Tailor Made Testimonial!

I went to Kevin at his business Positive Change Hypnotherapy for the purpose of quitting smoking. I had been a non smoker for three years previous but had some how fallen back into smoking.

I was determined to quit and with Kevin’s expertise I did just that. The session was great. I was very relaxed and Kevin guided me through a deep hypnosis. When I emerged, I was delighted to be a non smoker once again. I felt no fear, urges or cravings at all and the little trick he gave me to enforce that was a great help. Very clever.

It’s been almost four months and I haven’t had a cigarette let alone thought about them. I have put on no additional weight and feel happy and more confident which is exactly what Kevin said would be the case.

The session with Kevin is very powerful and I would strongly recommend going to see him if you have any such issues with smoking, stress, weight loss. Your health is your greatest asset and with Kevin’s help you can make sure you stay healthy and free from disease.

Jason Walsh MIAPR, Founder, Galway Holistic Network


March 21, 2011

Season to be Jolly?

During these difficult times, and with Christmas fast approaching, there are many people suffering from undue Stress or Anxiety.

If you think any members of your family, friends or work colleagues could benefit from help in managing their STRESS, or whether they would like to quit smoking or have a boost in their confidence, ask them to give me a call for a no obligation chat.

086 7958015 – Kevin

Special Offer!

I am pleased to announce that from now until the end of October 2011 anybody that “LIKES” Positive Change Hypnotherapy on Facebook can avail of a €50.00 discount on their first session of Hypnotherapy.

Please “SHARE” on your page as one of your friends may like to avail of this limited offer to quit smoking, Build confidence manage stress etc.

(Booking required. Valid Mon-Fri only, subject to availability. Session lasts up to 2 hours and efficacy dependent on client commitment).

The Smokescreen that is Smoking…

So here I go… It was suggested that I start blogging on my website, and if like me you haven’t a clue what that entails you will understand my pain!

I researched different topics and quitting smoking was the area that I felt that I should focus on with my first Blog.

As an ex-smoker I have had many conversations about smoking and a fellow hypnotherapist once commented that smoking is literally a ‘smokescreen’ for something else going on in the smoker’s life.

I tried to take a different approach from the usual ‘tips to quit smoking’ blogs and decided instead to list the five main reasons why people continue to smoke. This is based on feedback provided by previous clients of mine.

1. Stress

2. Habit

3. Weight Control

4. Emotional Crutch

5. Loneliness

Because these reasons are so embedded into a “Smoker’s life” you can understand the hold that cigarettes would have over people and the fear generated if there was a threat of them being taken away.

However, when you analyse each of these reasons you begin to see how they do NOT do what the smoker actually thinks they are doing.

For example, the act of smoking a cigarette couldn’t possily relieve anybody of stress, but changing what is causing the stress or their outlook in general would.

As you move down the list you realise that habit is caused by something you do over time, therefore if you stop doing it for a while that too will become the habit.

Quitting smoking doesn’t cause you to put on weight, overeating does that. So as long as you don’t eat anymore than usual then that shouldn’t occur.

How could smoking a cigarette possibly provide emotional support? Clearly there this is an area of the smoker’s life that needs addressing and no amount of cigarettes would ever address that!

Similarly, if you need a cigarette to ease loneliness then you need to get out more! On a serious note, as with the emotional support there is an area of the smoker’s life that is failing for some reason and this needs to be addressed head on to remove the dependency.

…and not with the use of the smokescreen.