ran a competition in the early 1960s which created at Mecca Dance halls up and down the country.

Dubbed the “Ideal Bachelor Competition”,   contestants and their dance partners could earn prizes of cigarettes and money by dancing the “Bachelor Quickstep” and  giving an answer to several questions. All participants had to be be under 40, and a panel of six young women picked the winner, basing their decision on the “Qualities of an Ideal Bachelor”. These included qualities you might expect, such as having a “bright and cheerful personality”, “a smart appearance” and a “good steady job”.

Events such as this provided a tobacco companies a way to promote their brand and skirt normal rules of advertising.

The tobacco industry focuses on young people because they’re impressionable. Their product and brand preferences are not yet set, and they tend to be  ready  to experiment. Companies need new generations of  people who smoke to sustain sales,

Quit Smoking NOW!

It doesn’t matter your age. Anyone who smokes can quit smoking. If you’re ready to become a non-smoker contact our office now. (603)589-8033

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Big Tobacco is Making it Hard to Quit Smoking

It’s true smoking is becoming less acceptable in modern society, but the tobacco industry is finding it’s ways around that by making other tobacco products cheaper and more available. This includes the promotion of roll your own products as well as buying cigarette cartons direct from the factory. This is especially true in the United Kingdom where regulations on tobacco are more lax than in America.

These efforts by Big Tobacco are less concerned with getting new tobacco users as they are with digging their addictive claws deeper into existing users. Certainly cheaper tobacco products provide an easier introduction to smoking but Big Tobacco is more interested in the long term support provided by addicted smokers. Many smokers have discovered they can maintain their habit by simply switching brands, with some brands comparable in cost cigarettes at the 2002 average.

As the budget of the average smoker in the UK declines tobacco companies are compensating by providing a wider range of brands and costs. The United States has help to demonstrate by increasing tobacco price as one of the best deterrents to reduce smoking. Always thinking long term profits Big Tobacco has countered by an increase in availability of cheaper products in conventional stores to thwart public health campaigns.

Knowing smoking rates are significantly higher among poorer communities, disadvantaged smokers are more likely to use cheap tobacco. The availability of cheap cigarettes could also be contributing to the widening socio-economic disparities associated with smoking.

All The More Reason To Quit Smoking

The reasons to quit smoking are many with health and money being the most common. In the light of this information there is also a more socially conscious reason. Every cigarette represents a loss of income from the poor to the over privileged tobacco industry. Tobacco use also acts as a devious way to redirect control from the poor to the rich. The only real solution to this is to make quitting smoking a social movement of, by and for the economic underclass.

For more information on my guaranteed quit smoking program please use the contact form on this website.

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“I can’t be hypnotized!” Yes, you can.

“I can’t be hypnotized!” Yes, you can.

Probably due to basic misconceptions about hypnosis there are people who firmly believe they cannot be hypnotized.

There are several reasons for this belief and by talking about them I’ll be better able to discuss hypnosis in general.

Do your research and you’ll uncover this definition of hypnosis: “Hypnosis is a process of changing behaviors by bypassing the conscious mind critical factor to make acceptable change at a subconscious level.

What is hypnosis like?

What that doesn’t explain is what hypnosis is like to someone who has never experienced it. As a result people take stories and hearsay to create their beliefs about hypnosis. Much of what people are exposed to about hypnosis is so fantastical they can’t imagine being able to be hypnotized.

My first response to someone who says “I can’t be hypnotized” is to explain that hypnosis is simply an intense and pleasant state of focus. Thus it’s a natural process that occurs under certain conditions. Because it’s all about paying attention the only people who can’t be hypnotized either don’t have an attention span or can’t/won’t follow instructions.

People will sometimes say it as a challenge “You can’t hypnotize me”. In many of these cases they believe hypnosis is a contest of wills with the hypnotist dominating the subject so there is a natural defensiveness. To these people I say “You may be right. I can’t hypnotize people who can’t follow instructions or simply aren’t able to pay attention. But if you like we could do a small test to make sure you’re not one of those people.” From there I demonstrate how simply paying attention can make dramatic changes to perception.

The only example of people where I’ve had problems hypnotizing were people so anxious it pulls their attention away from everything else. These so-called difficult people can still be hypnotized by using different tactics to help them redirect their attention.

The bottom line is you CAN be hypnotized if you want and if you are willing to follow instruction.

Want to find out more?  Call my office (603)589-8033

Hypnosis For Pain Control 

According to an article published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, Mindfulness training and hypnotic suggestion significantly reduced acute pain experienced by hospital patients.The study took place over a year involving 244 patients at the Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. When testing three different methods of pain control, hypnosis yielded the best results. This was done with only the most basic of training in hypnosis, performed by social workers. There are in fact countless studies on hypnosis and pain relief. Some people even come to us before a surgery to prepare for it. 

You can be free from physical pain through Hypnotherapy

What does this mean to you? Firstly, hypnosis is a scientifically tested non-drug option for pain control. You can experience good results from only a minimal amount of hypnotherapy, imagine the possibility of success with a 20 year veteran hypnotist who has specialized in helping people who are suffering with debilitating pain. New Hampshire Hypnosis has been in operating since 2009. Chief hypnotist, David Barron has been a professional clinical hypnotist since 1998. 

Are you curious about using Hypnosis to free yourself from pain?

If you would like more information on how pain can be controlled through hypnosis contact New Hampshire Hypnosis at (603)589-8033. Our pain control hypnosis model requires 3 sessions and most people achieve the result they are seeking from the very first session. By the time you are done you won’t have the shackles of pain dragging you down and keeping you hostage. Imagine your life as a person who is liberated and has a new lease on life. Regardless of what you may have been told the pain you are feeling is part of a warning system your body has set up as a defense. Even chronic pain can be overcome through the thorough mental conditioning that occurs when your subconscious mind is satisfied that there isn’t anything you should worry about.

Why should you listen to our FREE hypnosis audio presentations?

I’d like to take some time to explain the benefits you can get from the free hypnosis audios available on this site.

When you listen you’ll immediately notice the hypnosis audios are designed to put your outer world on hold and provide some time and space for you mind to rest and regroup. After just one listening most people report MUCH less stress and a clearer perspective on how to handle things. This is often enough reason to download these audios for when you need them, but here is added benefits to regular daily listening. It’s been documented that by listening to one of these audio recording on a daily basis. The audio presentations we have on this site are simply designed to institute a greater sense of acceptance with yourself at the core while improving your ability to focus and thus renders you more susceptible to hypnotherapy in general, increasing the chances of your success in past and future hypnosis session. These sessions have also been designed to alleviate stress and promote health and wellness in your life. People who know themselves and are happy with their lives are more confident and age slower than those who constantly worry and feel like they are on an endless path to getting to know themselves.

Hypnosis clients are asked to commit to listening to one hypnosis process at least once a day for the duration we work together.  Most keep listening daily long after our work together has ended. Feel free to share in the benefits!  You can download your free hypnosis audio at http://newhampshirehypnosis.com/audio/ If you have any further questions feel free to call my office at (603) 589-8033.

David Barron

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