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Please read this in its entirety before calling.

First and foremost, your session is your time. We do not over book sessions to fill our day. We schedule all appointments to have adequate time for our client in the event that the session is going extremely well and requires a little more time to complete the session properly. We limit the number of appointments each day to give you the time and attention you deserve. You and your needs are our first and primary concern.

In regards to our fees, if your primary factor in choosing a hypnotist is cost, we are probably not right for you. In choosing a hypnotist this way, you are putting yourself last. You have said that investing in yourself is not really what you want or need. You have placed cost over and above our commitment to help you in the best way anyone can. You have put cost ahead of the personal attention your will receive in favor of cut rate price and service. No, we are probably not right for you. But if you want superior attention and service on helping you make change or in addressing whatever issues you are facing, then we are the right choice.

We realize the cost of hypnotherapy may at first seem costly. But if you look at the long term benefit, you will see how little it really is. Have you ever said, "I'd give anything to .........". If you want to lose weight, imagine how much better you will feel and not just for the moment, but for the long-term. If you stop smoking now, imagine how much money you will save in just one year. If you need to gain more confidence in your work, imagine how much you may advance and save, and maybe get the job you really want. In the long run, you will probably save money or even make more than you did before.

A client's needs will determine the number of sessions that will be used for each one's particular situation or problem. Some needs may require only one session, while others may require a few more. The first session can last anywhere from one to one hour and 15 minutes. After that, sessions will last about 50 minutes. Our Single Session Stop Smoking program is about an 1 hours long. For 90% of those who come to us for smoking, this is all they need.

What you will pay is based on why you are coming to us and the number of sessions you have. Obviously then it would be impossible to give and exact fee amount for your needs without talking to you. We respectfully ask you to call and discuss you need so we can better determine what you investment will be.

Out of respect for our time and your time, we have a one business day cancellation policy. On scheduling your first appointment, clients are asked to secure the appointment with a credit card number. This information is kept secured and offline. No show clients will be charged at their session rate. This includes first and subsequent sessions.

Payment is expected as services are rendered. We do not bill anyone, insurance or otherwise. However, we do accept most major credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover Card).

At your first session, you will be asked to provide some background information, such as medical history and medicines used. If you wear extended wear contact lenses, please remove them before coming or be prepared to take them out before the session begins.

Our promise to you is to give you the best service possible. If at anytime during the first 30 minutes of the first session, you wish to discontinue the session, tell us and we will stop. You will owe nothing for that time. Like most services given by professionals (doctors, lawyers, etc.), we cannot and do not guarantee results, therefore we do not give refunds.

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