Hypnotherapy can help you
- If you could have nice healthy nails
- If you could just stop nail biting,
- How much better would you feel?
- Nail biting is a habit.
- Habits can be overcome.
- Hypnotherapy and NLP may well help.
Read success story »‘I just wanted to write and thank you for helping me to stop biting my nails. After biting them for 20+ years…’
Nail biting is straightforward and usually very easy to treatHypnotherapy has been proven to be one of the most straightforward and effective ways of getting people to stop simple compulsive behaviour such as Nail and/or Finger Biting. Nail biting is usually a life-long habit but the duration of the problem is irrelevant in terms of resolving it. Associated problems that also respond well to this kind of treatment include finger-picking and nail-tearing.
Stop nail biting. How are you going to get me to stop biting my nails?There are a huge range of techniques that can be used to stop nail biting. From the field of neuro-linguistic programming we utilise anchoring techniques and, quite often, something called the Swish Pattern. From the field of hypnotherapy we utilise very direct aversion techniques, combined with a range of approaches from indirect metaphor to direct command. It is very to the point, very direct and usually works.
How long is it going to take to stop my nail biting?Typically, by utilising the combined techniques of hypnotherapy and NLP, we expect that this will take just one session, though very occasionally it takes two sessions. Obviously it isnt 100% guaranteed but it is usually one of the easiest and quickest problems to resolve.
Nail Biting Treatment TestimonialHi Steve, I just wanted to write and thank you for helping me to stop biting my nails. After biting them for 20+ years, I appear to have been “cured”. Although I do believe that hypnosis works, I have to say that I was sceptical when I came into see you. As I bit my nails so badly I couldn’t believe that you could possibly stop me from biting them. I now have to eat some humble pie!!! When I left your office I was convinced that I would be biting them again by the end of the day – three weeks later and I still haven’t bitten them. So, thanks for helping me take that step towards beautiful nails – I’ll send you a photo when they’ve grown a bit more. Thanks again for your help, Regards,