This Smoke Free You Stop Smoking Online Course has been specifically designed to help you to stop smoking from the comfort of your own home and in your own time. The course now makes it even easier to stop smoking using a blend of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and other psychological techniques. The online course features include:
A try-before-you-buy assessment to make sure that you are ready to quit! Our promise is that if we don't think you are ready, you will know before you buy!
Our bespoke hour-long Smoke Free You Hypno-psychotherapy intervention. It's identical to what you would receive in a face-to-face Smoke Free You session (£229), only you can repeat the procedure as many times as you need*, day or night, from the privacy of your own home.
A certificate of completion (with your quit date) to help you celebrate and maintain your progress for years to come.
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Peter Bryant BMus (Hons.), MSc
(Lond.), ADHP (NC), UKCP(accred.), CNHC.
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Peter Bryant is a UKCP accredited
clinical psychotherapist and academic psychologist specialising in hypnotherapy.
He currently works with several hypnotherapy practices
in the London area, including his company Catalyst Therapy. Peter holds a Bachelors
in Music from the University of Surrey, and an MSc in Psychology (Music, Mind and Brain) from Goldsmiths,
University of London. For his clinical training,
he completed a four-year post-graduate advanced diploma with the internationally
recognised National College of Hypnosis, Psychotherapy & Mindfulness. At
over 1800 hours, the UKCP Hypno-Psychotherapy qualification is the most
comprehensive and rigorous hypnotherapy course currently available in the UK. Peter
has worked with over five hundred private and referred clients per year since
In addition to his private
practice, Peter is a consultant for a number of companies and organisations
including Glotekk Healthcare (Medico-legal rehabilitation), Holistic Audio
(Therapeutic Music research applications) and MindBerry (a global online and
virtual therapy platform).
Peter has delivered talks on the
topic of Music and Hypnosis at several conferences (such as the European
Society of Hypnosis Congress in Manchester 2017) and has written studies
into Binaural Beats and Pain Perception, The Psychology of Musical
Illusions and the psychological links between Hypnosis and intense musical experiences alongside other
projects. For his research into Music and Hypnosis, Peter was delighted to
receive the J.P. Nobel award in July 2015 at the Annual National