Surrey Hypnosis for Alcohol Reduction​​​​


  • Are you drinking too much alcohol too often? 
  • Have you tried to cut down alcohol but find you can't?
  • Do you find it difficult to stop drinking once you've started? 
  • Are you looking to stopping drinking or alcohol reduction?

Alcohol reduction hypnotherapy for reducing alcohol or stopping drinking
More and more people are reaching for a glass of wine or beer at the end of a day to find that sense of quick release from the stresses of the day, to switch off from work, or as a reward. 

Over time the alcohol consumption just builds up into a habit. The habit becomes hard to break and then added to the problem are work pressures and stressors, or peer pressures from friends and work colleagues, or emotional / relationship issues.  

If you have an alcohol concern then hypnotherapy is a great way to take back control.  So whether you want to stop drinking alcohol altogether or you want to reduce your alcohol habit to a safe limit then hypnotherapy treatment can offer you the solution to change your drinking behaviour.

Each session is tailored to suit your requirements.

What Eve does is to help you break that cycle, and keep you going once you have begun to make the changes.  This can be done easier than you think.  To find new ways to change, call the Surrey Hypnosis Clinic.

Drinking alcohol is an ever increasing and popular activity.  Today's work pressure, peer pressure and emotional issues can easily lead to excessive drinking or to binge drinking behaviour.

Hypnotherapy can help you regain control of drinking alcohol, or help give up drinking altogether. 
You will know after the first session if it is working for you.  So to find out more, call Eve at the Surrey Hypnosis Clinic on 01737 842 683.  Or alternatively you can email.

"Thank you for helping me control and ultimately change my drinking habit.  The desire for a drink is not there and my new habit of not drinking is now the norm.  I am converted from a previous sceptic to a preacher of your work!" 

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Using hypnosis to help you
Hypnotherapist Eve Kelsey says
"My approach is to use my knowledge to get you to where you want to go quickly and safely. In most cases this is 3 appointments."

"Hypnotherapy can work quickly - I can have a heavy drinker who can make the changes after the second or even first appointment because they are ready to make that change."

At the first appointment: information about the client, the alcohol behaviour and any relevant emotional issues connected to drinking alcohol are discussed as well as the ultimate goal and the benefits to be gained from being in control again.  Then the first session of hypnosis is undertaken.  

Hypnosis is a trance state which you experience already many times during the day.   During the trance, the body is very relaxed and the mind is alert and active. You can move at any time to make yourself more comfortable, you can hear what is being said and you can open your eyes at any time if you should wish to.  

During the hypnotic state the subconscious (unconscious) part mind is more receptive and allows you to effect the change you desire. This is important because this is where the unwanted behaviours, unwanted habits, unwanted emotions, unwanted symptoms, unwanted beliefs are stored.

Hypnosis allows you to access this part of the mind to make the change you want.   At the subsequent appointments: feedback is obtained and discussed, the client is taught techniques to help overcome any stresses in their lives so that they don't take up another bad habit and hypnosis is used to re-enforced the changing behaviour.  

Each appointment is tailored so that it allows you to cope with whatever is going on in your life at the time.  
The sessions will also make you feel more comfortable and relaxed around alcohol and other drinkers, without the need to drink or to drink more.

Excessive drinking can be result of habitual behaviours.  Drinking can also be the result of psychological behaviours where alcohol is used as an anaesthetic to reduce emotional pain, to provide a release from stress or relationship problems or past trauma.  Usually someone who uses alcohol to cope with, or escape from, emotions or memories has developed drinking as a coping strategy. 

In either situation, hypnotherapy can bring about a rapid change in the ways you feel and behave by communicating with the part of your mind that controls the habits and the emotions. 

If you begin to feel that you can't function without having an alcoholic drink or you notice that a day doesn't go by without alcohol and you want to be rid of that dependency, then you can seek help through hypnosis and hypnotherapy.

To find new ways of coping or to help break the habit, call the Surrey Hypnosis Clinic. 

​Testimonials for alcohol reduction or stopping drinking

"For many years I have suffered from depression and stress, I had always used alcohol as a way to cope and escape when life became too much for me. Over the last four years my dependence on alcohol had increase and became a real problem that was affecting and threatening to destroy my life, my family and my work. I was stuck in a cycle of depression and felt the only cure or option was a drink to help me though. I decided that I no longer wanted to be ruled by alcohol and tried a number of ways to stop. I went to AA but found group therapy did not work for me, I also had one on one counselling for depression and I had CBT therapy but although the counselling and therapy worked initially for me, I soon slipped back into my cycle after a few weeks. I had heard about hypnosis being used for depression and relaxation decided that it could maybe help me to cure my cycle of depression and help to control my drinking."

     "I noticed an immediate change following my first appointment with Eve, although at times I still felt the need for a drink the urge not to have one became stronger and for the first time in a long time I felt more in control of my life and drinking. I suddenly had my life back and I started to enjoy life again, I also felt very relaxed and calm for weeks after my first appointment and knew that I had finally found a way to help me beat my addiction to alcohol in a way I had never thought possible before. I think the most amazing thing about my whole experience is I have not felt the need for a drink for many months now and I have not had any depression either. I would never had believed that life could be so good and I could be so happy and in control of my own life."

     "I enjoy life now, I have joint the gym and started to tackle many of the things in my life that were causing me pain and stress. My relationship with my children has improved and I feel closer to them now in a way I didn’t feel before. My relationship with my husband and parents which was at breaking point has improved, the trust has returned as well as the laughter and happy times we had before my depression and drinking took hold. I no longer need or want a drink and do not see a point in my life where I will. Four months ago I would never have believe any of this was possible I only saw alcohol and escape as the solution to everything that was causing me pain. I now see that alcohol was the real problem for me and now Hypnosis has released me for my addiction to alcohol I’m getting my life back and my family are getting me back."

Marie J, Thames Ditton

"Just a short note to thank you so much for helping me give up alcohol, you have changed my life, I could not have done it without your hypnotherapy or your support. 

My attitude and relationship has totally changed towards drinking, I can now sit in the pub with my husband whilst he's drinking and I'm enjoying my sparking water, really enjoying my sparkling water - not to mention it's taken years off my face and the wine 'belt' has gone - a huge bonus!  I'm nicer to be around and I've saved a fortune in taxis!

Thank you x"

"I contacted Eve via the internet around 3 months ago, due to a drink problem that I had.  With all the stress I had of running my own business I found that I was drinking most nights and excessive amounts, until I could not remember what I had done.

This would happen at weekends too, so I decided to seek help, before it ruined my life!
When I saw Eve for the first time, we agreed to have a number of sessions and to stop me from drinking for two months.  I thought if this can work I've cracked it and to my amazement! I have stopped drinking for over four months.  It changed my life.  I am healthier and a better Dad and husband.  This weekend I am doing a triathlon and I would not have stood a chance to do that sort of thing before."

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Facts about alcohol
The popularity of alcohol probably stems from its effects on the central nervous system that allows the drinker to become less inhibited.

It is also a muscle relaxant which explains the sense of relaxation that can accompany its consumption.

In small quantities it can affect judgment and concentration levels. 

In larger quantities it can affect speech, memory, co-ordination, judgment and can cause sedation. 

In extremely high quantities it can cause loss of normal bodily functions and overwhelming emotions.  Even loss of consciousness and death can occur as alcohol is effectively a poison. 

Being tipsy or drunk is the direct result of its toxic effect on the various parts of the body. 

Long term drinking can cause physical symptoms and illnesses such as:

  • hypertension
  • impotence
  • loss of libido
  • fertility reduction
  • cirrhosis of the liver to name but a few.

Know your limit
  • Men should not regularly drink more than three to four units of alcohol per day.
  • Women should not regularly drink more than two to three units of alcohol per day.

The unit limit is lower for women because women's bodies have less water and a higher ratio of fat than men, making women less able to dilute alcohol in the body.  Therefore women do not process alcohol as effectively. 

To help you, use the Unit Calculator or the Alcohol Calorie Calculator by entering the drink type and quantity to calculate the units and calories.
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E​ve Kelsey | Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist | Hypnosis Hypnotherapy for Alcohol Reduction, Stopping Drinking, Alcohol Addiction |  Surrey Hypnosis Clinic | 01737 842 683 | Tadworth | Surrey | Bordering Sussex and Kent | Member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis | Member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare​ Council | The Surrey Hypnosis Clinic is based on the boundaries of Surrey,  Sussex and Kent | Based in Tadworth, Surrey, the clinic is easily accessible from the GU, KT, SM postcodes and areas including: Dorking Tadworth Kingswood Reigate Redhill Caterham Ashtead Epsom Ewell Banstead Leatherhead Bookham Fetcham Cobham Downside West Byfleet Chessington West Molesey | All rights reserved​​