Hypnotherapy can help you
‘Sam had an issue with his gambling…’
- Is it time for you to stop gambling?
- Is compulsive gambling ruining your life?
- What will life be like, free from addiction?
- It is possible to cure gambling addiction.
- You can take back control, you know.
- Hypnotherapy and NLP can help you.
We have successfully given treatment to many people to help them to stop compulsive gambling. This is no more than a bad habit, although the compulsive gambler’s ‘bad habit’ will often have devastating effects upon their life and that of their family and friends.
Learn to control your thinking rapidly and easily
The way we help you to stop compulsive gambling is to teach you literally HOW to control your thinking so that you stop compulsive gambling, stop finding yourself walking into that betting shop or logging on to that on-line casino, picking up that telephone to the bookmaker etc etc. By using hypnosis, where appropriate, we help you to feel more comfortable and confident within yourself, having stopped the gambling habit.
Gain self confidence
One of the advantages people report, having kicked the gambling habit, is that they gain more confidence, self-esteem, and self-worth. We find that this addiction often responds rapidly to this kind of approach.
How long does the treatment take?
The average number of hour-long sessions required for the treatment of gambling addiction is 2 – 4, though we often get positive and useful change from just one session.
Gambling Treatment Testimonial
Sam was most certainly a compulsive gambler, it took just one session with Steve Tromans to change this for good (often it takes more than one session)
Just to give you an update –
You did talk a lot of crazy stuff in our meeting I must admit but in all honesty I have now closed all of my gambling accounts and haven’t once even had the urge to gamble so I would just like to thank you for your help and time– I’m not saying I’m cured as it’s only been a few weeks but I certainly feel a lot more positive about life in general and certainly for the foreseeable future gambling is not on the radar.
And then fourteen months later I heard from Sam again
Gambling really isn’t an issue in my life anymore, and I have moved on from the problems now, had a go on the sweep stake at work for the grand national but that has been it. It seems the desire just isn’t there anymore.
Again thanks for you help