I hope this section answers any questions you might have!

For quick reference my rates are £140 per session.

Simply fill in the contact form and I’ill be in touch shortly. Or email me at sarah@inlondonhypnotherapy,co.uk.
You can call or text me directly.

That depends on the issue. Cognitive Hypnotherapy is brief therapy.  On average between three and six.
Usually Friday mid afternoon/evenings after 4:00pm. Other nights are available with 2 weeks notice. Skype appointments as well.
I work from various comfortable therapy rooms at 45 Central Street, London, EC1V 8AB
In close proximity to Old Street and Barbican tube stations.
For Skype sessions I use a iMac or PC with a broadband connection and its incredibly reliable. You would need a webcam and microphone.
Email me sarah@inlondonhypnotherapy.co.uk to book a Skype session
My rates are £140 for each face to face session or £120 for Skype session
That depends upon the issue. Fortnightly is good.
Cancellations and full refunds are possible 8 days before the appointment date. If you have an appointment for a Friday you need to notify me the week before on the Thursday by 4pm. Any cancellations after this time will be subject to a 30% cancellation fee.
Cancellations can be done via email sarah@www.inlondonhypnotherapy.co.uk or calling or texting 07769 111711.
Therapy is a two way process,  so I need you to do some work as well.  I can’t guarantee that you will do the work, although I will give it my best effort to make this happen.  I question the validity of anyone offering 100% guarantees. Do however check out my success stories , as I have many satisfied clients. Cognitive Hypnotherapy has been shown in a recent clinical trial to be more effective than CBT
Our therapy sessions together are 100% confidential, unless I have serious concerns for your immediate safety or that of others. I am bound by a very rigorous Code of Ethics.
Being hypnotised or in a trance is actually a state that we enter into throughout the day. Have you ever driven somewhere not really noticing how time passed? Daydreaming is another example of how being hypnotised might feel. It’s a subjective experience and dependent on the work that we are doing. One common misconception is that you need to be in a deep trance state for hypnotherapy to be effective. Some of the work I do requires you to communicate with me and be awake.  Saying that some people are more susceptible to hypnosis than others, but I’m trained to accommodate and work with difference.
Yes completely, I won’t ask you to do anything illegal or dangerous. Sometimes, I may challenge you and this can create emotional responses, but there’s always a positive intention behind everything I do. That positive intention will be for you to get the change you are coming to see me for.